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  1. (Kings Cross and Brunswick Neighbourhood Association) Chadswell Healthy Living Centre

    Community centre activities. Wide range of community classes including fitness, healthy eating, sewing etc. After school homework club for Bangladeshi and Chinese children. Many special groups for older people, Bengali speakers and Chinese people. Also have a Somali speaking worker. Victims of race/faith hate crime can report it on this number and the staff will pass the information to the police.

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  2. Abbey Community Centre

    We run programmes for over 50s, these include: Community Time Camden (CTC), CHAPS, Kilburn Good Neighbours and Primrose Hill Neighbours Help. ACC run an under 5's drop in, a community education service which includes a class teaching English for speakers of other languages and a sewing class and an advice and self help service which includes groups for recovering alcoholics and other substance abusers. ACC also run a Health and Exercise service, a computer drop in and a service for young people which includes Tae Kwon Do sessions and Piano classes. Please visit the website for more details.

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  3. Abilitynet

    AbilityNet exists to change the lives of disabled people by helping them to use digital technology at work, at home or in education.

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  4. Aboh Mbaise Union UK

    We promote African culture and tradition. Provides social activities and teaches the Igbo language and culture every first Sunday of every month at St Pancras Community Centre. Please call the above number or email if you would like to attend these activities.

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  5. Ad Parnassum (Geyer Productions Ltd)

    a not for profit organisation in high end drama working with young people.

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  6. Afghan Community in Camden

    Run supplementary schools and youth clubs including language classes for young people in Dari, Pushto and Arabic, classes about Afghan culture, support with National Curriculum core subjects for Afghan students, art, drama, music, sport and other physical activities, ESOL classes for adults. Also provide social opportunities for parents and carers, advice and guidance surgery, translation/interpreting, Afghan link workers to Camden schools to support Afghan students and parents.

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  7. Africa Advocacy Foundation

    Africa Advocacy Foundation is a community-based charity that works to improve the welfare of disadvantaged people by promoting access to services e.g health, education, employment and other opportunities..AAF has over 16 years experience of supporting disadvantaged individuals and families from diverse communities in London. We work with a range of local partners, service providers, professionals, communities and funders to deliver appropriate and timely interventions for our beneficiaries.

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  8. African Educational Trust

    Advice on education and training for African students in the UK. Carries out and supports research studies into the needs of refugees and students from Africa. provides grants and scholarships to African students

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  9. Afro Congolese Women Organisation & Development

    Provides help, support and direction for African women in need. Services include help to get skills, qualifications, training, employment and advice. Also assists the children of African women to get education support and advice.

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  10. After School Club (Castlehaven Community Centre)

    The Castlehaven After School & Holiday Club provides a range of fun, exciting, age appropriate activities for 5 - 12 year olds, between 3.30pm – 6pm term time with extended hours during school holidays. The programme is varied and often includes arts and crafts, sports activities such as football, homework support, cooking, drama and learning opportunities such as computer skills and radio broadcasting.

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  11. Agar Childrens Centre

    Children's Centres in Camden provide services for children under five and their families. They are organised on a locality basis and provide a range of services including childcare and education, family support, outreach and home visiting, community based health services and advice on training, employability and benefits.

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  12. Algerian British Connection

    The Algerian British Connection is here to help the Algerian community get together to foster cultural links between the British community, to help support the Algerian community and promote Algerian arts, culture and traditions. Also develop cultural and educational activities to benefit the local community as a whole. This group is here to help inform the Algerian community of any social events happening regarding the Algerian community. Its an opportunity for us to voice our opinions and concerns regarding Algerians living in London and Algeria.

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  13. American International Church

    AMERICAN CHURCH. An interdenominational church which welcomes people of all nationalities. Varied activities offered with creches. The Doorstep Ministry runs a soup kitchen Mon,Tues,Thurs, Sat 10:00-12:00 pm.

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  14. Auden Place Community Nursery

    Auden Place Community Nursery is a homely and welcoming nursery situated in the heart of Primrose Hill, Camden NW1.

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  15. Bengali Education Centre

    Bengali mother-tongue supplementary school. Teaches Bengali, Islamic Studies, Mathematics, Science, Cultural Activities and Sports on Sundays from 10 - 2 PM.

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  16. Bengali Parent And Tenant's Association

    Runs Bengali mother tongue and Quranic Arabic classes as well as maths, science and English. Supplementary school classes are open to all children on the regents Park estate. Celebrates religious festivals and can provide religious information and talks.

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  17. Bengali Womens Forum

    We are a voluntary organisation based in Camden but serving the interests of women from deprived communities and their families, locally and nationally. Our purpose and our role is to provide advice and information on welfare rights, debt, employment, and health issues as well as representation, advocacy and translation services. We promote the valuable contribution women make in the communities they live in and seek to empower more of them to do so through educational, training and employment services. We run a supplementary school to facilitate and support the education of children and younger people from poorer backgrounds, those with learning disabilities and those with special needs. We run a registered youth football team and facilitate sports and recreational services. We engage with women in the communities through events, seminars and workshops and seek to address their concerns to ensure their rights and responsibilities.

