Summer School

With the summer school we aim to improve the chances of children from disadvantaged backgrounds in Barnet and Enfield to adapt to the UK, boost their academic skills by taking advantage of the holiday period.


SUMMER SCHOOL I

 

With the summer school we aim to improve the chances of children from disadvantaged backgrounds in Barnet and Enfield to adapt to the UK, boost their academic skills by taking advantage of the holiday period.

 

We thought that the Sports, Arts, Robotics and Reading clubs which will be delivered each day after the English and Maths lessons would be the ideal first step towards the long term solution of a local problem.

 

This programme will be a game changer and provide these young people with better opportunities in the future by preventing them from joining youth gangs on holiday when parents comparatively have less control over them.

 

Summer School dates are between 24 August and 01 September 2019. A certificate of participation will be handed to each participant at the completion of the programme.

 

Daily Timetable

12:00 – 02 00 English and Reading Club

02:00 – 02: 30 Lunch

02:30 – 04:30 Robotics/ Art/Microbit

04:30 – 05:00 Break

05:00 – 07:00 Sports Court Tennis

 

Register Here:

 

https://forms.gle/85uC93fyWZGy4AzK6

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