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Learn to Sew classes held locally for ages 8 to adult; After School Clubs, Holiday Clubs, Kids Parties, Teens and Adults. Kids learn the skills to make felt animal pincushions, felt cushions, cute key rings and pretty purses, sew straight stitch, applique, blanket stitch, sewing on a button and beads. Teens and adults can learn to use a sewing machine whilst making pretty items such as bags with bows, lounging trousers or a simple skirt. Lots of fun projects to make and everything is supplied.
Tel: 01454 411915 or 07793 373355
Click the link below to see which local businesses are supporting the work of Marlwood School. Please contact Wendy Rimell for more information.
Elberton Rd, Olveston BS35 4DB
Telephone: 01454 613299
Fax: 01454 616388
We are very excited to be able to offer companies the opportunity to become involved with The Castle School, which offers outstanding education to the children of our region. By signing up to the Premium Partnership Scheme, your business will be playing an indispensable part in our students’ education.
For more information please contact Tessa Wilkinson, Business and Community Co-ordinator or click below.
We are a family school, founded in 1947. The School is set in 28 acres of beautiful grounds. The 250 pupils from the Nursery (2-4 year olds) and the Lower School (4-7 year olds) through to the Upper School (7-14 year Olds) are able to continue as day children or as boarders (on a full-time, weekly or casual basis).
The Nursery school operates as an integral part of Early Years Department of school. The Nursery is housed in a separate building in the grounds of the school. Attached to these buildings there is a walled garden and paved area well equipped with outdoor play equipment.
Tel: 01454 613229
Community Learning is part of South Gloucestershire Council and funded by the Skills Funding Agency. We offer a range of free part-time courses in community venues to help residents to gain qualifications, improve job skills, help their children’s learning and become more involved in the local community. Click below to find out more...
We are an information, advice and guidance service for young people aged 13-19 focusing on education, employment and training whilst supporting on other issues that might affect young people's progression.
We visit schools across South Gloucestershire and run community drop-ins for young people seeking employment and training.
For further details please click below or call 0117 9612760.
At Marlwood we aim to:
- ensure all of us achieve our best in every aspect of school and community life
- promote enjoyment of learning
- develop the skills, initiative and flexibility essential in the twenty-first century
- value each other, our achievements and the environment in which we learn and live
- play our part in creating a disciplined, happy, safe and caring community
Headteacher: Mr Keith Geary
Tel: 01454 862525
Olveston Pre-school is based between the villages of Olveston and Tockington and has been running for more than 40 years.
We have excellent staff and facilities and a large amount of space both indoors and outside at our setting in the Parish Hall.
Tel: 0117 931 2121
The role of the senior centre is to take musicians from across South Gloucestershire to the next level with their music making. They will be rehearsing and performing at a high level and expanding their musical experiences with other dedicated performers and expert professional musicians. Wind, Jazz and Youth orchestras are the backbone of the senior centre with additional opportunities for chamber groups.
Our learning takes place within a well cared for environment with established grounds. We have superb specialist facilities in all areas. These features combine with high quality staff, delightful students and good home school links make this a flourishing school.
We see as one of our many strengths the creation of a community where children enjoy their learning.
We are proud of our tradition strong academic success and our recognition of individual talents and needs at every level.
The CSA supports our School Community by:
- Providing financial support for the School's Reward Scheme
- Supporting urgent requests for equipment, where funds allow
- Providing refreshments, helper support at events and on trips
- Fund raising in a variety of ways to complete the funding for The Outdoor Covered Canopy to give students shelter from all ‘winds and weathers’ at break times in the quadrangle outside the Gym
All children who play a string, brass, wind or percussion instrument are welcome at our friendly music centre. We meet on Saturday mornings at Marlwood School and offer orchestral provision, string and wind band ensembles, music theory, musicianship and singing, with an Advanced Music Programme led by visiting professional musicians, and regular concerts at local venues.
Children from Yate and the wider area welcome to join.
(Regret no guitars at this stage, but please e mail to register interest.)