Bridging the gap between
school & adult Life
Lifeworks College exists as a bridge between school and adult life. We provide an innovative and engaging programme of personal, social and vocational learning. Our courses support personal growth through skills development and access to new opportunities, whilst building on existing foundations of learning.
You can do everything at Lifeworks College, like cooking, the gym, art, swimming, how to handle money, computer stuff and you meet new people.
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I did work placements at College. My favourite work placement was working at the animal shelter, I cleaned the cats out and liked to smooth them, Raven was my favourite he would always come over to me when I was working. I also walked the dogs. I like animals.
I also had a work placement in a cafe. After my work placement in the cafe, I got the job and I started there after I left College. I have worked there for 5 years now. I go to work 2 days a week. In my job I take dishes to the kitchen, clean the tables and help older people when they need help carrying dishes or help to open the milk. I am happy there. I have fun with the staff, they are funny.
At Lifeworks College you do loads of stuff, you get to go on trips, get to do work experience and artwork stuff. When you have learning difficulties, the college helps you understand things. If someone was thinking of coming to College I would say it is the best college.
Previous College Student
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