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Artscool is a school, college and university festival celebrating aspirations, achievement and creativity through the Arts. Since its re-launch in 2012, the festival has firmly established itself as a highlight in the school calendar for many, offering two weeks of high quality arts activity on MMU’s Cheshire campus.
MetMUnch is a student-led social enterprise which delivers sustainable, healthy and nutritious food information and education to Manchester Met students, staff and local communities. Led by Haleh Moravej, Senior Lecturer in Human Nutrition, it educates, informs and entertains through food, fun and positive energy. From an initial 25 members, MetMUnch has grown to 133 committed participants and is still growing!
Manchester Met’s environment team have been working with local children who have been exploring some of the Birley’s sustainability features. Working with the Widening Participation team through their schools outreach programme, alongside Primary Science academics from the Faculty of Education – fifteen Manchester Met students were recruited to deliver activities and act as ‘sustainability ambassadors.’
The Community Audit and Evaluation Centre (CAEC) have been working closely with FAV to deliver a series of projects aimed at supporting fathers and their families. The projects include helping community members with issues involving improving health, wellbeing, teamwork, mentoring and communication skills.
Local primary schools and Manchester Met’s Faculty of Education have joined together in a new learning hub to support pupils in the community. Six schools from Hulme, Moss Side and Fallowfield, have joined the Learning Hive Community and study with MMU students and teachers at the Birley campus.