CALM Children’s Summer Party June 2017
On June 24th 2017 the Centre for Attention, Learning and Memory (CALM) hosted a children’s summer party at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge (MRC CBU).
The children’s summer party was a celebration of the fantastic developmental research taking place in CALM and more widely at the MRC CBU. It was organised as a thank you to families for their past and future participation in our studies.
The party took place on a sunny day in June and involved face painting, a giant inflatable slide, garden games and an excellent show by entertainer Stevie Spud. The families enjoyed a buffet lunch and unlimited ice cream from Carlo’s Ices. Feedback from families included: “the children’s activities were thoroughly enjoyed”, “the food was yummy”, “it is great to meet the CALM team and see many familiar faces”, and “it has been really good to connect with other families”.
CALM Conferences and Workshops
CALM Conference 2017: Understanding and supporting mental health and learning in children: March 2017. Slides.
CALM Conference 2016: Understanding and supporting problems in emotion and learning in children: April 2016. Slides.
ESRC Seminar on Cognitive Training in Children: January 2016.
CALM Conference 2015: Understanding and helping children with problems in attention, learning and memory: June 2015. Slides.
Supporting children with working memory problems: March 2014. Slides.
CALM Conference 2014: Understanding and helping children with problems in attention, learning and memory: June 2014. Programme.
International Conference on Working Memory, Cambridge: July 2014. Programme.
Minding the gaps: The challenges of interdisciplinary developmental science: September 2014. Programme.
Understanding and exploring cognitive deficits following brain injury. February 2015. Programme.Group photo from the 2017 workshop: Understanding and supporting mental health and learning in children, CambridgeGroup photo from the International Conference on Working Memory 2014, Cambridge
Group photo from the 2016 workshop: Understanding and supporting problems in emotion and learning in children, Cambridge