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Alison's story  I would encourage anyone else who is missing an essential qualification, as I was, to enrol with Adult Education Wolverhampton by Alison Jones A mum was inspired to go back into the classroom by her children – and finally passed her GCSE maths almost 25 years after first trying. Alison Jones wanted to retrain as a teaching assi...
Mary's story I often recommend Adult Education to my neighbours, friends and colleagues. by Mary Murphy My name is Mary Murphy, I came to Adult Education Wolverhampton in September 2017 to study Functional Skills Maths at Level 2. Prior to starting my Maths qualification I was a disillusioned teacher working in secondary education. I loved teaching...
Baljeet's story  Adult Education has given me the opportunity to grow and expand my capabilities by Baljeet Bhogal My name is Baljeet Bhogal I am a student on Life Skills classes. I have attended classes at Adult Education for a number of years, and can honestly say that learning has helped me a great deal with my social and practical skills. ...
Casey's story  I am living proof that with hard work, support and determination you can reach your goals by Casey Gavin I joined Adult Education Wolverhampton in 2017 to begin my learning journey.Recommended by my social worker (who had also started her journey at Adult Education) I joined the Access to Higher Education course in Social Scienc...
Kashina's story Without the Access to Nursing course, the highly qualified and supportive teachers and the support I had with childcare, none of this would have been possible. by Kashina Summan   My name is Kashina Summan I am a product of a great education that started at Adult Education Wolverhampton in 2012. After leaving school I went on t...
Rosemary's story I used to have really low self-esteem, now I have a sense of self-worth. by Rosemary Heather Davies I decided to continue with my education after I left school because I wasn't happy with the low grades I achieved. While I was at school I was told that I would never achieve anything higher than a D grade. I wanted to prove that I c...
Marie's story  Education has changed my life! by Marie Smith As a young child I was abused both physically and sexually; this affected my behaviour and I did not take my education seriously. I left school at an early age before taking any of my GCSE's. I later went through more physical abuse when I got married. I had 2 children and brought th...
Hai's story  I would highly recommend Adult Education. by Hai Yan He I first came to the UK in 2013 and found it really difficult to settle into my new life. Having limited English made it difficult to communicate outside of my own family and close friends. In 2016 I came to Adult Education to learn English. I wanted to be independent and lear...
Mohammed's story I am currently studying British Sign Language (BSL) Level 2. As a child I was hard of hearing and wore hearing aids and my best friend was deaf, so using BSL was the natural choice of communication. My former teacher recommended Adult Education to gain a BSL qualification. I started Level 1 in September 2015 and have now progressed...
I first came to Adult Education in the mid 1980's and attended woodwork classes. At the time I was working full time in the printing industry. In 2012 I had a nervous breakdown and for the next four years suffered with mental health. As my health improved so did my determination to start again and get my life back on track. In 2016 I returned to Ad...
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