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WEA rekindles the artist within student Jane Smith

WEA Student Jane Smith"My name is Jane Smith; I am 39 years old and married with 3 children. I am a full time carer at home for my middle child who has a severe learning disability and epilepsy. I‘d always been interested in art and originally joined the WEA at an art circle. It was nice to meet new people and share tips.

Ofsted says WEA improves “personal, social and employability skills”

Ofsted, the official regulator of standards in schools and colleges in England, has rated the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) “Good” in all areas of inspection.

The WEA is the UK’s largest provider of adult community learning, delivering “stimulating and interesting sessions” to a “broad cultural mix” of over 74,000 students.

Elderly WEA students take to the stage

A group of elderly African Caribbean WEA students have hit the media yet again by staging a play based on the Legend of Sammy, one of Jamaica's legendary characters who planted crops until it eventually led to his death. The elderly students who meet regularly at the Kings Heath Community Centre are learning about culture and creativity and this has been helping to increase the groups' mental and spiritual wellbeing.

WEA courses and learning circles help student become a children's story book writer and illustrator

Cindy FaulknerI would never have believed when I first started with the WEA that I would be writing, illustrating and publishing my own children’s story books. It all started back in 2007, I was a single mum unable to work due to arthritis, money was tight and my social life non existent. My friend Sue told me about the Tai Chi class she attended, which was run by The WEA at Lea Hall in Rugeley.

Tutor shares the gentle progression of an LDD student

Andrew lives with his parents who take care of his needs, he has done a number of courses with me over the past three years and after a short break has returned this year. He is in his thirties and has moderate learning difficulties. In his case this means that he has limited reading and writing skills but he can communicate verbally using short sentences.

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