AN ARRAY of courses, for all ages, will be on offer at Forth Valley College during this year’s summer school.

The programme of classes is now available for adults, school pupils and parents and young children hoping to find a fun and inspiring way to spend part of their holidays or improve their career prospects.

Among the courses is art for families, a fun and interactive course for any family combination, exploring creativity, technique and materials, with the emphasis on quality time together.

Budding bakers will prove to be a great introduction for any young bakers, aged 10-14, at the Stirling Campus from July 23-27 and August 6-10.

For any budding actor, there is the introduction to drama and performance in a course designed to give participants the chance to develop essential acting and performance skills including voice and movement techniques, how to use a script and characterisation.

Sound design for film is for those interested in producing sound for film and television. The course is said to be "highly practical" and is delivered in the college's state-of-the-art studios at the Stirling Campus.

For those who are looking to take up a trade at some point, there is traditional building skills. The course will include a wide range of practical hands on skills and visits to buildings/projects of educational relevance and importance.

Each topic and skill will be delivered by practitioners who bring a rich blend of knowledge and experience to the course.

Anyone looking to book a place, or to find out more information including prices and dates, can visit

Alternatively more information on the Summer Schools can be obtained by calling 01324 403000.