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MARTIN LUTHER KING JR – Reflections to mark the anniversary of his assassination

On 4 April we will be marking the 50th anniversary of the death of ...

Resisting Violence Against Women: Art Exhibition & Lecture

Art Exhibition and Lecture From January 2018, ‘The Manchester ...

UPDATED: Lay Preachers Conference 2018 – All Are Welcome?

All Are Welcome? – Conference for Lay Preachers’ and ...

Events

25 Jun

Summer School: Interested in Contemporary Spirituality?

Led by Glen Marshall, Clare McBeath & Graham Sparkes. Spend four ...

25 Jun

Where is Wisdom to be found?

Open Lecture   In her retirement year, and after 20 years ...

Study Support

We want everyone who studies at LKH to have all the support they need in order to progress in their academic studies. Some of the ways in which we offer you support are as follows:

Academic support
All our tutors have an ‘open door’ policy! Unless we are elsewhere or having a meeting, our doors are open for anyone to come seeking help and advice regarding the learning that is going on. In addition, it is possible to make an appointment with an academic tutor if you want more time to talk through the teaching that they are delivering.

Personal support
Each of the colleges at LKH has a system of offering personal support to all who study with us. This means that you always have someone to turn to if there is anything that is affecting your studies that you want to talk about.

English language support
There are a number studying with us who do not have English as
a first language, and so face additional challenges if they are to successfully complete their studies. If this applies to you, you may well benefit from the special support classes that are offered once a week. Many of our students have spoken of the ways in which these classes have strengthened their study skills.

Disability support
Again, there are a number studying with us who have recognised disabilities, and LKH is committed to enabling all to have the support they need to learn. All our teaching rooms and communal areas are accessible to someone in a wheelchair. There is a hearing loop system in all the rooms where teaching and worship takes place. Registry assist those who are able to claim special financial help to enable them to fully engage in study.