Byron Wood Community Education Classes

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To find out more about classes or courses you are interested in please contact Alexis at Byron Wood on 272 3624.

All courses are free except the Basic IT course which costs £5 if the learner receives benefits or £25 if not.

Byron Wood Primary School
Earldom Road
Sheffield S4 7EJ

Community Education Classes at Byron Wood School
Course Tutor Venue Time Start date Cost
Monday Play to Learn,
Learn to Play
- Byron Wood School 12:30pm - 2:30pm Date TBC Free
Tuesday Digital Photography NOCN E1 Elena Umaran Community IT Room Byron Wood 9.00am - 11:00am 15.4.08 Free
Wednesday 'Journeys to the City' weekly workshops Emily Hutchinson Byron Wood School 1.00pm - 3.00pm Ongoing Free
Thursday The World Through a Child's Eyes Susan Layhe Community Room Byron Wood 12:30pm - 2:30pm 10.4.08 Free
Friday Basic IT & Word Processing L1 Robert Archibald Community IT Room Byron Wood 9.00am - 11:00am 18.4.08 £5/£25

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