A project that supports children aged 5-13 with one- to- one free tuition in challenging subjects (Maths, English & Science).
The aim of this project is to provide tailor-made non-formal education and homework support to refugees and migrants, children and young people, in order to provide them with all the necessary skills and knowledge and facilitate in this way their smooth integration.
The project is designed to provide day-to-day coverage of the educational needs, through a matrix of classes and activities that will help them achieve their full potentials.
The project will provide:
The types of activities being offered are for example:
ABC to read safely trains and supports young people to volunteer to provide one-to-one peer-mentoring of primary school children who participate in SYIA’s activities who are struggling to read. These peer-mentors are young people service users who have benefited from the ABC to read project before and now are being trained to help others who need additional opportunities to read and access the joys of reading, improving their self-confidence and attitude to learning.
This club runs over the summer, Fun Science Clubs in Sandwell for children aged 6-11yrs. The children take part in lots of activities, themed around science, with fun games and experiments.
This club runs individualised interactive maths tuitions for children aged 5-15 years old.