|Residential and Conference Centre
The Burwell Bash Annual Folk Music Summer School is held at Burwell House
|Burwell Early Learners||Follow link for more information
|Burwell Library||Village College, Burwell, CB5 0DU
Engage in the Morning
Regular monthly activity for Older people with an interesting speaker or topic each month. Tea and coffee provided for a small donation
Tiny Talk Baby Signing
TinyTalk's baby signing classes with hands-on sensory activities will delight your baby and develop their communication skills Baby class 10.30 -11.30 Toddler class 11.30 - 12.30
Bring your child along to listen to stories and find out what the library has to offer you and your child. Just turn up - no need to book. Storytimes are free.
|Burwell Village College (Primary)||
|Bottisham Village College||Lode Road, Bottisham
|Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies||One of the UK's leading independent sixth-form colleges, specialising in A-level and GCSE courses|
|Cole End Farm||Cookery, Gardening & Floristry courses in Saffron Walden, Essex|
Sixth Form College, Cambridge
|Provide full-time AS and A-level courses for approximately 1,700 16-19 year-old students as well as an adult education programme.|
Sixth Form College, Cambridge
|Another very successful college, where 'the overwhelming majority of students - 16-19 and adult - achieve their aim'.|
|Spring Close Montessori Nursery School||Follow link for information|
|Red House Day Nursery||90 High Street, Burwell, Cambridge, Cambs, CB5 0HD
|Soham Village College||
Adult Education 01638 660703
|FirstSteps School of Dancing
||The Gallery Room, Burwell Community Sports Centre, Buntings Path, Burwell CB25 0DD
"The school offers The Royal Academy of Dance syllabus classes for girls or boys from four year of age. Learning ballet and other dance styles encourages children to feel good about themselves."
FREE TASTER CLASS
For further details contact: Sue Dickinson B.Sc, M.Phil. M.Mus.
07904 931366 01638743557
|Linton Village College||
Community Education Manager:
|Cambridge County Council Schools and Education Site|
|Institute of Continuing Education||Would you like to study with the University of Cambridge but aren't sure where to begin? The Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) offers hundreds of part-time courses for adult learners of all ages, taught by leading Cambridge experts. Options range from weekend courses right up to two-year Master's programmes. Most courses are open to all, and you don't need any special qualifications to apply.|
|Maths tutor (primary school up to GCSE)|| Email Diane Owen (Sibley)
|Private English tuition for all levels and ages||Email Lynne Fearnley|
|Links to local musical tuition resources|
|Search Ofsted||Get the latest reports or search for other schools.|
|Step up Learning||Step Up Learning provides safe and professional private maths and English tuition for school age children in Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds.|
|Stagecoach Theatre Arts Schools||The original and largest network of part-time performing arts schools in the world are at Newmarket College on Friday after school- term time for young people aged 4-18years, offering dance, drama and singing - please visit our website for more information.|
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