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New Lyme & Wood Learning Hub officially opens

by Gemma Melling

Students and staff from the Post 16 provision at Wargrave House School & College were delighted when the Mayor of St Helens opened their new Lyme & Wood Learning Hub.

Students from the 16-25 provision will now have access to the learning hub, where they’ll be able to work on projects related to upcycling, construction, horticulture, alongside Maths/English/ICT functional skills.

Cllr Sue Murphy, Mayor of St Helens, officially opened the centre. She said: “I was thrilled to open Lyme and Wood Learning Hub. It was wonderful meeting the young people and seeing their enthusiasm for learning new skills that will assist them in their future working life. The care and support shown by the staff is outstanding”.

Julliet Doherty, Head of Post-16 Learning at Wargrave House said: “We are delighted that we have this additional space to serve as an offsite learning and development base, further supporting our students with their functional, employability and community skills.

“The students were involved in naming the building through a competition and it was unanimously agreed that Lyme and Wood Learning Hub captures the essence of the hub and its purpose.

“The post 16 provision community model is ‘we achieve more together than we could alone’ and the hub is already a perfect example of what can be achieved together”.

What will the new Learning Hub offer?

The Lyme and Wood Learning Hub will provide positive partnership working, enabling Wargrave House students to experiment and prioritise, accepting each other’s challenges and supporting initiatives to enhance the community. Inclusive learning environments will be created maintaining community wellbeing, and positive outcomes for all.

Want to get involved?

Wargrave House are always looking for more employers to work with them to engage with their students and support inclusion and neuro diversity within the workforce. If you are interested to know more, call 01925 224899 or email jullietdoherty@wargravehouse.com.

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