Learning Destinations are the places where children and young people take their Passports to Learning to gain credits for activities.
Add your name to the organisation’s register at each session as well as adding credits to your passport.
Their register tells us that you've taken part.
Without a register, we cannot award you with your credits, even if you have them in your Passport to Learning.
We can only track the credits of Sheffield school pupils (or home-educated children living within a Sheffield ward).
How and when you will receive your passports, credits and certificates.
Here's a list of all Learning Destinations registered with us. We add new organisations to the list all the time.
Many Learning Destinations provide activities in more than one subject. See their website or contact them for more details.
The Old School Café (High Green Development Trust): Weekly cooking club for children aged 4-13. Plan, cook and eat amazing meals... then take some home! Phone: 07535 905054.
Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet: Catch a glimpse of life at home and at work at a rural scythe and steelworks dating back to the 18th century.
Graves Gallery: Visit the home of Sheffield’s visual art collection since 1934.
Imagination Gaming: Using modern board and card games to engage and educate.
Kelham Island Industrial Museum: Explore the sights and sounds of industrial Sheffield.
Lego Innovation Studio: Workshops on the use of LEGO® kits such as Wedo and Mindstorms for children and adults.
Libraries: Various fun activities happening throughout libraries across Sheffield – please contact your local library for more details.
Manor Lodge: Whether it’s to discover the amazing story of Mary Queen of Scots’ imprisonment, or how Sheffield could have become the Potteries rather than the Steel City, come along and have fun discovering your great Sheffield Story.
Millennium Galleries: Delve deeper into Museums Sheffield's fascinating collections through the packed programme of activities and free family trails.
National Emergency Services Museum: Feel as if you're in the thick of the action and adventure!
Sheffield Cathedral Heritage Activities: A range of fantastic activities to help you explore the history of Sheffield and our fabulous Cathedral.
Weston Park Museum: Delve deeper into Museums Sheffield's fascinating collections through the packed programme of activities and free family trails.
ACEG: Creative workshops for children of all ages.
Broomhill Music: Group musical activities for children aged 4 and over.
Concord Allstars Junior Marching Band: Music reading, learning to play instruments, and performance skills.
Concord Youth Music: Musical instrument playing, dance and performance.
Harmony Music School: 1 to 1 tuition in a range of instruments and singing.
Humm Music Productions: Music classes in small groups for children aged 5+, in guitar, piano, saxophone, drums and children’s choir and more!
Peter Burt Music Tuition: Piano and guitar lessons for children of all ages and abilities. Telephone 07906 826833.
Sheffield Cathedral Choir: Singing tuition for girls and boys aged 6-18 years, and membership of the Cathedral’s choirs.
Sheffield Music Hub (formerly Sheffield Music Service) – Ensembles: Earn credits while learning to play your instrument as part of one of the many ensembles across Sheffield!
Adventures Are Us: Multi-activity adventure learning from rock climbing and zip wires, to orienteering, high ropes and abseiling.
Awesome Walls (Sheffield): AWCC Sheffield has a cutting edge climbing wall design that factors in climbing for all walks (climbs!) of life. Whether it's your first visit or you're at competition standard we'll have something for you.
Climbing Works: World's biggest and best indoor bouldering wall.
Creative Explorer: Arts and crafts, storytelling and woodland play.
Foundry Climbing Centre: Indoor climbing activities and clubs for children aged 7 to 18 years.
Heeley City Farm: A friendly farm and environmental visitor centre with lots of activities taking place. Only structured activities such as events and trails will earn CU credits, rather than simply visiting the farm.
Longshaw Estate (National Trust): Outdoor activities such as play trails and hunts, orienteering, Forest School-type activities, climbing, abseiling, environmental and conservation talks and events. Please note only structured activities will earn CU credits.
Manor Oaks Farm: Every day there’s something to see or do for young children. Drop into the farm shop or Discovery Centre to check out what’s on today and where you can spot Big Lad our friendly Clydesdale and his animal friends.
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust: Environmental education, sustainable and healthy living. Located at local parks, green spaces and nature reserves across Sheffield and Rotherham.
Sheffield Botanical Gardens: 2 terrific trails and a Scavenger Hunt! Available from The Little Nature Shop at the Clarkehouse entrance.
