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 … Read more
Please click here for information about the next Norwich Learning Disability Action Group meeting on 1st March 2018.
The Inspiration Trust will be starting some construction work on the Hewitt school site in the coming weeks. As a result the car parking and drop off points normally used by Pathways will be out of action. The Pathways parking and drop off point will be in a different location, off Hall Road through Gate … Read more
Two of our members of staff are taking part in the Cancer Research UK ‘Walking all over Cancer’ event. This involves walking 10’000 steps every day throughout June – that’s five miles a day! If you would like to support Tracey and Louise with their challenge then please follow the link below. Donate here.
The students, and staff, of Pathways College raised money for Comic Relief by coming to college in fancy dress. We had everything from pyjamas to Presidents to superheros! Thank you to all who donated.
As part of a national initiative ‘Kids in Museums’, the students of Pathways College will be taking part in a takeover of Norwich Castle Museum on Tuesday 22nd November 2016 from 1:00pm-2:30pm. “Visitors are invited to have their portrait captured by students from local complex needs schools who, inspired by the Olive Edis exhibition, will … Read more
“Family Voice is a collective of parents and carers of children with special and additional needs working voluntarily and ‘Aiming High’.” (www.familyvoice.org.uk) The September 2016 newsletter can be found here. For information about upcoming parent participation events please click here.
Pathways College presents Graffiti Classics! Pathways College students have been working with Creative Arts East to plan and promote a music event which will be held on the evening of July 7th 2016. The event will take place at The Walter Roy Theatre at The Hewett Academy, Cecil Road, Norwich, NR1 2TJ Doors open at … Read more
We have just booked our summer residential trip this year. We will be taking the students to the Alberta Holiday Park at Seasalter, Whitstable in Kent from July 13th – 17th.
Pathways students will be running the White Lion Cafe on White Lion Street on Wednesdays from March. Students will practice their numeracy, literacy and interaction skills in a real life context, and gain valuable experience of work. If you are in the city on a Wednesday, between 10.30 and 1.30 please do drop in!