We want all children and young people to develop a sense of belonging as a citizen of their capital city.

To get involved, we ask that anything you have experienced within Cardiff be recorded via the process below. You can write about it or send us in a picture.

You may have visited Cardiff Bay, your local leisure centre, walked with friends and family through Bute Park, you may have even attended a show or sporting event in one of Cardiff’s world class amenities - Let us know all about it!

Our map of Cardiff shows key locations in our city. These could be a starting point to explore the city centre.

Map of Cardiff

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COMPETITION TIME:

To get you started we are running a competition for those who use the map and visit these key locations.

Competition will run from October until April 1st 2024.

Prizes:

2 locations = Passport to the City goody bag x 15

5 locations = BBC Microbit kits x 10

7 locations = Surprise gift x 10

All locations = Lego Spike/Mindstorm coding box x 3

All entries via the form below will go into a prize draw on April 1st 2024.

 

 

'Diolch yn fawr, massive thank you for all your help.'

Cardiff Metropolitan
Reaching Wider

Just want to say a massive thank you for the opportunity this evening all our young people really enjoyed it and it was amazing to be able to introduce them to something they never thought they would be part of.

Rachel Barry
Senior Youth Worker

‘A HUGE thank you to Passport to the City for the Judgment Day tickets! Our families have had a brilliant day watching the Scarlets v Dragons game.’

Headteacher
Headteacher

'I am most impressed with how this programme is allowing for genuine pupil voice.'

Kim Fisher
Headteacher

'What a fantastic experience for our children. Helped bring the curriculum to life.'

Rachel Woodward
Headteacher

‘The sessions were incredible! The young people really engaged, absolutely loved it and came out of their comfort zone. It was something they have wanted to do for a long time and for that to be their first ever experience I think is wonderful.’

Sarah McCreadie
Digital Youth Worker