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               Community Learning


Throughout Middlesbrough a wide range of learning opportunities are available in many locations, including local community and learning centres, libraries. We work in partnership with a whole host of partners offering a varied and exciting offer to people interested in learning something new.

Learning is about giving everybody the chance to continue learning, whether for formal qualifications, to develop a personal interest or hobby, to learn new skills, to brush up on old skills, or just for fun.

There are so many learning opportunities available to you - you really can learn throughout your whole life here in Middlesbrough so come on and be part of it!

We Offer

Support for Schools

If you would like to engage parents we offer an exciting range of family learning courses to support parents to support learning.
Supporting community groups, clubs and societies.
We can offer a wide range of courses to support your members.
These could be safety in the home, affordable warmth, managing debt healthy eating, ICT and much more.

Health and Wellbeing

MCL along with 57 local authorities in England, are testing out whether short, part-time community learning courses help people develop strategies to manage their mild to moderate mental health problems (like stress, worry, anxiety, and depression).
This research project is funded through the £20 million Department for Education (DfE) initiative announced in the 2014 Autumn Statement.
We will be working in Partnership with Nunthorpe learning and leisure to deliver short courses which will be free for anyone wanting to take part in the project. To find out more click link below or contact Claire Kemp

Partneship Opportunities

We have funding available for organisations to support the delivering of local priorities within Middlesbrough.

Here are just a few of the partners we are currently working with.   if you want to Be Part of it contact Claire Kemp.

Through strong partnership, effective collaboration and a well-structured review of local and regional priorities, Middlesbrough Council have constructed a flexible curriculum that meets the needs and interests of local communities and individuals extremely well.     OFSTED 2016