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Celebrating Adult Learners' Week 2020

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In the spirit of Adult Learners' Week 2020, we'd like to showcase some of our students who have returned to study.


Early Years Teaching Fellow Maggie Crowley discusses the benefits of home-schooling during these unprecedented times

In this blog, Early Years Teaching Fellow, Maggie Crowley shares how now might be a time for children to return to something they were previously interested in, that got moved on due to the constraints of the curriculum.

You can read the blog piece here.

Mon 06 Apr 2020, 13:20 | Tags: Early Years Early Childhood earlychildhood

Early Childhood Student Clare's paper was accepted for publication by The Early Childhood Studies Degree Network

Clare's paper was recently accepted for publication by The Early Childhood Studies Degree Network (ECSDN). Clare was nevous to submit the paper but said she received a lot of support from Warwick. You can read our interview with her here.

Huge congratulations to Clare from all of the team at Centre for Lifelong Learning!


CLL visit Kenya

Dr Anne Hollinshead, Director of the Centre for Lifelong Learning and Dr Sarah Cousins, Director of Early Years Programmes, Interim Director of Academic Studies, Centre for Lifelong Learning have been in discussions with a Kenyan Educational Trust – Stadi za Maisha (translates as ‘skills of life’) about possible collaborative activities with themselves, the State Ministry of Education, the County Ministry of Education, Kenyatta University (centre for lifelong learning) and the Kenyan Institute of Special education (KISE).

A scoping visit took place in Nairobi 30/9 – 4/10 where Anne and Sarah were hosted by

  • Edward Mokua (EM), Coordinator Stadi za Maisha,
  • Immaculata Wanjala (IM), Stadi za Maisha.
Mon 14 Oct 2019, 11:11 | Tags: Early Years talk Africa

Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

Graduation is a special time for our CLL students. For many, it can be a goal that they previously would have never imagined. For some, it is an achievement that at times, seemed out of reach.


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