Fraser Adult Community Education

Online, Waikato
All year round

Bringing fun and practical learning to the Waikato region and beyond

Education changes lives and Fraser Adult Community Education provides over 50 opportunities per term for everyone in our community to meet people and try new skills. All the programmes are delivered by experienced professionals and incorporate numeracy, literacy and social wellbeing elements. Beekeeping, Silver smithing, kitchen and garden design courses, social connection class. Create a meadow box, or learn what Sophrology is!



For more info visit:

Fraser Adult Community Education


Fraser High School
72 Ellicott Road


07 846 8624



Each block has accessible bathrooms and lifts available. Because they operate on a school premises, they invite you to identify if you would like assistance at enrolment, so they can make your class experience as smooth as possible, for example by moving the class to a more comfortable location (ground floor, toilets closer to the room etc) They welcome support workers and family members supporting a class participant at no cost.

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