About Us

Welcome to Adult and Community Learning at Bottisham Village College

Contact us at:

Adult and Community Learning
Bottisham Village College
Lode Road
CB25 9DL

Telephone: 01223 811372

Email:  adultlearning@bottishamvc.org 

Where to find us:

The Adult and Community Learning Office is open term time only:

Monday - Thursday 09.00 – 14.30 and Tuesday and Thursday evenings 18.30 – 21.30.

We offer a variety of adult courses and Saturday workshops for anyone aged 19 and over. Most of our courses continue or are repeated throughout the year and new courses are added. We work in partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council who support a range of adult education opportunities across Cambridgeshire. 

This support allows us to make sure that your course is of high quality, that you are learning and progressing in your chosen subject and also helps to subsidise your course fee.

Please browse our courses here 

Details of how to enrol are here.

Are you interested in a course which is not listed?  If so, please let us have your feedback
We are always looking for new ideas and fresh courses to run.  If you have skills or knowledge to share and would like to teach a course, or if you would like us to offer a course which is not listed, please contact the Adult and Community Learning Office. 

Support for You
Further support, advice and specific courses are available for people with disabilities. Contact 01223 703530.

Careers Guidance
Careers guidance support is available to all learners.  The National Careers Service provides free information and advice on all aspects of learning, skills and employment.   Help is provided in a way that suits you, online, face to face, or by telephone.  Talk to us about how to access support or go to www.cambsals.co.uk and click on the advice button to find out how to book an appointment.

Our Commitment to You
We are fully committed to equality of opportunity and welcome enrolments from everyone.  We encourage all learners with any concerns about specific needs which might affect their learning to discuss their requirements with us in confidence.  We believe that everyone is entitled to learn in an environment that is free from discriminatory behaviour so that we build a community based on mutual trust and respect.  We will ensure that resources and equipment are accessible to all and make reasonable adjustments to ensure that all learners can access activities.

Arrangements have been made to make sure that you are safe in this Centre.  If you feel you are not safe for any reason, for example through verbal or physical abuse or you have been discriminated against, please tell your tutor or a member of staff in the Community Office, who will investigate to ensure your safety.

Susan Tarasewicz
Adult Learning Manager
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)