Dick Willis has retired as a Trustee of YES. He has a long history with the charity and has been a great support over the years. Thanks Dick, and please stay in touch!
See Jo below with her medal. Well deserved recognition of all her hard work.
flyer Assistive Technology -April.May
DSupport flyer- May.June 2018 (003) New course starting in May. These are great, free courses for adults who are dyslexic, or think they are dyslexic. Contact us to find out more.
New course starting soon. Sign up now! This is a really useful course for adults who are dyslexic or have difficulties with reading and writing. By the end of the course you will be able to use your smart phone or tablet to help with these things. Assistive Technology -Feb-March 2018
Functional skills flyer – new
Well done to all the students who completed the last Dyslexic Support course. You were a lovely bunch. Good luck to all of you.
Please vote for YES to help us get this funding. Follow the link below. You will need to register and then search for YES Skills. Then you can click on the picture of Tom awarding Mark his certificate and vote for us, using as many of your 10 Aviva votes as you like. Please alsoContinue reading “Aviva Community Fund”
Did you know that MShed has an archive of recordings about YES. These were made in 2014 as part of a project funded by Heritage Lottery. YES Trustees, past and present students, staff and volunteers were interviewed. Find the interviews by following this link. http://museums.bristol.gov.uk/list.php?keyword=Youth+Education+Service
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”