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|Alternative Name||St Clement's Community Centre|
St Clement & St James Community Development Project
Study Support at The Clement James Centre
|Description||The centre provides local educational support where children, young people and adults are inspired to achieve. It provides a mentoring and academic support service for children, young people and also ESOL classes and an IntoWork programme for adults.|
|Address||95 Sirdar Road|
|Telephone||020 7221 8810|
|Fax||020 7221 8810|
|Contact||Silke Mehrgott (Operations Manager)|
|Mailing Address||95 Sirdar Road, |
|Hours||Monday to Friday: 9.30am - 6pm|
|Services||A structured programme of support is provided for young people which includes academic support, a mentoring scheme and subject specific workshops. Free ESOL classes and an IntoWork programme for adults.|
|Languages||English, French, Serbian, Spanish, Polish|
|Transport||Tube: Latimer Road (Hammersmith & City) |
Buses: 7, 52, 94, 295
|Newsletter||Annual report and quarterly newsletters.|
|Fees||There is no charge for most activities apart from the Summer Carnival Arts programme.|
|Special Access Facilities||Ground Floor access with ramp plus disabled toilets.|
|Notes||Telephone 020 7221 8810 for details of on-going programme and special events. The following regular sessions are held:-|
Communicate: English language teaching for all abilities offering a chance to improve your grammar, spoken & written English, reading & listening skills in a friendly & informal setting:
Elementary: Tuesday & Thursday 11.30am to 1pm
Intermediate: Tuesday & Thursday 9.30am to 11.00am
Advanced: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9.30am-12.30pm
It also provides evening classes and a Sunday class for Domestic workers
Academic support(Homework club):
Upper (14-19 Years):
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 4-6pm
Middle (11-13 years):
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 4pm to 5.30pm
Primary (7 - 10 years):
Tuesday, Thursday or Friday: 3.30pm - 5.30pm
Advice and Guidance: Wednesday 4pm-6pm (Help with choosing GCSE's & A Levels, UCAS applications and advice)
For more details contact : Hannah Starr on 020 7221 8801 e-mail: email@example.com
Community Lunch: Wednesday 1pm to 1.45pm
Community Garden containing a range of ecosystems, a meeting area, a pond, a wildflower meadow and a quiet garden area.
Rooms for hire:
A long Hall for small exhibitions, lectures , health and fitness, arts, personal development and other workshops, capacity 50.
A small Meeting Room for round table groups of up to 12.
One classroom with a capacity of 20
A computer Room with nine workstations.
A Small Interview/Counselling Room
Two churches for concerts or musical events.
Also on offer is free employment support which is personalised to each individual's needs and assist in CV writing, job search, free I.T. training, Career Coaching and interview technique
Registered Charity No. 1009253
|Last Updated||03 April 2014|
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