Learning for All Next Steps

Welcome to Learning for All

Learning for All Courses:

Our broad learning programme offers courses throughout Buckinghamshire, supporting adults with learning disabilities to develop independent living and work skills in a collaborative and creative environment.

• gain independence

• enhance their employability opportunities

• develop their communication skills

• develop their decision making and problem solving skills

• engage with and participate in the community

• have the opportunity to maintain physical and mental well-being

• develop maths and English skills

• gain confidence to make friends and develop social skills

• acquire skills which have a positive impact on their everyday life

Our dedicated tutors and learning support assistants provide a personalised learning journey for every student that is challenging, varied and fun. All we ask from you is commitment.

We are currently providing courses online in the following subjects:

  • All around the world

  • Art and craft

  • Developing Communication skills through drama

  • Everyday English

  • Movers and Shakers

What learners say

It is good to be learning it keeps the brain going.

Coming to my class has helped me meet new people and build my confidence.

If I was home I would be bored and start to feel lonely, in class I can learn new things and share with the others what I know. It makes me feel good I can share.

I am working on my speech and making my voice clear. My voice matters.

I was very nervous about attending class but have just got a job again attending this class has helped me improve my English skills. I still want to attend the class as I can still get even better at English.

The class is helping me use my computer, I can see my friends and don’t feel so lonely.

I am doing a cookery class and have learnt how to make lasagne which is my favourite.

Where could Learning for All take you?

Buckinghamshire Adult Learning also offers:

Continue your learning with:

  • Buckinghamshire College Group based in Aylesbury, Amersham and Wycombe provides a range of full and part-time further and higher education courses, plus Apprenticeships and adult education courses. 0800 614016 www.buckscollegegroup.ac.uk

  • Buckinghamshire New University has three main campuses in High Wycombe, Uxbridge and Aylesbury. They offer university degree programmes: nursing, health and social care, cyber fraud detection, textiles and aviation. 01494 522 141 www.bucks.ac.uk

  • Milton Keynes College offers full time and part time courses from GCSEs to HNDs, as well as professional skills courses and apprenticeships. 01908 684444 www.mkcollege.ac.uk

  • East Berkshire College a Further Education college based in the south-east (Langley, Slough & Windsor) provides over 800 part-time and full-time courses. 01753 793000 www.eastberks.ac.uk

  • University of Hertfordshire offers a wide range of Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Professional and Short courses. 01707 284000 www.herts.ac.uk/

  • Open University offers over 180 courses for distance learning. 0300 303 5303 www.open.ac.uk/

  • Future Learn offer free online courses www.futurelearn.co.uk


If you are job-hunting, you could :


If you need support :

  • Bucks Mind support for people with mental health difficulties, call them on 01494 463364 www.bucksmind.org.uk

  • Samaritans Offers telephone support anytime about issues you are facing, call them free on 116123 www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help-you

  • Better Health – Healthy food and activity tips for you and your child

  • Buckinghamshire Family Information service – Find out what's happening in Buckinghamshire for you and your family www.bucksfamilyinfo.org

  • Citizens Advice - Online free advice from Citizens Advice to help you find a way forward, whatever the problem www.citizensadvice.org.uk

  • Money Saving Expert Guides, tips articles and a forum about mortgages, credit cards, loans and money saving tips www.moneysavingexpert.com

  • The National Domestic Violence charity supports those experiencing violence at home 0808 2000247 https://www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk/