Hello from us all at Kensington Central Library! This month we’re busy with lots of events- so we wanted to tell you about a couple.
Drama Workshop with Chickenshed Kensington and Chelsea
Today we had a fantastic drama workshop for children with Chickenshed Kensington and Chelsea. Fifteen children had a fantastic time – they put together a fun-filled performance using dance, drama and music as well as learning about the 150 year anniversary of the London Underground.
After only a short-time the children felt confident to show their parents everything they’d learnt which was great to see! And we thought you’d like to hear what the children thought:
I enjoyed acting and performing to others.
I enjoyed learning the facts about the tube.
The acting was my favourite part.
I enjoyed all of the workshop and nothing could have been better!
I learned a lot of facts and dances.
I liked performing to the parents best.
I liked learning about the man who got a rat up his trouser leg!
Now – that sounds like a successful event!
To see what other events we have check out our What’s On page on our website. And there’s more information about Chickenshed on the Chickenshed Kensington and Chelsea webpage.
The Open University Information Event
On Monday 15 April, 11am to 6.30pm The Open University will be at Kensington Central Reference Library.
If you haven’t studied with The Open University before, or you have had a few years away from study, then this event is for you!
Come along to get answers to your questions about qualifications and modules, study methods and other aspects of learning with The Open University.
Just drop in on the day– no appointment necessary.
For more information about what they have to offer check out The Open University’s website.
If you cannot attend…
Did you know that we hold Career Advice sessions on a 1:1 basis every Monday at Kensington Central Library?
If you are aged 19+ you can book a session with the National Careers Service adviser.
To book an appointment please ask library staff or call 020 7361 3010.
There’s more information about how these advisors can help you on our Career Advice page on our website.
Tri-borough Reference Librarian
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