Leaving a learning legacy for Croydon’s young people
Local schools and community groups have been invited to take part in Croydon Stands Tall, and will be designing their very own four-foot-tall giraffe sculptures while taking part in a borough-wide Learning Programme.
The sculpture gives an exceptional, creative opportunity to engage pupils in important topics – from environmental issues and the natural world, science, art and so much more.
After getting creative in the classroom, students will be able see their stunning giraffe masterpiece on the art trail, displayed in venues across Croydon for everyone to admire and enjoy.
After the trail, the giraffe is theirs to keep forever.
In addition to this, education packs have been created in conjunction with HSBC and LSBU, to allow for the project to be embedded into their curriculum.
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Coombe Wood SchoolRead More
Ridgeway Primary School & NurseryRead More
Old Palace of John Whitgift SchoolRead More
The Minster Junior SchoolRead More
St Mary’s Catholic High SchoolRead More
Girlguiding CroydonRead More
OA Shirley ParkRead More
OA RyelandsRead More
OA ArenaRead More
Kensington Avenue Primary SchoolRead More
Royal Russell SchoolRead More
St James the GreatRead More
Ark Oval Primary SchoolRead More
Coloma Convent Girls’ SchoolRead More
St Mary’s Catholic Infant SchoolRead More
Woodcote Primary SchoolRead More
Forestdale Primary SchoolRead More
Quest Primary SchoolRead More
Winterbourne Junior Girls SchoolRead More
St Chad’s Catholic Primary SchoolRead More
Harris Primary – Haling ParkRead More
Elmwood Junior SchoolRead More
Croydon High School GDSTRead More
Learning Programme Partners
Croydon Stands Tall’s unique, creative learning adventure for children and young people is being supported by HSBU and London South Bank University, the trail’s official Learning Programme Partners.
“At HSBC and London South Bank University, we are committed to working with our local schools, colleges, and community groups to bring about positive learning in a creative and imaginative way, leaving a legacy for the future in which the next generation can grow.”
Rumel Ahmed, Campus Director, LSBU
Kevin Dewick, Local Director, HSBC
Whether you’re an artist, school, community group or business there are lot’s of ways you can get involved with Croydon Stands Tall.
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