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  18. Bengali Workers' Association

    Bengali Workers’ Association was founded in 1976 to work for the development of the local communities, in particular the Bengali community. BWA provides employment and training advice, support to older people, enabling them to find out about their local services, community education such as Bengali language classes for young people, a Surma Youth Club, enabling young people to take part in a range of activities and a Welfare and Benefits Advice Service. Please visit the website for more information.

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  19. Betknowmore UK

    We provide support and mentoring services to help tackle issues around problematic gambling. Our first service is called ACT - a tailored mentoring programme for one-to-one support.

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  20. Bismillahi Academy

    Supplementary School

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  21. Bright Horizon Solutions

    The Bright Horizons passion and enthusiasm for providing high-quality care isn’t just common knowledge within our own business – we’ve also gained some impressive accolades from external sources.

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  22. British Albanian Muslim Community

    British Albanian Muslim Community answers the need for a dynamic and active existing Muslim Community who is looking for better understanding of Islam. The organization will provide services to the community for congregational prayers, facilities for women, education for children and a funeral service.

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  23. Business in the Community

    We are a business-led charity focused on promoting responsible business practice.

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  24. CAB Housebound Service

    Camden Citizens Advice Bureaux Service (CCABS) is an independent organisation and is a member of Citizens Advice (The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux).

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  25. Camden Arabic Association

    TO ADVANCE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN AGED 4-16 YEARS OF AGE IN LONDON THROUGH THE PROVISION OF SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION IN PARTICULAR BUT NOT LIMITED TO TEACHING ENGLISH AND MATHS AND TO ADVANCE ADULT EDUCATION IN BRITISH CULTURE AND HISTORY.

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  26. Camden Black Parents And Teachers' Association

    The CarAf Centre, also known as Camden Black Parents and Teachers Association was set up in 1980 and has been delivering a range of educational support services in the London Borough of Camden to disadvantaged communities.

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  27. Camden City of Sanctuary (Free Computer Classes for Refugees and Migrants)

    We have 10 computers available, on a fortnightly basis, for an hour and a half at Swiss Cottage Library for refugees/asylum seekers looking to learn basic computer skills. This is free of charge. Please contact David with the email above if you would like to reserve a computer.

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  28. Camden ITEC

    Camden ITeC is well-established within north and central London as a respected provider of community-based vocational training services.

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  29. Camden People First

    We support people with learning difficulties living or working in the London borough of Camden through services which enable people with learning difficulties to obtain their full rights and privileges as citizens. We advance and promote the education of self advocacy for people with learning difficulties and educate the public on their needs.

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  30. Camden Somali Cultural Centre

    We are a Somali run community charity based in Kilburn, North West London.

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  31. Camden Town Methodist Church

    The Islington and Camden Mission Circuit is one of forty-one circuits in the London District of the Methodist Church. The principal area we serve is the Borough of Islington north of Highbury Corner and the Borough of Camden around Camden Town and Kentish Town. Bible Stories are taught on Sunday at 11:30am for children aged from 5 to 16 years.

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  32. Cara Trust

    We're here to support and improve the lives of people living with HIV who might need a little extra help. We try to target our limited resources on those people who might need us the most - because of poverty, ill-health, isolation or old age.

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  33. Central YMCA

    We champion the benefits of health-based activity through advocacy, education and direct delivery

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  34. Christchurch Primary School

    The Christian Faith is at the heart of our school community. At Christ Church we care for each other and learn together.

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  35. Christian Association of Italian Workers

    Enaip, the educational branch of ACLI (Christian Association of Italian Workers), has been operating in Italy, Europe and in some non-European countries in the field of vocational training since 1974. Enaip offers a wide range of services in continuing education, with the support and help of public and private institutions, both Italian and foreign.

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  36. Collingham Gardens Nursery

    Collingham Gardens Nursery is a community nursery (independent charity, part-funded by Camden LA) that provides full-time daycare for 48 weeks a year.

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  37. Collingham Nursery

    Service Offered: Day Nursery (Voluntary / Not for Profit Owned), Open all year, Full Day Care

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  38. Common Purpose

    Common Purpose is an independent, international leadership development organisation. We give people from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors the inspiration, skills and connections to become better leaders at work and in society. We develop their ability to work together, innovate and to thrive in different cultures - this helps people, organisations, cities and regions to succeed.

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  39. Communities into Training and Employment (CITE)

    CITE helps people to gain employment or to increase their employability as they progress towards employment. We also help people to continue to develop their skills in the workplace and to progress to their next job. All of our services are driven and structured with job retention and job progression goals in mind, so we have two customers: the individual and the recruiting employer.

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  40. Coram Fields

    Coram's Fields is a unique seven acre playground and park for children and young people living in or visiting London.

