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Surrey Adult Learning’s first Customer Service Practitioner apprentice achieved a distinction grade in her End Point Assessment in February 2019.
Surrey Adult Learning was delighted to successfully renew the matrix Standard, signifying a high quality of Information Advice and Guidance (IAG) given to learners .
It is important that we all take responsibility for reducing our reliance on single-use plastic, and Surrey Adult Learning has started to think about what we can do to reduce this in our centres.
Surrey Adult Learning has recently joined Instagram!
Celebrating Suki Lowres, a committed and highly regarded volunteer for Surrey Adult Learning.
Farewell interview with Paul Hoffman, retiring Surrey Adult Learning principal.
Would you like to know more about the Prevent Strategy, Safeguarding, Internet Safety or Domestic Abuse?
Firstly, I would like to send my heartfelt congratulations to all GCSE learners, not just for their impressive results, but for their dedication and perseverance – the same for their wonderful tutors, to whom I also send a huge thank you.
Passport to Wellbeing programme -free courses to help those experiencing or recovering from mild to moderate mental wellbeing difficulties
Learners on our courses specifically for those with learning disabilities and/or difficulties are now meeting the Supported Learning Curriculum Team for information, advice and guidance on the next steps in their learning.
Mrs. Henrietta Parker was a financially independent woman who lived in Molesey, in Elmbridge, Surrey.