The ceremonies took place at the majestic St Elphin’s Church in Warrington over the evenings of the 27th – 29th June.
The graduation ceremony saw the young learners involved in the programme receive their diplomas in front of a crowd of peers and relatives, whilst dressed in full graduation gown and mortar board.
Students were congratulated and received their awards from senior representatives of the University of Chester and guest speakers.
The ceremony was attended by various schools throughout the Warrington Borough and was hosted by Laura Grimsby, head of the Children’s University, Warrington.
Closing remarks and congratulations were given to the 2016 graduates by Neil Kelly, Foundation Director of the Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation.
Learners were then able to have graduation photos taken around the church with their peers, relatives and the legendary Warrington Wolves mascot, Wolfie!
The Children’s University provides a unique programme of innovative and exciting learning experiences to young learners aged 5-14. Learners gain credits via a passport scheme for the various learning activities that they undertake.
The Children’s University in Warrington is delivered via the Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation, of which The Education Network is a proud patron.
To find out more about the Children’s University, and the Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation: