Festival of Learning (previously Adult Learners’ Week) is the biggest celebration of lifelong learning in
Their mission is to highlight the benefits of learning, celebrate the achievements of adults who have used learning to transform their lives, and to encourage everyone to embrace lifelong learning. Learners have overcome personal barriers and made choices to re-enter learning or progress to other subjects and levels.
All the nominees should be proud of themselves, and although not everyone can win, we applaud all of them, with everyone receiving recognition from the city of Sheffield.
Congratulations to you all, you deserve it!!
Our learner have done us proud again, a huge congratulations to all the winners and nominees.
Another year of our learners recognition for all their hard work and commitment to their learning.
Adult Learner’s Week Presentation 2015/16
To be nominated in this city wide award is a brilliant achievement.
We applaud all of them, with everyone receiving recognition from the city of Sheffield.
Learner’s Celebration Event July 2016
We were honoured to have The Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Councillor Denise Fox, attend our Learner Celebration Event, congratulate learners on their hard work and present them with their certificates.
This event formed part of a project organised and undertaken by learners on our study programme.
The day was a great success!
Adult Learner’s Week Prestentation 2015
What another fantastic year of achievement for MaTReC and learners!! MaTReC staff nominated learners who have undertaken learning during 14/15. These .
Two of MaTReC’s nominated learners (Kevan Brown and Trevor Wright) won joint first with another learner (Kimiko Chapman) winning second place. Other learners were nominated, which is a brilliant achievement in its own right and many congratulations go to them.
Adult Learner’s Week Presentation 2014
What a fantastic achievement for MaTReC and learners!! MaTReC staff nominated several learners who have undertaken learning at its centre and in the community.
Three of MaTReC’s nominated learners won first, second and third places and congratulations go to them. All the nominees should be proud of themselves, and although not everyone can win, we applaud all of them, and that they all received recognition from the city of Sheffield.