Andrew Harland
Principal Adult Education Officer
Hull City Council
Innovations
in
Adult Learning
Inside and Outside
Prison
Innovations
in
Adult Learning
Inside and Outside
Prison
High levels of social deprivation
Low levels of adult literacy and numeracy
Low attainment in schools
High unemploymen...
Hull Adult Education is a specialist provider of formal and
informal educational opportunities to adults.
Our courses ran...
Hull Adult Education operates the education
departments in two local prisons:
Hull and Everthorpe
Most of the inmates of ...
Around 130,000 people pass through UK prisons each year
Offenders,
Prisons and
Education
58% of those released re-offend...
‘On the Out’
Basic skills in local communities project
Ex-offenders their families and friends
Embedded basic skills
‘On the Out’
Encourage prisoners to continue education on release from prison
Offer basic skills support & optional accr...
‘On the Out’
6 – 12 week courses
2-3 hours per session
Combining Literacy/Numeracy with a subject of interest
Optional...
‘On the Out’ Courses
‘Prison!
No - way!’
Me!
A National Charity founded in Hull
It aims to persuade young people not to offend by showing them the
harsh realities of...
‘Prison! Me! No-way!,’
encourage young people
towards positive lifestyles
dissuade young people
from committing crime
PM...
correct myths about imprisonment
PMNW believes it's vital to give an
accurate view of the inside of prisons.
"We found t...
correct myths about imprisonment
correct myths about imprisonment
In classroom sessions, PMNW uses role playing, mock
courts and other techniques to expl...
Today, the initiative
involves more than
550 volunteer prison
staff working in 110
prisons and more
than 2,000
secondary s...
Family Learning Programmes
 Encourages parents to take an interest in
children’s education
Addresses adult literacy needs as well as
helping childr...
Family Literacy
Family Numeracy
Family Literacy and Numeracy (combined)
Keeping Up With the Children
Pacesetter –fami...
Family Literacy
Workshops
Family Numeracy
Workshops
Help your Child with
Reading
Help your Child with
Maths
SHARE
‘S...
A new learning block has been set up at
Hull Prison
Wives and children of some prisoners are
invited in for family learn...
Conclusion and questions.
Family Learning
in Prison
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  1. 1. Andrew Harland Principal Adult Education Officer Hull City Council
  2. 2. Innovations in Adult Learning Inside and Outside Prison
  3. 3. Innovations in Adult Learning Inside and Outside Prison
  4. 4. High levels of social deprivation Low levels of adult literacy and numeracy Low attainment in schools High unemployment A ‘failure culture’ The City of Hull has:
  5. 5. Hull Adult Education is a specialist provider of formal and informal educational opportunities to adults. Our courses range from yoga and pottery to digital imaging We operate in 5 Adult Education Centres and 120 sites across the city We operate the education departments in 2 local prisons We have about 17,000 enrolments each year Basic literacy and numeracy tuition forms a major parts of our role
  6. 6. Hull Adult Education operates the education departments in two local prisons: Hull and Everthorpe Most of the inmates of these prisons come from Hull and return to Hull after release.
  7. 7. Around 130,000 people pass through UK prisons each year Offenders, Prisons and Education 58% of those released re-offend within two years 81% of prisoners do not have writing skills up to a "level one" standard - equivalent to an 11-year old 65% have numeracy skills at or below an 11-year-old's 49% of men imprisoned and 71% of women have no qualifications at all Prisoners are 10 times as likely as the general population to have been regular truants at school. Half of male sentenced prisoners were excluded from school Take up of education in prison is calculated to reduce re-offending by 12%
  8. 8. ‘On the Out’ Basic skills in local communities project Ex-offenders their families and friends Embedded basic skills
  9. 9. ‘On the Out’ Encourage prisoners to continue education on release from prison Offer basic skills support & optional accreditation in the community Encourage progression Preparation for employment & the job market Increase skills, self-confidence & self esteem
  10. 10. ‘On the Out’ 6 – 12 week courses 2-3 hours per session Combining Literacy/Numeracy with a subject of interest Optional accreditation E1-L2 in conjunction with National Standards accredited through City & Guilds All courses referenced to the Adult Literacy/Numeracy Core Curriculum
  11. 11. ‘On the Out’ Courses
  12. 12. ‘Prison! No - way!’ Me!
  13. 13. A National Charity founded in Hull It aims to persuade young people not to offend by showing them the harsh realities of prison life It uses interactive media film and drama to show how offending can lead to imprisonment It draws on the experience of prison officers, teachers and former prisoners ‘Prison! Me! No-way!,’
  14. 14. ‘Prison! Me! No-way!,’ encourage young people towards positive lifestyles dissuade young people from committing crime PMNW was established to do three things – correct myths about imprisonment
  15. 15. correct myths about imprisonment PMNW believes it's vital to give an accurate view of the inside of prisons. "We found they had the most amazing preconceptions." “They had no idea how harsh prison was or how prisoner's families are affected."
  16. 16. correct myths about imprisonment
  17. 17. correct myths about imprisonment In classroom sessions, PMNW uses role playing, mock courts and other techniques to explore prison realities
  18. 18. Today, the initiative involves more than 550 volunteer prison staff working in 110 prisons and more than 2,000 secondary schools throughout the UK
  19. 19. Family Learning Programmes
  20. 20.  Encourages parents to take an interest in children’s education Addresses adult literacy needs as well as helping children to learn Promotes a ‘learning culture’ Family Learning
  21. 21. Family Literacy Family Numeracy Family Literacy and Numeracy (combined) Keeping Up With the Children Pacesetter –family ICT Early Start Family Learning Programmes
  22. 22. Family Literacy Workshops Family Numeracy Workshops Help your Child with Reading Help your Child with Maths SHARE ‘Storysacks’ Writing Bedtime Stories Harry Potter Languages for Families Family History Family Learning Programmes
  23. 23. A new learning block has been set up at Hull Prison Wives and children of some prisoners are invited in for family learning sessions with fathers Family Learning in Prison
  24. 24. Conclusion and questions. Family Learning in Prison

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