The Hummingbird Project

Learning Space

Mondays 2.45- 4.45pm

Learning Space gives young people a chance to catch up if they have missed education due to fleeing their home country or language barriers and can learn more about the UK education system

Homework Club is a weekly drop in educational and language support

Young people are offered 1-1 support or will be in a small group

 

Global Social Club

Monday’s 5-7pm Youth Group

Fun, celebrate diversity, build friendships and share culture & creativity

Each week we do different activities, socialise and share food together

It’s a space to nurture connection and solidarity between young people of different backgrounds

 

Young Leaders

Tuesdays 4-6pm

Developed as an innovative way to mentor young refugees in Brighton in public speaking, communication, leadership, advocacy and politics

Hummingbird Young Leaders attend regular Young Leader sessions developing confidence & skills

 

Be Well, Be Heard

1-2-1 support for young people from a refugee background

Specialist casework support, working intensively with young refugees in Sussex

Practical support around issues affecting their wellbeing and connect them to appropriate mental health and other specialist services, advocacy around their asylum claim and other issues such as support with benefits, education and social development


Age Range

14-25 yrs old

Contact Information

enquiries@hummingbirdproject.org.uk

www.hummingbirdproject.org.uk/


More information


WHERE

BMECP Centre, 10A Fleet Street, Brighton, BN1 4ZE

(When you come to the building ask for someone from The Hummingbird Project)

 

EXTRA INFO

Learning Space and Global Social Club are both drop-in sessions

Young Leaders and Be Well, Be Heard are arranged through referrals

Please be in touch if you have any accessibility needs, including interpreting

 

  


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