Organisation: Morley College
Welcoming: Learning Disability
Have fun learning music in a friendly group. Students make up pieces using voice and percussion, sing and play solo and in a group, and develop their listening skills, confidence and decision-making. To find out more about the course or enrol, please contact Sara Mansfield, Learning Disablity Co-ordinator, by telephone 0207 450 1846 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Morley College is a centre for adult education in London which was founded in the 1880s and which has a strong track record in offering high quality and diverse courses in the performing and visual arts. It is an open and inclusive college and has a Learning Support team dedicated to supporting students with disabilities. At the College's most recent Ofsted inspection (2011), the College's Additional Learning Support services were singled out as 'Outstanding'. Morley College offers a small range of course specifically tailored for adults with moderate to severe learning disabilities in Art, Music, Singing, Acting Skills and Dance. Each course is a weekly session which lasts one and a half or two hours and runs for one year, with 3 ten week terms. At present (March 2014), a student can enrol on up to 2 courses but this may change in the next academic year.
T: 020 7450 1889
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