Hylton Castle and the dene are a great resource for learning, and our team can help you make the most of them with visits to the site and sessions in the classroom.  We can work with students of all ages, from early years through to lifelong learners, one off sessions to longer programmes.  Learning activities can be linked to specific curriculum areas, such as history, geography, or literacy, and there are also opportunities for forest school sessions, communication skills, careers workshops, team building, and much more. 

In addition to learning opportunities for schools, colleges and other groups, the Hylton Castle Project will be offering a number of training opportunities for young people, both during the construction phase and once the castle opens, mentoring young people as they gain skills and qualifications to help them make their first steps towards new careers. 

To speak to a member of our team about training and learning at Hylton Castle, contact Learning Manager Elanor Johnson on elanor.johnson@sunderland.gov.uk or Learning Officer Pearl Saddington on pearl.saddington@sunderland.gov.uk or call 0191 561 6811.

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