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  41. Cricklewood Homeless Concern

    CHC is about supporting change, it is about offering opportunities for positive change.

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  42. Czech School Without Borders

    The Czech School without Borders, London, is a charity and a company limited by guarantee whose purpose is to promote education in the language, history, geography, art, culture and heritage the Czech Republic. The school was originally founded as a small art club for Czech-speaking pre-school children by the artist Zuzana Jungmanova in October 2007. Zuzana has a long-standing interest in creative art activities and working with bilingual children. In 2009 the initiative developed into the Kids’ Art Club and the same year the Czech School without Borders, London, was established as a part of an international project Czech School without Borders which has branches in Paris, Berlin, Munich, Brussels and Zurich.

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  43. Dance Around the World (CIC)

    Dance Around The World is a community arts’ organisation dedicated to promoting awareness of and participation in the folk arts in general and traditional dance in particular.

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  44. Directory of Social Change

    Our independent status and well respected research means we can challenge and create debate around government policy, trust funding, and other issues which threaten the independence of smaller charities. We are in touch with over 20,000 charities annually through our conferences and training on fundraising, management, organisational and personal development, communication, finance and law.We also publish a wide variety of resources for charities, including our well known UK fundraising guides, directories and websites. We were started in 1974 and our 45 staff are based in London and Liverpool.

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  45. Disability Times Trust

    TRAINING, INFORMATION, ADVICE AND GUIDANCE ON EMPLOYABILITY MATTERS FOR DISABLED PEOPLE, EX-OFFENDERS AND OTHER DISADVANTAGED MEMBERS OF SOCIETY.

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  46. East African Educational Support Groups

    Running supplementary schoolsResearching for new project in rehabilitation & employment

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  47. Ecole Primaire L'ile Aux Enfants

    Independent french nursery & primary school

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  48. Edith Neville Childrens Centre

    Edith Neville is a thriving, friendly school dedicated to the success of its children. We are a community school committed to serving all families in the local area. This is an inclusive school, reflecting the rich diversity of families in our locality. It is also a school situated in the heart of London, with all the opportunities and challenges that face people living, working and learning in a world-class city.

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  49. Education Action International

    Education Action International provides support and advice on education and employment as well as advocating for the rights of refugees and asylum seekers.

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  50. Eleanor Palmer Primary School

    We are a one form entry (30 children per year group) state funded community primary school for ages 3 -11, in the London Borough of Camden. We are a happy, ambitious and inclusive school, reflecting the rich diversity of families in our area.

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  51. Elfrida Rathbone Camden

    Elfrida Rathbone Camden works to achieve independence, empowerment and personal development for disabled people, children and young people, parents and families.

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  52. Endangered Bodies

    women and body image

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  53. Enheduanna Society

    educational charity devoted to popularising the literature of ancient Iraq through storytelling

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  54. Ethical Pup

    Reporting / Whistleblowing charity fighting against animal torture and neglect

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  55. Ethiopian Welfare Action Group

    Working through a range of services and in alliance with others, the association seeks to empower those living in poverty and disadvantage, especially but not exclusively Ethiopian refugees and people of African origin, to enable them to take positive action themselves to improve the quality of their lives.

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  56. Evelyn Oldfield Unit

    THE EVELYN OLDFIELD UNIT IS AN INDEPENDENT, NON-PARTISAN, MEMBERSHIP BASED, CHARITABLE ORGANISATION, WITH THE AIM TO PROVIDE, DEVELOP AND COORDINATE SPECIALIST AID AND SUPPORT SERVICES FOR ESTABLISHED REFUGEE ORGANISATIONS IN ORDER TO INCREASE THEIR CAPACITY AND POTENTIAL FOR MEETING THE NEEDS OF THEIR COMMUNITIES.

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  57. Federation of Italian Workers and Families

    The organisation is established in particular for the italian community in the london borough of islington to advance education in the italian language and culture and to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation or leisure time Occupation with the object of improving the conditions of life of such persons.

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  58. Fine Tutors

    We provide a GCSE Tutors for subjects including English, Maths, and Science. We can also provide tutors for general GCSE tuition to build confidence, target problem areas, stretch gifted children, help with GCSE exam technique, develop study skills. Our GCSE tutor is experienced in the GCSE curriculum and able to meet the challenges of tutoring GCSEs. So if your child is having difficulties in any particular area or simply needs to build confidence our GCSE tuition will be able to help.

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  59. Gong Fu Tea Ceremony Culture

    With the aim to bridge culture gap and contribute to communities of diverse backgrounds, we provide Gong Fu Tea Ceremony at events and workshops.

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  60. Grandparents Association

    The Grandparent's Association has been working with and for grandparents to achieve positive outcomes for their grandchildren for decades.

