Denise Jaques, Surrey Adult Learning Tutor, studied textile design at St Martin’s and colour theory was an important aspect of the course.
Learner Sally Doughty was among the Learners who successfully passed GCSE English during the academic year 2015-16.
Gemma O'Donovan currently works for a local pharmaceutical company and decided it was time to put her mind to it and attempt to achieve her GCSE in English after failing four times in previous attempts. She was understandably apprehensive, but was determined to give it a go.
Learner Rachael Targett was a guest at the Surrey Adult Learning (SAL) GCSE Awards Ceremony, held at the Woking Centre on the 25 November 2016. She is a busy mum and is a qualified nanny who also worked in the probation service.
On 21 October 2016 Surrey Adult Learning (SAL) celebrated with thirty-two of its Learners on the Supported Learning programme for adults with learning difficulties and/or disabilities who had achieved a nationally recognised qualification with us in July last year.
Learner Rachel Nicholson has studied Creative Writing for over two years at the Guildford Centre and recently secured a scholarship to study a Masters Degree in Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes University with the support and encouragement of her Tutor, Guy de Ferrer.
Learner Mrs Tara Gurung had the determination to learn, improve and enjoy with Surrey Adult Learning, gaining a GCSE Maths qualification, following her involvement with the Surrey Adult Learning’s Family Learning Team.
Surrey Adult Learning is delighted to announce a 100% pass rate in its 2016 GCSE English & Maths results.
The Supported Learning Award Ceremony took place on Friday 16 October. Learners, along with their friends and family were with us at the Woking Centre to celebrate this very special occasion as the Principal, Paul Hoffman, presented the awards. Staff joined us as well to share our pride in their achievements and to congratulate them.