Community Education

Swavesey Village College Community Education

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Community Education is a vital part of life at Swavesey Village College. Our experienced and welcoming team of staff would like to give you a flavour of what we offer in our Community Education Programme. Please telephone, email or drop in and meet the staff if you would like further information on any of the courses or facilities that we offer.

The programme for the Summer 15/16 term is, as ever, packed with great opportunities for those who want to enjoy an area of interest or activity. New courses this term include:
Walking Football, Zumba, Writing Stories for Children, Emotional Detox, Restoration of Old Photographs, Film Making Basics and Italian for Beginners.

We are also pleased to offer Saturday Workshops at Swavesey on the 23rd April & 14th May 2016 see the tab on the left for more details 

Please note that due to the amount of learners that enrol on our classes, we are not always able to contact everyone to confirm whether classes are running or not. We will however, always inform learners of cancellations. Therefore if you have not heard that your class is cancelled, it means it isn't. So come along to the college on the first evening of your class and staff will show you where to go.


Contact details

  Laura Baylis
Community Education Manager
01954 234488

Maria Malley 
Community Education Assistant
01954 234488

Sally Burton
Community Education Assistant
01954 234488

Address: Community Education, Swavesey Village College,
Gibraltar Lane, Swavesey, Cambs, CB24 4RS
Telephone: 01954 234488

Opening hours:
9.00am - 3.30pm Mon-Thursday. The office is usually closed on Fridays (before classes start)
9.00am - 3.30, also 6.30 - 9.00pm Mon, Wed, Thurs evenings (once classes re-start)

Map to the college

Autumn Term 2015
Term re-starts 3.9.15
Half term 26.10.15 - 4.11.15

Spring Term 2016
Term re-starts 6.1.16
Half term 15th - 19th February

Summer Term 2016
Term re-starts 11.4.16
Half term 30th May - 3rd June

We are fully committed to equalising opportunities and welcome enrolments from everyone, irrespective of age, background, gender or disability/support needs. We positively encourage all learners with any concerns about their ability to fully participate in their studies to discuss their needs with us in confidence.