Education & Learning in East Cambridgeshire
Schools and Education
Cambridgeshire County Council is responsible for services relating to compulsory education. Please use the links to the County Council's website, which are provided below to help you find useful information:
- Adult & Community Learning
- Early years education
- Home education
- Nursery Schools
- Online schools admissions - Primary School
- Online schools admissions - Secondary School
- Search for a school
- Term dates
Lifelong Learning in East Cambridgeshire
Learning throughout life can bring definite benefits and there is support and help available for everyone to become and stay a learner.
Taking part in learning can:
- improve your physical and mental well-being
- have a positive effect on family life and communication between generations
- motivate you to take part in civic and community life
- enhance your employment and work prospects
East Cambridgeshire Personal and Community Development Learning and Skills Partnership
The East Cambridgeshire Personal and Community Development Learning and Skills partnership is an informal partnership of organisations who are involved in providing learning opportunities in the East Cambridgeshire area. The Partnership seeks, through collaborative working, to coordinate adult lifelong learning activities across the District.
East Cambridgeshire On-Line (ECOL)
East Cambridgeshire On-Line is a collection of community access points in public or community buildings where computers, scanners and printers have been installed for the public to use. The scheme effectively makes computers and the Internet available to people who do not have these facilities at home
The new ITQ qualification
The ITQ is a new qualification allowing a flexible approach to learning with no set course or programme. The practical work-based qualification is geared towards people in the work place and those seeking work who want to consolidate their computer skills. The course contains the following units: the use of the internet/intranets and email, making selective use of IT, word processing, databases, spreadsheets and presentation tools, the essentials of operating IT equipment.
- If you live in Littleport the course is completely free for those with fewer than 5 GCSE A-C
- If you live outside Littleport and have less than 5 GCSE A-C the course is free after a registration free of £37.50.
- For people with more than 5 GCSEs A-C the course is £100 (plus registration fee of £37.50)
For more information on the FREE training opportunities contact your local development worker Eva Alldritt on 07855 748283