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  61. Hampden Children's Centre

    Children's Centres in Camden provide services for children under five and their families. They are organised on a locality basis and provide a range of services including childcare and education, family support, outreach and home visiting, community based health services and advice on training, employability and benefits. This base provides early education and childcare places for children 0-5 years old. Also provides nursery care for 3-5 year olds 'wrapped around' their shorter nursery or pre-school education day and for the full day during school holidays. After-school club and holiday playscheme for 5-8 year olds. Application and registration forms are available at the centre. Has a toy library.

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  62. Hindu Centre

    Hall hosting religious, social, welfare, cultural and educational activities held by different Hindu groups. Hall available to similar/related organisations (essentially non smoking and vegetarian).

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  63. Holly Lodge Playgroup

    Camden Playgroup

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  64. Hua Hsia Chinese School

    Hua Hsia Chinese School offers a wide range of Mandarin Chinese language courses for children and adults of all levels. We offer day, evening and weekend classes all specifically suited to the needs of our students. Since 2001, we have taught more than 2000 children and adults aged between 3 and 90 to speak and write Mandarin. We also offer private tuition and educare service to cater for busy people or for younger students.

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  65. Humanitarian Assistance Development Organisation

    THE CHARITY PROVIDES SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION TO YOUNG PEOPLE UP TO THE AGE OF 18 YEARS. THE ORGANISATION ALSO PROVIDES SOCIAL WELFARE HELP AND SUPPORT TO OVER 50'S MEN AND WOMEN ORIGINALLY FROM THE HORN OF AFRICA LIVING IN THE LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN, ISLINGTON, AND BARNET.

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  66. ICYE UK (Inter-Cultural Youth Exchange)

    Inter-Cultural Youth Exchange (ICYE UK) is an ethical international volunteering charity and was established in 1993 to work in the field of intercultural learning and youth empowerment.

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  67. Institute of Education, University of London

    Founded in 1902, as a teacher training college in London, the IOE is now a world-class research and teaching institution. Our distinguished history and current mission are rooted in a commitment to social justice. We know that education transforms lives – and so do our supporters.

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  68. Irish Chaplaincy

    We are a leading and innovative charity that provides high quality services and support to excluded, vulnerable and isolated Irish emigrants in Britain.

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  69. Ivorian & African French Speaking Women Action Group (IFRANS WAG)

    Social inclusion for communities who are excluded from society due to language barriers, poor education or skills attainment; family breakdown and poor housing. Advances education for the benefit of the public and provides after-school clubs. Advances the Christian faith to bring unity, harmony and love in religion mainly. Teaches African Street Dance - Instruments (Balafon, Guitar, Piano, Keyboard, African Drums) on Saturdays for children aged 5 to 19 years from 2 pm to 4 pm.

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  70. Jems Tuition

    JEMS Tuition is dedicated to helping children reach their full potential. We sincerely believe that every child has the gift to excel but often falls short due to small gaps in their knowledge. This is where we come in. Our personalised and high quality tutoring enables every child to succeed at school and beyond.

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  71. Jobs in Mind

    Jobs in Mind supports recovery from mental health problems, which are a major factor involved in problems at work, risk of job loss and prolonged unemployment.

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  72. Keats Community Library

    Keats Community Library ("KCL") is a volunteer-run registered charity at 10 Keats Grove, London NW3 operated by the community. In March 2012, KCL took over the then Heath Library from Camden Council who no longer provide any support.

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  73. Kentish Town Church of England Primary School

    Our school is a diverse London primary, which serves the inner-city community of Kentish Town. We are a very cohesive and inclusive school and we aim to ensure that every member of our school community is equally valued.

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  74. Kentish Town Somali Welfare Association

    Mother tongue and ESOL classes, homework club, youth sports, women's group, training, advice and guidance. Supplementary school at Queens Crescent Community Centre, please ring for details.

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  75. Kilburn Grange Children Centre

    Children's Centre/Nursery

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  76. King Fahad Project

    Community organisation

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  77. Kordofan Development Foundation

    Provides assistance to people of Sudanese origin with education, employment, representation, counselling, translation and interpreting services.

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  78. Latin American House

    Latin American House (formerly known as Latin American Association) was established in 1983 and is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee. They aim to provide space and support for Latin Americans, Spanish and Portuguese speakers in London as well as for other communities in the local area of Kilburn where they are based. Latin American House provide Legal and Social Advice on family, employment and immigration and benefits, a children's nursery and other community learning such as computer and English classes.

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  79. Learning and Development Centre

    Supplementary classes in Maths, English and ICT for children and young people aged 6-16 on Saturdays and after school; drop-in open-learning or use of computer facilities, internet access and online services for local disadvantaged people (Mon-Fri). Hall/room hire to run training, classes and workshops with the capacity of 30 people, available Mon-Fri 9.30am-7pm and Sun 10am-6pm, with the facilities and resources:15 PCs, Internet access, tables, chairs, whiteboards, projector, photocopier and printers. April 2013 - LDC is currently looking for local partners providing supplementary classes, IT/ESOL training courses and workshops to share and use LDC learning centre and its resources during weekdays (Mon-Fri)and possibly Sun.

