About Us


With over 1,500 courses to choose from there is something to suit everyone, from all ages, walks of life and abilities. Whether you’re a beginner or want to improve your skills, gain a long desired qualification or just fancy trying a new hobby we’ve got a course for you.

At Adult Learning we provide inclusive learning opportunities to promote wellbeing and inspire people living or working in Buckinghamshire to achieve their potential.

We are the main provider of part-time learning opportunities for adults in Buckinghamshire, graded ‘good’ by Ofsted in November 2015. A broad programme of taught courses, workshops and online learning is delivered from almost 130 locations across the county including dedicated Adult Learning centres, schools, community and employer premises.

We provide courses for individuals in all aspects of life, work and leisure. This includes literacy, numeracy, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), creative studies, ICT, health and fitness, languages, home improvements and gardening. Courses are available daytime, evening and weekends for most of the year.

If you are not sure which is the right course or level for you, or if you have any questions about our courses, come and talk to us face to face at a centre near you or call us on 01296 382403.

You can also take a look at our Inspections Results and Exam Results here: 

Inspection Results
Exam Results


Congratulations to our Adult Learners of the Year 2017

Buckinghamshire Adult Learning held their annual Adult Learner of the Year Awards last night as part of the Festival of Learning. Over 120 learners, tutors, classroom supporters who were nominated for an award attended the event along with dignitaries and staff from Buckinghamshire County Council. Steve Rogers and Katie Brown, both English and maths Functional Skills […]

ALDD Green Street Learners cook up curry to raise £160 for Wycombe Homeless Connection

ALDD learners at Green Street Adult Learning Centre have raised £160 for the Wycombe Homeless Connection by cooking curry. They have been focusing on community participation this term and decided they wanted to help a homeless charity. They held a curry day selling their delicious creations to other learners, family, friends and staff and Sheena […]

British Legion visit ALDD learners in Aylesbury

Representatives from the British Legion visited a group of ALDD learners in Aylesbury on 27 February. The learners raised £89.70 for the charity at their Christmas Fair where they sold handmade crafts, gifts, cards and refreshments. The British Legion were their chosen charity as one of the learners volunteers in their shop. Each learner was presented […]