The Chapel on High Street is a welcoming and inclusive space for people of all backgrounds and abilities. Our experienced staff provide support and guidance to service users, helping them to reach their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.
Our educational programs cover a wide range of subjects, including numeracy and literacy, ICT, cookery, and creative arts. We also offer vocational training in areas such as hospitality and retail, helping our service users to gain valuable work experience and employability skills.
At the heart of our service is a commitment to promoting independence and social inclusion. We provide opportunities for service users to develop their communication and social skills through group activities and community events.
We believe that everyone has the potential to achieve their goals, and we work closely with our service users to identify their strengths and interests, and to create tailored programs to support their development.
If you are interested in accessing our services, please get in touch to arrange a visit and find out more about what we have to offer.
Through hands-on experience in the café, learners will develop skills in various areas including food preparation, serving customers, cash handling, and cleaning. This not only equips them with valuable skills for future employment opportunities but also fosters a sense of independence and confidence.
Individuals are supported by a team of dedicated professionals who work together to ensure that all learners are given the necessary tools and support to achieve their goals.
Café No:5 is dedicated to providing an inclusive and nurturing environment for individuals through their unique approach to training and support, learners are given the opportunity to discover their potential, develop their skills and confidence, and ultimately achieve their goals.
In addition to our educational programs, we also offer various social activities such as art classes, music sessions, and sports activities. Our life skill development activities include cooking, gardening, and money management classes. These activities aim to improve our service users’ overall quality of life, increase their social inclusion, and promote their overall wellbeing.
Our premises are fully accessible, and we strive to create a welcoming and supportive environment for all individuals, regardless of their background or abilities. We work closely with our service users to ensure that their needs and preferences are met and that they have access to the support and resources they require to achieve their goals.
We also work closely with local community organizations to provide volunteering and work experience opportunities to our service users, to help them gain the relevant skills and experience needed to enter the workforce.
Return 2 Learning (R2L)
In addition to technology-based learning, R2L also provides classroom-based activities to help learners improve their communication and literacy skills. We use group activities and individual tasks to help learners develop their speaking and writing abilities. We also offer personalized support to learners who need extra help in specific areas.
At R2L, we believe that developing key skills is essential for success in today's society. Whether it's using technology, communicating effectively or problem-solving, our learners acquire the skills they need to succeed. Our experienced team of educators is committed to providing high-quality instruction and support to ensure that every learner achieves their full potential.
Work Experience Program - Companies House
Our Work Experience program offers a unique opportunity for students to gain practical skills and real-world experience. Our recent partnership with Companies House in Cardiff has allowed students to work in the post room, opening, rejecting, scanning, and shelving paperwork. We're thrilled to offer this program every year to provide students with valuable hands-on experience in a professional setting.