ACE Cardiff works with children and adults to improve their quality of life through an appreciation of learning – whether that be through help with core skills of literacy and numeracy, improved communication skills or appreciation of reading, music and the arts.
The Learning Club
ACE Cardiff’s Learning Club has been supporting young people in the Butetown and Grangetown areas of Cardiff since 2010. We work, in partnership with others to make sure that our sessions are enjoyable, exciting and engaging.
We feel it’s important that we help young people to:
• have a ‘safe learning environment’
• solve problems
• overcome confidence issues,
• experiment with their learning
• build relationships within and outside their communities
Adult ESOL Classes
ACE Cardiff found that, in some cases young people were coming with parents who had difficulty with the English language and wanted support for themselves. Consequently, we started English lessons for parents. We continue to respond to local need, meeting gaps in provision by offering classes in the Butetown and Ely areas of Cardiff
If you would be interested in this or know someone who may benefit from such opportunities, please go to the ESOL* page on our website by clicking here.
*ESOL means ‘English for Speakers of Other Languages’.
Volunteering with ACE Cardiff
We rely upon our volunteers to deliver these exciting sessions and offer them a unique opportunity to learn or reinforce their teaching skills. ACE Cardiff is committed to supporting its volunteers through its’ programme of In-house training and social opportunities! Why not come and join us? Please click here to find out more, or contact us for more information…
Our News & Announcements
Our latest newsletter is now available! Thank you to our Chair of Trustees, Geoff Hollett, who has worked hard to put this together. You can view the newsletter by clicking here or on the image below and let us know what you think firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACE Cardiff was unable to continue with its provision when the ‘lockdown’ occurred due to the closure of all facilities and the presonal terms of the legislation approved by the Welsh Gov. The Trustees agreed to experiment with an ‘online provision’. We were fortunate...