Tagged: community education

Community Education: who does what?

Still time to respond to Education Scotland survey … Over 200 organisations, large and small, have now responded to the national survey of who does community learning and development in Scotland. In response to...

Grown-up debate: meeting to discuss cuts to adult education classes

Campaigners have organised a public meeting to oppose cuts to adult education classes at Craigoyston Community High School. Adult education has always been a key element of life at the local high school – indeed,...

Education Scotland: CLD survey now open

Working with Scotland’s communities is a national study to find out more about the diverse range of paid workers and volunteers that provide community learning and development (CLD) across Scotland. The online survey aimed at...

New Year, new skills for free?

Make learning new computer skills at Royston Wardieburn Community Centre your New Year resolution! FREE Computer Classes (Beginner Level)  Learn a new skill in the New Year  Tuesdays 10 – 12 (from 13 January) Thursdays...

Community classes starting soon at Craigroyston

Community classes starting soon at Craigroyston

New classes starting at Craigroyston We have some free classes aimed primarily at local people in our community at Craigroyston: Cook your tea Sometimes the hardest thing about cooking is deciding what to make!...

Craigroyston’s adult education programme launched

Craigroyston’s adult education programme launched

Craigroyston Community High School Adult Education Programme September 2014 Term starts w/c 22 September 2014 for 10-week term and enrolments will start from 6 August (see below for programme). People can enrol in person...