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Pupils from Camden primary and secondary schools presented their findings and ideas around key topics to a panel of senior Camden Council representatives as part of the annual Takeover Challenge, held 'virtually' online this year. The children, ranging from Year 5 to Year 9, put forward their views on mental health, food poverty, cyber bullying, online safety and racial equality, as well...

Camden Sports and Physical Activity Team have put together a list of 'virtual' online physical activities to help children and young people stay happy and healthy through this lockdown. Some of the best activities can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. While youth centres are closed for face-to-face group sessions during lockdown, the Council's three main youth hubs are offering...

Children and young people can keep active and get creative with free half-term activities, run within public health guidelines. Online and face-to-face creative courses for 13 to 19 year olds who live or study in Camden are being run by Camden Summer University. To find out more and book your places, visit the CSU website  Girls Get Moving is back at Talacre Sports Centre, in Kentish...

To celebrate and educate during Black History Month, this year Camden Summer University is hosting a select range of creative courses for young people in Camden. Some courses will be online and some in classrooms, with limited spaces available to book now. If you are interested, please call 020 7974 7263 or email kathleen.blake-pink@camden.gov.uk All bookings will be made through the...

As part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week (10 to 17 October), Camden Council has launched a creative competition for children and young people. Children and young people who live or study in Camden are being invited to enter prose, poetry or artwork in two age categories: ages 5 to 11 and ages 12 to 21. The winners will have their work published in our libraries and will receive a...