We would like to welcome all Asylum Seekers to Leeds by offering each of you free entry to the Thackray Medical Museum. You will also be able to bring one other adult and two children with you free of charge. All you need to do is show your ARC card to our staff on reception […]
From Leeds Food Aid Network
Come along to our women’s group every Friday – all women welcome!
Shantona Women & Family Service offers a free weekly conversation club for women to work on their English language skills. The club is held every Monday, 10am – 12pm at the centre: Shantona Womens Centre, Shepherds Lane, LS8 5AW Leeds
Dial House @ Touchstone has launched a new support group for men in the Leeds area from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. This is a space to meet each other and share issues and challenges in a safe space and is facilitated by a male staff member and volunteers from a BME background. Every Thursday […]
Ray of Hope are specifically wanting to reach out to and support refugee and asylum seeker communities. What? Homework club aims to help young people with their English and Maths. The weekly class is free and for young people aged 5-17 years. Where? Woodhouse Community Centre, 197 Woodhouse Street, Leeds LS6 2NY When? Fridays 5-6pm. What? […]
Ashiana Support for Survivors of Trafficking STEP: For women not currently receiving support through the National Referral Mechanism In West Yorkshire Ashiana’s STEP Project supports women before and after they enter the NRM, as well as women who do not wish to enter the NRM. This compliments the Salvation Army contract provision and enables us […]
Leeds Refugee Forum timetable April-June 2018. Please call 0113 244 9600 or email [email protected] for more information.
St. Vincent Support Centre runs free community classes for adults (+18). Classes this term include ESOL, IT, Art, Employability and cooking. To Join: If you are interested in joining a class, please come to the next enrolment – Thursday 19th April 2018 and Friday 20th April 2018. If you have any questions, please speak to […]
St Anne’s Adult Learning: Course Information Courses are FREE if you are on benefits, asylum seekers or refugees These are all first step courses to give learners the confidence and skills to do further courses and gain qualifications in future. Courses last 8 weeks and learners will attend one class per week for 2.5 hours. […]
Would you like to set up a mobile creche for your ESOL class and therefore increase student take up? For creches that support classes that are less than two hours there is no requirement for Ofsted inspection. If you would like advice about this process please contact Jayne Grant at [email protected] She will put you in touch with the relevant people to […]