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  80. Lithos Pre-School

    Lithos Pre-school is an established childcare service located in London and managed by the Pre-school Learning Alliance. At Lithos Pre-school we have created a fun, stimulating, learning environment offering Part time sessions for young children.

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  81. London Development Education Centre

    Supports young people by running educational workshops.

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  82. London West End Women's Institute

    London West End WI is part of the National Federation of Women's Insititute, the largest voluntary organisation for women in the UK. If you want to join, please meet us on the third Wednesday of every month from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm in: Upper Vestry Room, St George's Bloomsbury, 6 Little Russell Street, London WC1A 2HR.

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  83. London Youth

    We're here to support and challenge young people, whatever their background and whoever they are, to reach their full potential.

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  84. Many Lives One Heart

    There are an estimated 100 million street children in the world. Over 2 billion people suffer from Hepatitis worldwide. In tribal areas of South Asia, less than 7% of people are literate. What we aim to do is to provide medical care for those in extreme poverty and increase awareness against life threatening illnesses. MLOH Promote education amongst women and children as well as housing and education for orphans and street children.

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  85. Mary Ward Centre

    The Mary Ward Centre is London’s Adult Education College with a difference. Our central London location makes it easily accessible, and students will enjoy the experience of working in a beautiful Grade II listed Georgian building in the calm surroundings of Queen Square.

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  86. Maximus

    Established in 1975, MAXIMUS is a global company and a leading provider to governments and corporate clients around the world. We currently employ more than 18,000 professionals to deliver health and employment services solutions and large-scale business process outsourcing capabilities. Our operations in the UK include more than 3,500 staff delivering employment, disability and health support and services to more than 1 million people a year.

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  87. Meretz UK ( otherwise known as Meretz-Yachad )

    A Socialist-Zionist movement supporting the Meretz-Yachad party in Israel which has the general aims of advancing democracy, promoting peace in the Middle East, supporting human rights and equality between all sectors of Israeli society. In addition Meretz-Yachad UK is a centre for Jewish culture and teaching of Hebrew. Holds events and talks, raising awareness of peace and human rights as well as Jewish festival celebrations. Hall for hire.

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  88. Migrants Resource Centre

    The MRC offers a range of free services to support migrants, refugees and asylum seekers on their journey towards integration into their host society. By supporting them to develop their skills and understand their rights and responsibilities, we enable them to fully participate in and contribute to that society. We provide a safe place in which users are able to learn, to meet with others, to speak out for a better world and to move on feeling stronger.

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  89. Minority Matters

    Minority Matters is a supplementary school for children from disadvantaged backgrounds. They offer children further educational support to achieve success in English, Mathematics and Science. Their focus is on students from KS1 to A-levels. They believe that every child can achieve their full potential, provided that they get the right support at the right time. As every child is an individual with different learning needs, their service is led by tailored approaches, which suit the individual students’ abilities.

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  90. Montpelier Nursery

    Montpelier Nursery

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  91. National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education

    The National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education is now an independent charity, registration number 1150621. Our focus remains firmly on voluntary, developmental and peer-assessed quality assurance for the supplementary education sector.

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  92. Netley School

    We welcome both you and your child to Netley Primary School. Netley, like so many schools in the inner city, is a multi-cultural school. We reflect this in our curriculum and in the values we seek to encourage. We look forward to sharing with you your child's education and welfare. We trust that your child will have many happy, successful and rewarding years at Netley.

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  93. Nordof Robbins Music Therapy Centre

    Nordoff Robbins is the UK's leading provider of music therapy services. Our trained network of music therapists work with people of all ages and with a range of conditions. We deliver over 50,000 music therapy sessions per year in care homes, day centres, hospitals, schools and our own centres. We are also developing a range of other music and health projects aimed at bringing music to more and more people in local communities.

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  94. North West Islamic Cultural Centre

    Operates in the London boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Harrow and Camden. Works with people from Somalia to improve their education and provides a place of worship and an opportunity to study religion.

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  95. One O'Clock Club (also known as the Peggy Jay Centre and the Ten O'Clock Club)

    Indoor arts and crafts, education and play facilities and outdoor play area. Morning sessions run Mon-Fri 10am-11.50am by Queens Crescent Community Association; afternoon sessions run 1pm-3.45pm by City of London. Outside play area remains open until 4pm. Club based in a building on the path in Parliament Hill Fields beside the railway line between the Lido and Athletics track. Morning sessions are charged; free entry to afternoon sessions. Phone for prices.

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  96. Oromo Women Association UK

    The purpose of OWA UK is to promote, preserve and protect the physical and mental health of Oromo women by seeking to advance education about female genital mutilation, domestic violence and stereotypes and to advocate ending the bad practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

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  97. Pascal Theatre Company

    Pascal Theatre Company registered as a Charity in 1985 and reaches out to those living on the margins in order to give them a voice. Productions have ranged from new writing locally, nationally and internationally to site-specific heritage works and continual drama workshops for the underprivileged. We have also widened from theatre to using film in our projects.

