ADULT learners can pick up a host of skills as a town secondary school gets ready to hold a number of courses.
St Hild’s CofE School is holding evening classes in everything from sewing and jewellery making to Indian cooking and keep fit.
Exercise classes are available now while a number of other courses start from Monday, January 29.
Night classes being offered on Mondays include sewing between 6pm-8pm.
Learn how to make your own jewellery, also from 6pm-8pm.
Mondays also offer two classes to help you keep fit, one combining South American salsa dancing in salsacise from 6pm-7pm.
The other is metafit, between 7.30pm-8pm, which combines traditional body-weight exercises with high-intensity interval and training to burn fat by raising your resting metabolism.
Wednesday night offers a varied mix for a range of different interests.
Get creative with your craft making between 6pm and 8pm.
Or add some spice to your culinary skills with Indian cooking at the same time.
There is also another chance to build up your strength levels in a session with kettlebell weights.
The class runs between 6pm-7pm.
On Thursday the school offers people the chance to learn a valuable new skill by teaching Sign Language from 6pm-8pm.
Classes in sugar-craft cake decorating and sewing also run during the same time.
The night’s fitness option is Zumba at 7pm-8pm.
St Hild’s School is located on King Oswy Drive.
A school spokesman said: “The list of courses offered through our extended schools programme is a long one.
“More and more local residents are attending courses, taking advantage of it being really local, and they certainly enjoy the activities. Why not join them?”
For details contact Julie Fletcher on (01429) 273041.