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Association Bulgarian Culture and Education 2016/17 Planner

Bulgarian Language for English speakers: When: 6th October 2016, 7.30pm-9.30pm (every Thursday for 8 weeks) Where: Chapel Lane, Armagh, BT61 7EG Small admin fee may apply  £5 p/p Free Pre-ESOL, English Lessons for Beginners When: 6th October 2016, 7.30pm-9.30pm (every Thursday for 8 weeks) Where: Chapel Lane, Armagh, BT61 7EG Small admin fee may apply £5 p/p Free Monthly Information Sessions for …

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Statutory Guidance For The Operation Of Community Planning

Please see attached link to the Guidance for the Operation of Community Planning. The guidance is designed to assist local government and community planning partners in the implementation of their new duty of Community Planning effective from on 1 April 2015. The guidance  is available online at the DOE website – http://www.doeni.gov.uk/council-guidance-lg2815-community-planning-oct-2015.pdf This guidance is available in alternative formats. Please contact …

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Making Moves North Belfast

Making Moves North Belfast is a project that has been developed by local organisations for the local community of North Belfast. Making Moves aims to provide practical, immediate guidance and support to those who are in need and to prevent homelessness. Making Moves provides a welcoming, comfortable environment where people can access a wide range of services from a number …

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Parents Information Sessions on the Education System

Need advice on supporting your child’s education? Want to know more about the education system in Northern Ireland? BELONG is organising free information sessions on the Education System in Northern Ireland in partnership with Transforming Learning Communities and the Southern Education and Library Board (SELB). TO FIND OUT MORE OR REGISTER: Ring or email Roisin Clements on 028 87741960 or …

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English Language Classes

English Language Classes Bangor, Belfast & Newry Language competence is important in settling and participating in life in Northern Ireland. There are many opportunities to learn and improve English skills for people who do not speak English as their first language. Many classes are starting again after a summer break and EMBRACE has prepared lists of those offered in Bangor, Belfast and …

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Is your childcare up to standard?

Is your childcare up to standard? The Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety has Minimum Standards for Childminding and Day Care for children under age 12. The Southern Trust’s Early Years Service registers and inspects childminders, playgroups day nurseries, crèches, out-of-school clubs, summer schemes and SureStart Programme For Two Year Olds to these Standards. For more information visit: …

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Research Opportunity – Believe in Childcare?

Believe in Childcare? If you can answer YES to ALL of the following statements then we want your views! I am from an ethnic minority community I have a child or children aged 0-12 years old in Northern Ireland I live in the Southern Health and Social Care Trust Area The purpose of this short questionnaire from NICEM and Barnardo’s NI is to investigate …

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Chinese Language School NI

The Chinese Language School was set up by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce  in 1983 in recognition for the Chinese community at that time to support their children to learn Chinese and support their bilingual acquisition of the Chinese and English language.  In the early days, 15 Chinese children first came to the School from across Northern Ireland;  over 30 …

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Mandarin Classes for Adults

Beginners to Advanced level Mandarin classes are available at Chinese Welfare Association, ranging from £50 to £70 for 8 weeks and are on Thursdays and Sundays.  Private tuition and one to one is also available upon request.  Learning Chinese is very popular as the Chinese is one of the influential business trading languages and we are pleased to have a …

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English Classes

English classes are offered at Chinese Welfare Association run by the Belfast Metropolitan College.  Classes are every Wednesday from 10am to 12pm. There are possibilities run more classes but a minimum of 12 people must be registered by the College.  Classes are free to asylum seekers, all others may qualify on lower fees depending on circumstances.  Contact May Ma,  Secretary …

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