New cour­ses are aimed at chil­dren

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News -

CHIL­DREN can learn about stargaz­ing, In­dian or Chi­nese cook­ery, DIY with dad and lots more, thanks to City Col­lege Peter­bor­ough.

The col­lege has launched its new fam­ily learn­ing pro­gramme for 2012 with some ex­cit­ing new pro­grammes for young­sters, with the sup­port from an adult or carer, to choose from.

The col­lege’s mar­ket de­vel­op­ment man­ager, Jackie Hall, said “Learn­ing with a young­ster can be great fun. We have de­signed a range of short taster cour­ses for peo­ple from which to choose.

“Ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude Rot­ten Ro­mans, Pharoahs and Pyra­mids for those who en­joy learn­ing about his­toric events, fam­ily pot­tery where young­sters and adults can get messy with clay, and cup­cake crea­tures or Fam­ily IT.

“The ses­sions and ma­te­ri­als are free, you just need each young­ster aged be­tween 6 and 16 years to be ac­com­pa­nied by an adult.”

To find out more, or to en­rol onto a course, tele­phone 01733 761361.

han­dover: Brian Hard­ing, Jack­son Gar­ner, Emma Gibbs (11), Ch­eryl Haynes, Alex Gibbs (9), Andy Gar­ner, Ge­or­gia Gibbs (13) and Steve Palmer were joined by Fa­ther Christ­mas for the £500 cheque pre­sen­ta­tion.

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