Training for adults with a learning disability, specialising in horticultural training but including also literacy, numeracy and independent living skills.
All students at the project work to their capabilities and are encouraged to develop new skills within reasonable expectations.
Through individual achievement, the students are given the opportunity to develop an awareness of their own abilities, so becoming more confident within themselves and in their relationships with others.
There are up to 16 day-care places for students from Swindon and the surrounding districts. Students can be bused to the centre by our own mini-bus.
In addition to the full-time staff of 3, the project employs a specialist 3 mornings a week to teach numeracy and literacy skills and a cook. We also use the services of several volunteers to work with the students in various forms of general education, including cookery, art, and craft.
Church Bush Hall