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Are you in primary school or juniors? UP for Juniors is here to help you find out what it is like to go to university.

You can click the links at the top of the page or the buttons below to play games, do activities, download fun activity sheets, read our news and enter our competition.


UP for Juniors meets Tim Peake!


Find out more about the Principia Schools Conference hosted by the University of Portsmouth! Visit our Activities page to see more about Tim Peake.

New films on our Activities Page

We’ve been adding some new stuff to our activity pages especially for you! Check out our new films made by students at the University of Portsmouth including Baxter the Robot and Marine Biology. Plus our TV year anniversary TV show!

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Juniors turns ten

This year, we are celebrating because Juniors is ten years old!

We have been busy celebrating with a party and TV screening of our anniversary TV show made by Year 5 from Arundel Court Junior School, ARK Dickens Primary Academy, Gatcombe Park Primary School, Orchard Lea Junior School and Woodcroft Primary School.

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Do you have questions you would like to ask about university?

Would you like to find out more about our UP for Juniors’ Students?

Now you can on our Activity pages.

You can ask our students anything you would like to know and they will post an answer on the Interview a Student page.

There are lots of games on the UP for Juniors website for you to play. Click below to play.play games

We have online and downloadable things for you to do on our activities page. You can find out more about our UP for Juniors Students, play a crossword or do a wordsearch.


UP for Juniors is run by the University of Portsmouth (UP stands for University of Portsmouth). If you are aged 9-11 and live in or near Portsmouth you might have already met us in your school or at the University.

You might think that you would like to go to university. You might not be sure. You might not have thought about it. The UP for Juniors website is here to help you find out more.

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