HIVE Directory: Adult Learning

Autism Hampshire - Specialist Mentoring Service

Our qualified Specialist Mentors offer 1:1 sessions with students at the University of Portsmouth. This service aims to empower students to develop specific strategies that enable them to overcome barriers to learning and life. To access the mentoring service, students will need to be referred by a funding body. This can either be internally at university, or externally through government schemes. Please visit website for information on how to access this service.

01489 880 881

Charles Dickens Centre

The centre is a sport and activity facility. The centre has a large sports hall, a dance studio and meeting spaces available for hire.

Charles Dickens Activity Centre is home to many groups such as salsa dancing, volleyball, football, boogie bounce, fitness classes plus many more.

United Kingdom
02392 738482

Community First

Community First aims to be the difference that makes a difference in our local communities.
Offering group support with funding, volunteering, access to training and development, transport services, support with community development, providing local information and directories, access to voluntary sector resources.
Individual support may be employability courses, home help support, call and go transport, gardening services, employment hub and job clubs, youth volunteering opportunities.
0300 500 8085
Community First is a registered Charity.
Operating across Hampshire wide districts.

0300 500 8085

Company of Makers

Company of Makers exists to support ex-Service personnel and their partners with transitioning from military to civilian life, no matter how long it’s been since they left the Armed Forces.

Cathedral House, Office 3
St Thomas' Street
Old Portsmouth
United Kingdom

Enham Trust

Enham Trust is a disability charity based in Hampshire that supports disabled people to live, work and enjoy life to the full, as independently as possible.

Throughout our 100 year history we have provided vital care and support to over 250,000 disabled individuals with wide ranging physical and learning disabilities.

We also support 16-19yr olds who are not in education or work to gain the vital skills needed to get on track and further their careers and lives through our Skills2Achive centres in Portsmouth, Southampton, Eastleigh and Basingstoke.

01264 345 800

ESOL - Portsmouth College (English for Speakers of Other Languages)

Our ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) qualifications support learners whose first language is not English, helping them gain the communication skills needed to progress in the workplace, education and beyond through the study of the following disciplines:

Tangier Road
United Kingdom
P03 6PZ

ESOL - Taught by Havant & Southdown's College at Victory Business Centre

If English is not your first language then ESOL classes could help you to become better at communicating in English in everyday life.

ESOL classes are available to anyone over the age of 16 who does not have English as a first language. They will help you to improve your Reading, Writing and Speaking and Listening in English.

United Kingdom
02393 879999

Fratton Community Centre

Fratton Community Centre runs a variety of activities and events all year round for all ages:

Trafalgar Place
United Kingdom
02392 751441

Funk Format

Funk Format is a professional creative organisation providing workshops, courses and classes for all ages and abilities. Specialises in Street Dance forms, such as Hip-Hop dance, Breaking (breakdance), Popping, Locking, House dance, and others. Funk Format, founded by Sasha Biloshisky, is the longest-running and the most trusted authentic Street Dance organisation in Hampshire. It inspires people of all ages to follow their passions by building their confidence and skills through arts and creative collaborations. Funk Format also trains exceptional dance teachers and professional performers.

Fawcett Road
United Kingdom
07400 976284

Hillside Youth Club

Age Range 11+

Hillside Youth Club gives young people a place to go outside of school, free of charge and offers them a sense of belonging. The activities and support from youth workers allows the young people to learn new skills, build confidence and resilience for the future- as well as have fun! It really can be life changing to come along and join in!

United Kingdom
023 9288 2551