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Youth Education Service in Moreton-in-Marsh
Why is YES working in Moreton-in- Marsh?
In 1993 YES attracted the attention of a charitable trust based in Blockley, Gloucestershire. Since then the Barry and Peggy High Foundation has funded some of our work in Bristol and is keen that this is replicated in the Moreton-in-Marsh area.
In 2005 we researched the need for Literacy/Numeracy basic skills provision in Moreton-in-Marsh. Since then we have been funded to deliver such provision by both the Barry and Peggy High Foundation, Summerfield Charitable Trust, Charles Irving Trust, Barnwood Trust and Dulverton Trust. We work in partnership with other local deliverers of adult education through the Cotswolds Consortium and are hoping to find a means of sustaining this work in the future.
Who is it for?
Adults and young people who want to develop their essential skills in literacy and/or numeracy skills.
YES provides an informal learning environment for students who want to develop their English and/or Maths skills.
What qualifications are available?
Students can work towards Functional Skills qualifications in English and Maths. These are at five levels so there should be one to suit most people.
We are currently running groups at:
• Moreton-in-Marsh Public Library, Stow Road, GL56 0DR
How much does it cost?
Nothing! It’s free to you at the moment because we are receiving funding from the Barry and Peggy High Foundation.
How do I find out more?
Contact Chris at YES: 0117 9739744
or Sally: 07988 531 774
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Education Service