Projects

First Campus, in collaboration with Eastern High School will be offering pupils who attend the Young Carers After School Club the opportunity to take part in activities in a range of subject areas led by tutors and students from Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Hay Festival Scribblers Tour and First Campus invite you to University of South Wales, Newport Campus to work with author and performer Steven Camden, also known as Polarbear, for a fun and informal day, to create a short piece of flash fiction for publication by University of South Wales.

This project for care experienced young people aims to build self-confidence among participants by giving the young people ownership of a creative project.

Join us on our 2 day residential course for young carers aged 14-18 at the Urdd center in Cardiff Bay. Our residential project will give carers a break from their caring duties and give them the opportunity to socialise with other carers and to consider their future options.

The project aims to build self-confidence among participants by giving the young people ownership of a creative project.

This Project gives the opportunity to schools who have taken part in the SHEP Programme (School Holiday Enrichment Programme) to take part in an additional family learning experience at St Fagans Museum, Cardiff.

First Campus have partnered with the Widening Access team at Cardiff Metropolitan University to offer courses as part of their successful Adult Summer School held during adult learners week in June 2020.