Welcome to adult community learning for those 19 and over with learning difficulties, disabilities, or the need for additional support. You will be taught by an excited, dedicated team of Teachers and Learning Assistants who care deeply about you, your time with us and your learning.
Learn about the natural world and ways in which to protect it. You will learn what can be recycled and reused to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. By upcycling you are actually taking positive steps to impacting the environment for the better.
What will I be doing on this course?
In this creative workshop you will be able to recycle everyday objects into something new and useful. You will build skills in team work, fine motor skills, literacy and numeracy by learning different craft techniques. You will be using IT skills to research ideas for upcycling projects and have class discussions on the choices of projects.
What should I be able to do by the end?
You will have created beautiful items to use at home or college and share your ideas with others. You will understand the benefits of being creative to recycle objects and be able to tell someone why it is important to look after the environment.
You will be assessed through out the year with the opportunity to set your own personal goals to enable your progression personally and through the subject
These courses are unaccredited, but you will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the year.
You can continue with in community learning, trying a different subject or could progress onto other opportunities. Your teacher will be able to support you with your personal goals.
The cost fee is per year (30 weeks), this includes all equipment/ ingredients needed.
Class sizes are typically small, generally no bigger than 10. Each class has one teacher and one learning assistant. You can attend independently or with a carer if required.
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