Making Learning Work
Do you live in the Bristol area?
Have you struggled to access education in a way that suits you?
Our priority is building caring, supportive relationships with our students. We focus on discovering a way of learning that unlocks your potential. Our warm, welcoming team provides accessible education for everyone.
We will support you to achieve your learning goals.
We provide small, friendly English and Maths classes. Our supportive teachers help you build up your skills and confidence. You decide on your learning goals, only sitting exams if you choose to.
Yes has a vision of a city where everyone has the tools, confidence and self-belief to find and achieve their goals and take an active role in their communities.
To achieve this vision we will provide opportunities for young people and adults to develop their skills and make progress towards their personal learning goals.
Thank you ever so much for all your work with our son- this was the first positive experience he has had of classroom-based learning, and it has really set him up for success at college. We are both extremely grateful!
I wanted to personally say thanks for all the hard work you have put in so far for the English course. I really do appreciate the support and help you have provided me with.
News and success stories
We are pleased to announce that YES has received a grant to deliver a dyslexia support project for young people in Bristol. Following the success of the adult dyslexia support programme that YES has delivered for years the JJ Charitable Trust has awarded YES with a...
We are thrilled to share that our Essential Skills Coordinator, Chris Cox, has been awarded the Lord Mayor’s Medal for her work with the Youth Education Service. Chris has worked tirelessly with YES for many years, leading on the vast majority of our projects,...
Casho contacted YES because she wanted to feel more confident about maths, and work towards a qualification which would help her at work. Casho told us that she always felt like she couldn’t do maths, and so avoided it as much as possible. Casho started the Make...