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  98. Peel Centre

    The Peel Institute is a charity founded in the 19th century, serving the diverse communities of the Islington, City of London and Camden areas of London. The Peel Institute aims to work with local communities to promote and provide opportunities and facilities for recreation, education, and the advancement of the social, economic, physical and mental wellbeing of those most in need with the aim of enabling long term sustainable improvements on significant issues affecting their quality of life.

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  99. Philadelphia Association

    THE PHILADELPHIA ASSOCIATION was founded in 1965 by R. D. Laing and colleagues in order to challenge established ways of thinking about and treating mental distress. For more than fifty years we have offered an open-minded alternative approach to psychotherapy that is unique in Britain.

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  100. Plot 10 Community Play Project and After School and Breakfast Club

    Community play project running breakfast club and after school club, holiday playschemes and a girls club for 9-14 year olds. Breakfast club has drop off service at Edith Neville, Saint Mary, Saint Pancras CE School and Saint Aloysius RC Infant and Junior Schools. Provides a varied and nutritious breakfast, quiet play, basic sports activities, access to IT and help with homework. After school club has collection service from the same schools. Activities include arts and crafts, football, table tennis, music, cooking.

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  101. Polyglot Club of Languages

    Whatever your language level or your nationality, our language exchange social network will allow you to practice different languages, online or offline, while you make new friends and discover new cultures.

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  102. Positive Action for Somali Women Association

    To promote the benefit of Somali women in Camden, London and the surrounding areas, in particular those who are first generation refugees by the advancement of education and training; the relief of poverty, sickeness and distress; the promotion of good health; and the provision of recreational facilities in the interests of social welfare with the object of improving their conditions of life.

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  103. Praise Christian Worship Centre based at Sidings Community Centre

    Praise Christian Centre is an independent full gospel church. A family church whose goal is to bring people to Jesus and to guide them by biblical instruction into the purpose for which God has created them! There is a vibrant, fun-loving and welcoming atmosphere where people from all walks of life are accepted, embraced and valued. The ministry aims to empower individuals by encouraging them to utilize their God-given talents, skills and abilities to serve their families, the (local) body of believers and ultimately, the wider community. Praise Christian Centre run services of worship at Sidings Community Centre.

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  104. Pushkin House

    Pushkin House is the UK's oldest independent Russian cultural centre. Founded in 1954 in a house in Notting Hill by a group of émigré Russian friends, led by Maria Mikhailovna Kullmann (Zernova), their aim was to create a welcoming meeting-place: ‘for the enjoyment, understanding and promotion of Russian culture in all its forms, and for the exchange of views in a lively, informal atmosphere, with freedom of speech a core principle’.

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  105. Qalam Education Resource Centre

    Qalam Relief and education is charity based in the United Kingdom. We focus on mainly education in UK. We have recently established Qalam Islamic Centre London Kilburn high road. We have madrasa Qur’an after school, and we are planning to offer children tuition for weekends.

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  106. Rainbow Nursery

    established as a private nursery since September 1991 and are registered with Ofsted Early Years to accommodate children from the ages of 3 months to 4 years.

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  107. Ransackers Association

    An educational adventure for older people to achieve learning in later life.

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  108. Rashidun Supplementary Schools

    Our Camden campus is in The Camden School for Girls. Catering for boys and girls, aged 5 to 15, we have a maximum capacity of 300 students and spaces fill up fast. Apply early to secure your child’s place. Students are accepted on a first come, first served basis.

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  109. Regents Park Somali Welfare Association

    Advocacy sessions covering form filling, interpreting, housing, welfare, education and outreach services. Drop-in: Wed 10am-12noon. No appointment required. Primarily Somali speakers, but can offer support in English.

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  110. Richard Reeves Foundation

    The Foundation makes grants to a small number of partner organisations to help young people in our area of benefit (London boroughs of Islington and Camden as well as the City) through education and training.

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  111. Rotary Club of St Pancras

    Rotary is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional, and community leaders. Members of Rotary clubs, known as Rotarians, provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

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  112. Rustam Iranian School

    Teaches Farsi, Persian (GCSE, GCE, IB), Dance, Drama, Singing, Arts & Sports on Saturdays from 12.30am – 5.30pm.

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  113. Scene and Heard

    Scene & Heard is committed to the children of Somers Town, to improving their prospects and providing an environment where they can have fun, learn and grow.

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  114. Shadow Women's Centre

    Provides support to people of a particular racial or ethnic origin. Helps with education and employment, the relief of poverty, health, accomodation and housing, advocacy and advice and information.

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  115. Share International

    Share International is a worldwide network of individuals and groups whose purpose is to make known the fact that Maitreya ― the World Teacher for the coming age ― and his group, the Masters of Wisdom, are now among us, emerging into the public arena ― gradually, so as not to infringe human free will.