Sheffield Young Archaeologists Club: Monthly archaeology events at different venues. Telephone 0114 2325497.
Whirlow Hall Farm: Learn all about life on the farm on their farm tours, activities and open days (structured activity only).
University of Sheffield: Science and health-related activities across the city, including tours, workshops, lab sessions and mentoring.
University of Sheffield – Faculties of Science & Engineering: Fun, open-access activities for all ages, themed around science and engineering.
Stocksbridge Community Leisure Centre Swimming Lessons: Lessons for children aged 5+.
*only the structured elements of these activities are eligible for CU credits
Little Sheffield: varied range of activities for younger children (CU eligible from school-age).
48th St James (Norton) Rainbows: Guiding activities for girls aged 5 to 7 years. Address: Chantrey Centre, Matthews Lane, Sheffield, S8 8JS. Telephone 07834 859333.
102nd Sheffield (Gleadless) Brownies and Guides: Fun, challenging and adventurous activities for girls aged 7-14 years. Address: Townend Dance Studio, Briarfield Road, S12 3LD. Telephone 07722 743383.129th Sheffield Rainbows: Activities, craft and games to challenge girls to grow in confidence and develop emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually.
48th St James (Norton) Rainbows: A group for girls aged 5-7 years to develop social skills, craft skills, singing and games. Meets at Chantrey Centre, Matthews Lane, Sheffield S8. Contact: 0114 2740293
48th St James (Norton) Brownies and Guides: A group for girls aged 7-10+ developing various skills such as first aid, fire safety, disability awareness, etc. Meets at Chantrey Centre, Matthews Lane, Sheffield, S8. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org (St Peter’s) Greenhill Brownies: Fun activities for girls aged 7-10 years, based around three adventures: You, Community, World. Email Claire_172@yahoo.co.uk.
183rd Sheffield Brownies: Badges, games and exciting adventurous activities. St Gabriel’s Church Hall, Dobbin Hill, Sheffield, S11 7JB. Email: email@example.com
186th Sheffield Rainbows, Brownies and Guides: Exciting activities covering a huge range of skills for girls of all ages. Address St Catherine’s RC Primary School, Firshill Crescent, Sheffield, S4 7BX. Telephone 07863 890144.192nd Brownies: A group for girls aged 7-10 years to build friendships, have fun and learn new skills. Location: St Saviour's Church Hall, Mortomley Lane, High Green, S35 3HU. Telephone 07988 075832.
192nd Sheffield Guides: A group for girls aged 10-14 years, to develop new and existing skills, build new friendships, learn more about themselves and the world in which they live. Location: St Saviour’s Church, Mortomley Lane, High Green. Telephone 07743 337633.
10th Parson Cross Beavers, Cubs and Scouts: A diverse programme of activities for both boys and girls. Telephone 07954 782544.
25th Sheffield (Ecclesfield) Scout Group: A varied range of activities all based on Scouting’s fundamental policies, methods and rules. Address: The Scout Hut, Off Yew Lane, Ecclesfield, Sheffield, S35. Telephone 0114 2461752.
35th Sheffield (St Oswald’s, Nether Edge) Scouts: Beavers and Scouts groups for 6 to 15 year olds.
74th Oak Street (Heeley) Scout Group: Beavers, Cubs and Scouts activities for boys and girls.
82nd (Chapeltown) Scout Group: A varied and balanced programme of activities and events.
150th Sheffield Scout Group (Wadsley Church): Fun, challenging and adventurous activities for boys and girls aged 6 to 18 years.
183rd Sheffield (Hillsborough Trinity) Beavers, Cubs and Scouts: exciting activities and badge work for children aged 6 to 14 years. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
230th Sheffield (Gleadless) Scout Group: A varied and balanced programme of activities and events. Telephone 07790 615076 or 0114 2207408.
267th Dore Beavers (Wednesday night): Wide range of fun activities, visits and badge work.
If you visit a Learning Destination beyond Sheffield, you must fill in and return a Diary Sheet so we can award your credits.
The golden rules of passports, credits and certificates.
There are details of the tasks involved and number of credits available.
You will need to send us the evidence of your work, and a Diary Sheet so we can award your credits.
Evidence might include a photo, posters, completed quiz sheets, etc. Without suitable evidence, we will not be able to award the credits.
If you’re not sure, please contact us.