We are pleased to announce that our Creative Arts Event went very well.The band UBUNYE were amazing. We had over 100 attendees. We would like to thank everyone who came to this event and the feedback from them was amazing. We raised over £100 which will go toward the students residential trip in July. We
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Pathways students have been working with Creative Arts East. They have organised a music event, which will take place at; Parkside School Hall, College Rd, Norwich, NR2 3JA (Entrance via Rec Rd) on Friday 22nd March at 6.00pm. Advanced tickets £4.00 On the door £5.00 Unders 5’s go free
As part of the Norwich 2035 project, where students envisage the future of Norwich, we visited the Norwich Aviation Academy. Students were able to sit inside the cockpit of an aeroplane, and went through the safety procedures as well as learning whats involved in being a flight engineer. For the project the students are thinking
The students of Pathways College have recently taken part in a collaborative series of activities with the Norwich Millennium Library in the Forum as part of Disability Pride. Our students assisted the staff of the children’s library to lead a series of Bounce and Rhyme sessions for babies and toddlers and their families. Our students
The finished sci-fi film ‘Simeon Jax Space Pilot’ can be viewed here. The students have also made a promotional music video for the film which can be viewed here. Once again we would like to thank Tim and Fiona from ERM CIC, the residents of Cavel Court Care Home and Oliver and Blake for helping
Pathways College, in collaboration with ERM CIC and Cavell Court Residential Care Home, have produced a Flash Gordon inspired sci-fi film. On the day of the premier at The Garage in Norwich the students’ project has been featured in the local press which can be viewed online here.
The students of Pathways College have been taking part in a felt-making project organised by Eastern Region Media. The students have learnt how to make their own felt and have been passing on this knowledge to others in The Forum, Norwich as part of a ‘Maker’s Month’ program of events. Pathways also welcomed a pair or
The students of Pathways College are taking part in a sci-fi film project along with some of the residents of the Cavell Court residential home. The project is organised and run by Eastern Region Media CIC and will run for 10 weeks. The students have been to meet some of the residents of Cavell Court to
Please click here for information about the next Norwich Learning Disability Action Group meeting on 1st March 2018.