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ADVERTORIAL KidZania London: For lessons you can’t’t teach


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t KidZania London, we believe in letting aspirations and inspiration soar through experiential, hands-on learning.With a wide range of activities and careers to explore across the indoor city, children aged 4 to 14 can work, earn and play in a safe and inclusive environment. Located inWestfield London, Shepherd’s Bush pupils will step into entertainment and l


earning as the art of role-play their very own city. Blending


becomes the focus of their visit. Real life brands includingMission Deli, Pokémon, British Airways and PDSA offer experiences in real-life job roles to encourage earning or spending of kidZos – the city’s currency, all whilst having fun!


Children can engage with a range of cross-


curricular activities designed as if they were real- life jobs, all of which are created with KS1-3 national curriculum in mind. For example, pupils will learn about the organs of the human body and how they keep our bodies healthy in our city hospital, before attending to an emergency call as a paramedic and administering first aid to those that may need it! Or if that doesn’t take their fancy, kids can instead utilise their speaking and listening skills by learning what it takes to be a news presenter in the Al Jazeera TV Studio, all whilst performing in front of a green screen to their teachers in the viewing gallery!


With the kids free to explore the city and choose their own activities, a visit to KidZania


encourages independent thinking, collaboration and entrepreneurship as well as financial literacy. It also inspires creativity, self-awareness and helps to develop knowledge of a city economy. Encouraging children to partake in all activities is part of KidZania’s ethos and brings career-based learning to all children regardless of their age, gender or background. It also allows teachers to tick off Gatsby Benchmarks, and invest in developing enthusiasm for the world of work. Throughout the year, KidZania holds a series of events that demonstrates how learning can be applied to real-life. Upcoming events in 2020 includeMaths Celebration from the 20th April – 1stMay,Mental Health AwarenessWeek - 18th – 23rdMay - and STEMMonth (throughout June). Kids can enjoy worksheet trails around the city and take part in exclusive activities including pop - up partners such as London Air Ambulance Charity, PDSA, Happy Teeth and Your Grey Matters.


As well as all of this, teachers can be certain that their educational visit to KidZania London offers not only a unique experience but a safe one. RFID security bracelets are issued to all pupils


withWestfield Lond As well as robust ris children can’t leave visiting the city and


lunches can also be are manned and all


mind. KidZania London


k assessments in co-ordination the city without their group. are linked to adults so that


on, all entry and exit points staff are DBS checked. On-site


is open for school visits during arranged for true peace of


term time with prices starting from £10 per pupil and includes a 4-hour experience in the city, plus free teacher tickets, resources and planning trips.


To book your next school tripwith us or to find outmore, visit KidZania.co.uk/education or co


co contact us at schools@kidzania.co.uk @KidZaniaLondon www.faww facebook.com/KidZaniaLondon


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