Lisanne wrote about the Grand Opening of YES in Hide Market: On the 9th September YES had their opening day party. They were celebrating the move to Old Market in the centre of Bristol. The new building is spacious and nice. Chris and Jo organised a party and Ruth made a delicious madeira cake. A thereContinue reading “Grand Opening”
Dyslexia course flyer all dates 17-18
and we have unpacked 68 boxes!
On Monday it was the end of another successful Dyslexic Support course. It’s always sad when these courses come to an end but we’re sure the students will go on to do all sorts of exciting things.
Thursday evening students hard at work with a map of the Old Market area. We will be moving there soon!
Here’s Mark on his way to completing the 10K for YES funds. He was in a hurry to get back in time for the Bristol City game! Well done and thanks Mark.
Mark is running the Bristol 10K on Sunday for YES funds. You can sponsor him through his Justgiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Mark-Filer7
There were lots of smiles when Tom, one of the YES Trustees, came to present certificates to some of the adult students at YES. Well done to everyone!
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, courses, and overall administration. She has developed YES into the organisation it isContinue reading “Award from the Lord Mayor of Bristol”
In an interview for EPALE (Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe), Alberto Melo describes the importance of recognising and validating students’ skills. Watch the video here, or see our transcription below. The secret for motivation to further learning is for people to acquire another level of self-trust in their own skills, capacities. They haveContinue reading “Believing they can: Albert Melo on the secret to adult education enrolment”