Saturday, 5 September 2015

New Horizons

Yesterday we visited two different sites that will each play an integral part in the future of the Passport Programme. The first stop on our tour was the Cromwell Road site, where Passport will be based for the foreseeable future. Here, in the heart of Lambeth, teachers and artists will deliver core and creative arts subjects.  

We hope to move into Cromwell Road by the end of next week, by which time these spaces will be painted, furnished and equipped with state-of-the-art IT resources.

The second stop on our tour was the Young Lewisham Project,  where our employees will be studying Motor Vehicle Maintenance. Dave Newman (pictured right) was kind enough to show us the fantastic resources available here, which include an outside allotment (complete with chicken coop), numerous workshops, and social spaces where young people can relax and bond.

We’re very excited about this year’s programme, and we can’t wait to see our young learners get to grips with their various vocations. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @Pp2eProgramme and visit our website for more updates on our growth and development. To learn more about the Young Lewisham Project and the courses they offer, visit

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