Life Works run short educational courses which are taught using computers. A typical course lasts for 12 weeks and covers subjects such as numeracy, literacy, and of course IT skills.
We meet on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. There is a morning and afternoon session on each day; you are welcome to stay for both!
If you like to enrol on a course, email our head of educational services Sarah Gentles at firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call on 020 8004 8320
Days: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
Beans In Education are a drama group made up of actors with learning disabilities.
We regularly work with different NHS trusts and local councils to deliver short, 30 minute performances relating to specific events and also provide actors for patient simulations. We have a number of plays that cover different topics to show the audience what it is really like to live with a learning disability. All of our plays can be adapted to focus on a specific topic or deliver a message that fits in with your event, so if none of the plays below quite hit the mark, please conact Louise on 020 8944 0024, or email@example.com, to discuss your requirements.
This play tells the story of April, who has just moved to a new school and is struggling to fit in. We follow April's journey as she learns to deal with bullying and eventually overcome it with the help of her new friend.
A series of short scenes set in various health service locations. This play delivers a serious message in a light-hearted way. Although exaggerated for comedic effect, each of the scenes presented in 'Health Bites' are based on real-life experiences of the actors and their peers.
#hashtag tackles the ever growing issue of cyber-bullying. We aim to provide the audience with the means to recognise and respond to cyber-bullying; whether they are the victim, or even the person doing the bullying, often without realising the effect an online comment can have.
The play also offers advice on how to stay safe online.
What's it like living at the Sunshine Support residential home? We hope none of you have to find out first hand!
This play tells the story of a group of residents, who along with help from the BBQC (Baked Bean Quality Commission), turn their residential house into the home they were promised!
I Want It All
You've been in full-time education your whole life, but now you're ready to leave all of that behind and move into the world of adult services. But there's so many choices! How can you make sure you get the best service for you?
'I Want It All' provides a glimpse of what it's like to transition from school to adult services, and shows you the different ways you can find projects that you want to do.
Our actors regularly work with local NHS trusts to deliver simulated patient training for medical students.