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  116. Shir Hayim

    Welcome to Shir Hayim – your local friendly Reform Jewish Community in Hampstead. Where the sacred is greeted with song.

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  117. Sington Nursery

    Nursery

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  118. SOAS Students Union

    Students get to take part in activities such as sports clubs and video clubs. Each student is allocated an Academic Advisor and each year they set out their educational priorities.

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  119. Soho Family Centre

    We work with communities and parents to enrich and extend children’s learning, so that each child is the best they can be. Please visit the website to look for nurseries in Camden.

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  120. Somali Community Development Trust

    The Somali Community Development Trust (SCDT) was established in 2002 and registered as a charity and a company limited by guarantee in 2004. The aim of our organisation is to provide help and support to the Somali community, in particular those in our community who are vulnerable.

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  121. Somali Community Relief Association

    THE ASSOCIATION IS ESTABLISHED IN PARTICULAR FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SOMALI COMMUNITY. TO :(1)ADVANCE EDUCATION (2)RELIEVE POVERTY IN PARTICULAR BY THE PROVISION OF ADVICE, ASSISTANCE AND COUNSELLING (3)PROVIDE OR ASSIST IN THE PROVISION OF FACILITIES IN THE INTERESTS OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THEIR CONDITIONS OF LIFE.

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  122. Somali Education & Development Agency

    Employment and training information advice and guidance, job brokerage support, job search support, supplementary school for children from the age of 5-18. Parenting courses (strengthening families and strengthening Communities parenting programme), ESOL Courses up to level 3, SIA security courses, forklift courses and many other skills courses.

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  123. Somali Education & Development Agency Saturday School

    Somali Education and Development Agency (SEDAC) Saturday Supplementary School

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  124. Somali Organisation Change 4 Life

    Extra curriculum classes

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  125. Somali Sports & Education Service

    (A) TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF PERSONS, IN PARTICULAR THOSE WHO ARE SOMALIAN OR OF SOMALI DESCENT, WHO LIVE OR WORK IN THE LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS ('THE AREA OF BENEFIT') (B.) TO PROVIDE FACILITIES FOR THE EDUCATION, RECREATION AND OTHER LEISURE TIME OCCUPATION OF FOR THE SAID PERSONS IN THE INTEREST OF SOCIAL WELFARE WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE"

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  126. Somali Supplementary Schools

    British Somali Community is a woman led Refugee Community Organisation set up by and for members of the Somali Community in Camden, some of the poorest and most disadvantaged residents of the borough. It seeks to make a significant improvement in their lives by addressing the educational and recreational needs of Somali children and young people and the health and training needs Somali women and the Somali elderly.

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  127. Somali Youth Counseling And Rehabilitation Action Group

    Outreach work with young people. Seeking premises for a young Somali people's social centre. Particularly concerned about the use the drug Khat. Run a Supplementary School at St Pancras Community Centre, 30 Camden Street, NW1, Sat 10am-3pm. Also run a homework club Sat-Sun, for childrend aged 8-16, covering English, Maths and Scienc

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  128. Somali Youth Development Resource Centre

    Somali Youth Development Resource Centre (SYDRC) was established in September 2000 as a federation of 5 main Somali organisations in the London Borough of Camden.

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  129. Somali Youth UK Heritage

    Advancement of education and the promotion of positive role models and integration with Somali youths.

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  130. Somers Town Bengali Cultural Association

    Activities include mother-tongue supplementary school for children aged 5-16 and cultural activities and information provision for children and adults. Parent body: Begali Education Centre

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  131. South Place Ethical Society

    Based at Conway Hall, London, the South Place Ethical Society is the oldest freethought community in the world. It was founded in 1793 as a dissenting congregation and for more than two centuries has been a focus for serious discussion of basic ethical principles. By 1888 SPES had rejected the existence of God and became an Ethical Society, the only one which now survives. SPES is now an educational charity and maintains a proud tradition of free enquiry in all areas of thought and action. It arranges many talks, courses and seminars for members and interested non-members as well as the famous seasons of Sunday chamber music concerts.

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  132. Southern African Children & Family Welfare Association

    Southern African Children & Family Welfare Associations charitable objectives are to relieve sickness and advance education amongst southern african children, families and carers affected by HIV/AIDS. They help people in South Africa by delivering food and medical aid to people affected by war and educating them on sexual health. They assist young African people living in the London boroughs of Camden, Haringey, Hackney and Islington by providing them with counselling and other physical and educational activities so they can advance in life and develop their skills.

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  133. Speech, Language and Hearing Centre

    The Speech, Language and Hearing Centre at Christopher Place is for babies and children under five who have hearing impairment, delay in speech, language and communication.

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  134. St Aloysius Catholic Junior School

    At St Aloysius' Catholic Junior School we aim to provide a curriculum that engages and motivates pupils, with creativity and purpose at the heart of all learning.

