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Communities Rise with Refugees

Come celebrate Refugee Festival Scotland with us at Kinning Park Complex!


Volunteer Spotlight – Kathryn (ESOL)

Kathryn started volunteering as an ESOL Tutor with Inclusive Homework Club in January 2023. She is currently enrolled in a Master’s course in English Language and Linguistics at the University of Glasgow, and has completed the second year of studies.   Although she had been nurturing her interest in languages both in her personal and


New IT Skills (ICDL) Course Starts!

Yesterday was the first day of our new IT Skills course. This session is the International Computer Driving License (ICDL) course. It’s at SCQF level 5 and is accreddited through the British Computer Society (BCS). Some of the participants enrolled on this course started with us in our SCQF level 3 IT Skills course in


Volunteer Spotlight: ESOL & IT Skills for Integration Project

Billy Shaw is one of the first volunteers who came on board for the ESOL & IT Skills for Integration programme with Inclusive Homework Club. Billy started volunteering at the end of session 2 of our IT Skills course and has continued to volunteer for the current session (session 3) of IT Skills. Billy completed


ESOL & IT Skills for Integration Project Report

Our ESOL & IT Skills for Integration project formally began back in June 2022, though we welcomed our first participants on our IT Skills course in September 2022. In December our project reached the six month mark, which is a great time for reflection and project development. We learned a lot about our project in


Session 3 of Inclusive Homework Club’s IT Skills Course Begins today!

We have a full classroom today for the start of our third IT Skills course. Like our previous two IT Skills courses, this one is run in partnership with Glasgow Clyde College. Our courses are primarily for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, but we have all sorts of people register. The first two sessions were the

Youth Scotland Community Fund

This year we are lucky to have received funding from the Youth Scotland Community Fund to run a three-week sports programme.The sports will include indoor and outdoor activities and many more.We’ll start enrolling people from the 1st of June and It’ll come on a first come first serve basis.

Connecting Scotland

In October, our Digital Support Worker alongside our project Manager worked hard to allocate and distributed 10 Mifi devices with unlimited data for two years and 10 Chromebooks to 10 refugees and asylum-seeking families.

Sports Club

In summer 2021 we received a small grant from the Glasgow City Council to run a sports club. Our service users who come from different parts of Glasgow enjoyed once-a-week sessions of both indoor and outdoor sports. We are looking to be able to provide more of the sports club in the future. 

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