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Get Into Sports

Empowering young people through sports and physical activities not only benefits their physical health but also nurtures their mental, emotional, and social well-being. It equips them with valuable life skills, promotes healthy habits, and offers opportunities for personal growth. By investing in their physical empowerment, we invest in their overall development and set the stage for a healthier and brighter future.

1. Support for Young Refugees with Mental Health

By providing comprehensive mental health support for young refugees, this project aims to address the urgent and often overlooked need for psychosocial care in refugee populations. By empowering these young individuals with the tools and support they need to heal and thrive, we contribute to their successful integration into their new communities and improve their long-term well-being.

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2. After School Clubs

Our After-school club plays a vital role in the development and well-rounded education of students. The club provides a safe and structured environment where students can pursue their interests beyond the regular academic curriculum. We offer a wide range of activities, such as sports, arts, music, science, debate, and community service, allowing students to explore their passions, enhance their skills, and discover new talents. By participating in these clubs, service users develop discipline, teamwork, leadership, time management, and problem-solving abilities. We also provide opportunities for service users/students to build friendships, boost self-confidence, and develop a sense of belonging.

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3. Saturday Homework Club

A project that supports children aged 5-13 with one-to-one free tuition in challenging subjects (Maths, English & Science)

The project will provide:

  • Homework support: in coherence with formal education, providing homework support and remedial education through English and mother tongue teachers.

  • Language and life-skills education for out-of-school children, including unaccompanied children: for those who are still on the move and those who are not accessing formal education

  • Early childhood education: much-needed psychosocial support, cognitive and socioemotional development, and school readiness

  • Promotion of parents’ integration: through sensitization, language course (ESOL) and social integration activities

  • Promotion of digital learning and the blended learning approach: through the use of tablets and the piloting of the computer language learning platform

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Through "UNITY"

we aim to empower BME communities to actively participate in social action, address systemic issues, and drive positive change. By providing resources, training, and support, the project seeks to build a sense of agency, resilience, and community cohesion within BME communities while fostering collaboration with stakeholders and advocating for policies that promote equality and social justice.


Youth Empowerment:

  • Develop youth-focused programs that empower young BME individuals to engage in social action, fostering leadership skills, critical thinking, and community involvement.

  • Offer mentorship and training opportunities for youth to lead and implement social action projects that address issues affecting their communities.

  • Create platforms for youth to share their perspectives, raise awareness, and advocate for social change through digital media, artistic expression, and community events.

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