Community Education

Community Education

We offer daytime, evening and Saturday courses for adults and young people during school term time, whether you are interested in arts and crafts, exercise and wellbeing, languages, cookery or music.

We welcome over 500 students a year of all ages and backgrounds, from all over Oxfordshire and beyond. We look forward to welcoming you to our learning community too.

To get started, check what’s on weekdays and Saturdays, browse courses by subject, download our 2018/19 brochure, or use the search function at the top of the page.


Check latest availability on weekday courses and Saturday workshops.

We are now booking for weekly courses starting in January. Students continuing from this term have priority for a short while, but we have places on a number of our weekly courses, please call to check.

Our courses and Saturday workshops make great Christmas presents! Contact us if you would like to arrange a gift for a loved one. Our next Saturday workshops are on 26 January and include drawing, ipad/iphone support, guidance with finishing neglected sewing projects, winter cookery, acrylic painting, an introduction to vinyasa yoga, wet felting, and managing the menopause.

Stained glass is already full, but there are places in May.

Small, friendly groups with expert tutors

Our tutors strive hard to create supportive, yet challenging, classes, and people usually say they are friendly and relaxed. If you have attended in the past, we hope you’ll agree with that and want to tell your friends and family about us, and Facebook like commed  to keep up-to-date with what’s going on.

If you think you could tutor a course that we don’t already offer, and you are passionate about your subject, with relevant teaching experience, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

The courses are organised and managed by Celia Clark and Cleo Gonzales-Redman within Marlborough School. Courses take place in the school.