Adult and family learning in Kensington and Chelsea

We have a wide range of learning opportunities available for adults (aged 19+). We work with local education and community learning providers to deliver high quality learning for residents in local venues across the borough.

Our current partners are:

Action Disability Kensington and ChelseaADKC Centre
Whitstable House
Silchester Road
London
W10 6SB

Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea delivers courses for people with physical and/or sensory impairments.

The ClementJames Centre95 Sirdar Road
London
W11 4EQ

The ClementJames Centre delivers functional skills courses, an introduction to the digital world, and employment support information.

Hammersmith Community Gardens AssociationContact: Katie Shaw, Operations Manager

Hammersmith Community Gardens Association delivers courses focused on wellbeing including walking, cooking, gardening, nature illustration and family learning linked to horticulture.

Kensington and Chelsea CollegeKensington Centre
Wornington Road
London
W10 5QQ

Chelsea Centre
Hortensia Road
London
SW10 0QS

Kensington and Chelsea College delivers vocational courses providing a bridge into mainstream college provision. For example; ESOL and English provision leading to Levels 1 and 2 functional skills, returning to maths study and a wide range of creative arts courses.

Learning Curve Group

Learning Curve delivers a range of vocational courses including employability skills.

Nova New Opportunities2 Thorpe Close
W10 5XL

Nova New Opportunities delivers courses in: 

  • English
  • basic digital skills
  • office skills (ICT)
  • budgeting and managing money
  • skills in the community
  • family learning workshops centred around STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, arts and Mathmatics).

Open AgeSecond Half Centre
St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing
Exmoor Street
London
W10 6DX

New Horizons
Guinness Trust Estate
Cadogan Street
London
SW3 2PF

Open Age delivers course for people aged 50+: focusing on social interaction, wellbeing and maintenance delivering a range of courses to support digital skills development, art courses, creative writing, budgeting, current affairs and drama.

Westway Trust 1 Thorpe Close
London
W10 5XL

Westway Trust delivers courses for ESOL provision at a range of levels from pre-entry to Level 1 and getting to know your community.

Workers’ Educational Association (WEA)

WEA delivers courses to re-engage those who haven’t been in learning for a while: start your own business; health programmes and beginners ICT (search for courses delivered in Kensington and Chelsea).

Writerz and Scribez

An introduction to poetry courses for those with chaotic backgrounds.

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