Conversation Club/ Reading Club/ Game Club
Our after-class clubs are free drop-in sessions where people can improve their English, make new friends and share their experiences. In addition to our English Classes, we run Reading circle which is accessible to anyone who wants to improve reading comprehension and speaking.
In addition we currently run session every Friday at Central Library for vulnerable women from BME community in order to increase their confidence, skills and knowledge, learn how to deal with sensitive issues such as domestic violence, hate crime, unemployment, debts and other issues. Please follow us on FB ( click here ), alternatively please submit a form below with your details and we will send you a link via email.
A free stay-and-play group for families and children, every Saturday from 10am to 12pm & 12:30pm to 2:30pm. We offer advice and guidance sessions to parents on the issues related to integration, including but not limited on following areas : housing, education, health, and employment. Throughout the Year we offer following services as a part of our creative play and learn sessions: Trips to seaside and London, Easter event, Autumn Fun, and Winter special celebrations. Please follow our FB for the latest updates.
The Stepping Stones project launched on the 1st of April 2019 as part of the larger Pathways to Integration project. The Stepping Stones project is a 1-to-1 mentoring program designed to support women who wish to progress with their lives. Our Support Workers provide women who have enrolled in the Stepping Stones project by giving them tailored advice, specific to each woman's individual needs. Through the Stepping Stones project, women can move forward with their employment and education ambitions. They can also develop their confidence and skills.
To become a part of the project, we ask women to complete a Personal Development Plan. The PDP is split into three sections. The 'About You' section asks women to share a few details about their background and their ambitions. A Support Worker then assists the woman with filling in a 'Schedule', helping the individual to recognise and set long-term targets. The individual is responsible for filling in the 'Diary' section, where they briefly record the progress that they make.
For more information about the project, please call our office on 01279 639442.
Throughout the year we organise and deliver various activities and events such as Multicultural Food Day, Diversity Day, International Women’s Day, Black History Month event, Family Play Day and social trips to seaside and other destinations.