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Advisory Centre for Education logo

Gives free independent advice to families on all aspects of state-funded education.

Hampshire Education and Learning logo

Everything you need to know about Hampshire's Schools and Colleges.

Hotcourses logo

Hotcourses is the UK's largest database of educational opportunities.

The Prince's Foundation for Children & The Arts logo

The Prince’s Foundation for Children & the Arts is an educational charity committed to helping children experience the arts in a high quality and sustained way. The website includes a section on Events for Children.

Directgov  logo

School and Sure Start Children's Centre finder.

vision2learn logo

Free online courses to gain skills and achieve qualifications.

Ofsted logo

Ofsted inspect and regulate schools, children and families services, adult learning and skills, and early years and childcare.

Family Learning in Rushmoor logo

Family learning provides an opportunity for family members to learn together. The programmes aim to develop the skills or knowledge of the adult and the child, and to help adults to be more active and confident in supporting their children’s learning and development and to understand why that is important.

Family learning is used to engage families by providing a positive shared learning experience and is used as the opportunity to initially engage parents with low literacy or numeracy skills. Programmes can focus on a particular theme or activity such as arts and crafts, family games, healthy eating or understanding behaviour. These may initially be a short workshop leading onto a longer 10 hour programme with the ultimate aim of progressing adults onto longer literacy and numeracy based courses that improve their ability to help their children. Hampshire Learning’s tutor team can deliver courses that are free to families and fully funded.

If you are interested in finding out more please contact Julia Gahagan.

Enham provides opportunities for young people between 16 and 18 years old, specifically those who are not engaged in education, training or employment. Their courses are tailored to meet individual needs thus creating the opportunity to gain extra qualifications, improve grades and develop skills that will help secure permanent employment, apprenticeships or college placements.

For more information please contact Sarah Wills by email or phone.

Learndirect logo

Learndirect courses and centres, and advice on careers and learning.

Hampshire Learning logo

Hampshire Learning provides a wide range of learning opportunities for the people of Hampshire, working in partnership with schools, children's centres, community and voluntary organisations.

Open University logo

The website of the Open University.

Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Services (EMTAS) logo

EMTAS is part of Children's Services within Hampshire County Council. Their service supports schools and families across Hampshire in raising ethnic minority achievement, through bilingual assistance, projects, training, family learning and advisory support.

Their educational classes for ethnic groups include Family Language Literacy, Keeping Up With The Children and Language for ICT.

National Curriculum logo

Information on curriculum requirements for state schools. The state sector comprises maintained schools, academies and Free Schools.

West London Training (WLT) logo

WLT provide free Foundation C and G Level 1 plumbing and electrical courses for 16 - 18 year olds at their base in Aldershot.

Future First Networks is designed to help state schools build and manage an alumni community easily and inexpensively. Their aim is to bring alumni networks to every state school in England within three years. A Future First Networks database allows you to track your alumni, send out regular updates by text or email and ask them to come back to the school to provide careers talks, mentor a current student, fundraise, act as a school governor or volunteer in other ways.

Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme logo

The Duke of Edinburgh’s (D of E) is a voluntary scheme for those aged 14-25 years and is a personal development programme for young people that allows them to undertake various activities within the four sections of volunteering, personal skills, physical activities and the expedition. This is a fun and enjoyable way to try out new exciting activities, develop your skills, meet new friends and also get a recognised award for your efforts. There are three levels of the award, Bronze, Silver and Gold, with each demanding more commitment at each level. To find out more about doing your D of E visit the website.

Training courses are available on healthy eating, life skills and cookery for adults with any learning difficulties. The courses are based at Bells Piece in Farnham. The basic courses are held 1 day a week for up to 8 weeks. Tailor made courses can also be run for groups, schools and clubs as well as individuals. Courses are run on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and half day courses on a Thursday. The cost is £25 a day with all refreshments included. Work books are provided and national CIEH food hygiene 1 and 2 standard qualifications are also offered. For more details contact Susie Thornely.

Hampshire Futures logo

Hampshire Futures offer courses for 19 to 24 year olds where you can gain qualifications. These are free to those on benefit. They are skilled in dealing with learning disabilities or young people who may not have finished education or gone onto college.

The courses include English and maths up to Level 2; childcare to Level 1; business administration to introduce learners to the skills required for the workplace; book keeping including basic manual book keeping skills, invoicing and balancing accounts to Level 1; hospitality and catering including basic food preparation, health and safety awareness and an introduction to working in the hospitality industry to Level 1; and Level 1 or 2 in IT user skills including Word, processing, using email and IT communications.

The courses are held in Aldershot. For more information please email or call Hazel Prior, Employer Advisor at Aldershot Jobcentre Plus.

African Activities offer a range of workshops including African drumming, African dance, African art, junk modelling, junk band, call and response song, storytelling, textiles and whole school assemblies.

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