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  135. St Aloysius Nursery

    Nursery

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  136. St Mungo's (Birkenhead Street)

    We provide a bed and support to more than 2,500 people a night who are either homeless or at risk, and work to end homelessness and rebuild lives. We support men and women through more than 250 projects including emergency, hostel and supportive housing projects, advice services, specialist physical and mental health services and skills and work services.

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  137. Sudanese Children In Need

    Promote charitable purpose for benefit of person of Sudanese origin, particularly children, young people and parents by: advancing their education and training; relieving those who are in need by reason of their poverty and sickness; to promote good health; provision of facilities for recreation or other leisure time. Occupation in the interest of social welfare with the object of improving the condition of life of the persons of Sudanese origin.

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  138. Sunshine Day Nursery (previously known as Kuumba Holiday Playscheme)

    The Sunshine Day Nursery provides a stimulating child care environment, developed to meet the individual needs of parents as well as their children. The Sunshine Day Nursery is dedicated to ensuring that every child achieves to their fullest potential. At Sunshine Day Nursery we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver a high level of early year’s childcare and education to all our children. Our nursery environment will focus on encouraging children’s independence and choice, to support their learning. We encourage exploration, investigation and enjoyment through freedom of choice, child centred activities and adult support and interaction.

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  139. The Camden Future First Network

    We raise aspirations of 14-19 year olds in state schools in Camden. We do this by bringing in former students who are now in jobs and careers

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  140. The Caraf Centre

    The Caraf Centre, also known as Camden Black Parents and Teachers Association was set up in 1980 and has been delivering a range of educational support services in the London Borough of Camden to disadvantaged communities. The organisation hosts the Mandela Supplementary School which teaches academic subjects to BMER local children.

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  141. The Glory of the Lords Choir

    Works with disadvantaged children and black and minority ethnic people by providing them with access to sports, helping them with education so they get good grades at school and taking them on outings. The Glory of the Lords Choir advances the appreciation of the art of choral singing through doing public concerts and recitals.

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  142. The Minster Centre

    The Minster Centre provides professional training in counselling and psychotherapy, and a range of community-based therapy services.

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  143. The Montessori Society AMI (UK)

    The Montessori Society aims to inform teachers and parents about Montessori and its practice.

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  144. The Research Centre for Transcultural Studies in Health

    Transcultural Studies in Health is the study and research of cultural diversities and similarities in health and illness as well as their underpinning societal and organisational structures, in order to understand current knowledge and contribute to its future development in a culturally responsive way.

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  145. Training Link

    Training Link (TL) is a community learning centre in Somers Town in the London Borough of Camden, close to the British Library.

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  146. ULU Nursery

    Pre-school and Nursery

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  147. Unity Welfare Education Centre

    THE ORGANISATION RUN THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES: RUNS PRAYER SESSIONS INCLUDING FRIDAY PRAYERS, ISLAMIC EDUCATION CLASSES, HOMEWORK TUITION CLASSES, SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION AND PROVIDES ADVICE AND INFORMATION ON ISSUES SUCH AS ISLAMIC SHARIA LAW.

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  148. University Council For The Education Of Teachers

    UCET acts as a national forum for the discussion of matters relating to the education of teachers and to the study of education and educational research in the university sector. It provides a network for the exchange of information about the work of its members. UCET promotes high standards in the education and professional development of teachers and supports all appropriate moves to enhance the quality and status of the teaching profession.

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  149. Upkeep

    Upkeep Is An Independent Charity That Educates People How To Look After Their Homes Through Training Courses, Education Study Packs And Building Exhibition.

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  150. Volunteer Reading Help

    Beanstalk is a national charity that recruits, vets, trains and supports volunteers to work in primary schools with children who have fallen behind with their reading.

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  151. Weedington Road PreSchool

    Weedington Pre-school is an established childcare service located in London and managed by the Pre-school Learning Alliance.

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  152. West Hampstead Community Centre

    Runs classes for adults and children. Children's classes include an after school art course for 6-11 year olds, a parents and toddlers art workshop, ballet classes, summer holiday playschemes, French-speaking classes for native French speakers and yoga. Adult classes include pilates and art. The base for W HEART community group. Also offers space in the building for hire.

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  153. Westminster Institute

    Adult Education

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  154. William Ellis School

    A school with a long and distinguished history of serving the local community.

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  155. Young Enterprise

    In 2012, Young Enterprise worked with 220,000 young people aged 4 to 25 in 5,000 schools, colleges and universities with help from volunteers from 3,500 businesses. Young Enterprise’s pioneering Start-up scheme to help university students launch their own business booms as the economic downturn triggers a surge towards graduate self- employment. In the Spring of 2013, Young Enterprise launches the Tenner programme, a competition that challenges young teenagers to take a ten pounds loan, to do something enterprising, make a difference and give back. The scheme fits superbly with what we already do and provides a potential catalyst for major expansion.

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