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City Lit Learning Disability

Qualified first-aider on site
Service/Activity is chargeable
Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
Disabled parking available, restrictions may apply
Wheelchair accessibile venue

City Lit Learning Disability offers part-time courses for adults with learning disabilities for all London boroughs. Our courses cover art and crafts, music making, singing, dance, drama,  film making, London visits, science, and campaigning. We offer advice sessions by appointment. We are located in Keeley Street WC2, between Covent Garden and Holborn tube stations.

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Paul Nevitt
Contact Position
 020 7492 2586
City Lit London Adult Education

Where to go

City Lit
Keeley Street
Covent Garden

Fully wheelchair accessible, has two blue badge parking spaces outside. The venue is a purpose-built college dating from 2005.

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£129 per year
£129 for a 60-hour course, £259 for a 120-hour course


Referral required
Referral Details

Potential students may be referred by agencies or familes, or self-refer.

Courses run from September to July, but students may join later in the year if there are vacancies. Enrolment starts in July (contact us for exact dates.) Students new to our programme are asked to do a free 2-week trial at the start of the course. Course fees must be paid in full before the first session. New students who decide not to continue after their trial will be refunded in full. Other students who leave courses during the year will not be refunded except in exceptional circumstances, at our discretion.

Students are expected to provide their own in-class support where necessary.

There is no concessionary fee for any of our courses, but we may offer a partial bursary to students showing a strong commitment to learning who cannot afford the full fee.

Other notes

Our building is fully wheelchair accessible, with lifts to all floors. Students enrolled on our courses are able to use all the facilities in the Learning Centre. There is also a cafe on the ground floor.

We cater for adults with mild or moderate learning difficulties /disabilities, including those on the autistic spectrum.

Last Updated 19/04/2021

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