Mrs. Henrietta Parker was a financially independent woman who lived in Molesey, in Elmbridge, Surrey.
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.
Surrey Adult Learning (SAL) is proud to be present in the local Community, offering a range of tailored courses that are designed to appeal to local residents and inspire people to take part in our activities.
‘’Very well done to everybody who has been involved. Another great Surrey service success story’’ —David Hodge, Leader of the Council
For anyone having even slight problems with their hearing it is incredibly useful to learn how to cope in a noisy hearing world.
was launched by the Government in January as part of a renewed drive against radicalisation and the dangers associated with extremism.
It's that time of year again when cold and flu viruses and diarrhoea and vomiting are more wide spread and can prevent you coming along to your course. There are a number of ways you can help yourself and your fellow Learners stay healthy at this time of year.
and we are very pleased to announce that the service had a very successful outcome.
A special Boxing Day lunch was organised with the partnership of Surrey Adult Learning Tutor, Dominique Hopgood and members of St Joseph’s Church in Guildford to spread the spirit of Christmas with the residents of Vaughan House in Guildford.
Below is some feedback from the parents about the impact that attending a Family Learning course has had on them, as the Learner and their children.
Passport to Wellbeing programme -free courses to help those experiencing or recovering from mild to moderate mental wellbeing difficulties
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.