ESOL students from the Cardinal Hume Centre were recently chosen to work with three academics from the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the School of Advanced Study on a special project.
Do you want to improve your computer skills? From how to use a computer and create an email account to learning how to use a spreadsheet to help you budget, and even how to search for jobs online, the Centre has workshops to help. Be Online Week 2016 runs from 15-28 February.
Dona moved to the UK in January 2013 in order to be close to her son. She and her husband had moved to Greece, from Albania, in search of a better life. But when her husband was forced to return to Albania Dona found herself stranded in Greece. Eager to support her son’s aspirations of becoming an actor, she made […]
Sunday is International Women’s Day. Teresa who learn to read at the Centre is one of many stories of inspirational women connected to the Centre.
A book can open up a new world, it can provide a window into the life of a stranger, it can delight and frustrate in equal measure.
#BeOnline15 is about holding events that inspire as many people as possible to discover the possibilities that open up when you’re online.
We were all very moved by the generosity displayed by our supporters before Christmas, and our clients were incredibly appreciative. Please watch this watch this special short video.
It has been a proud day for the Cardinal Hume Centre’s learning services as over 20 clients receive qualifications in English and Food Safety in Catering. After taking classes at the Centre for up to a year, Fifteen ESOL (english for speakers of other languages)students and six Food safety students passed their exams to gain professionally recognised certificates that will greatly improve their […]
Driven by a desire to be able to support his family, Yahya has been improving his English at the Centre.
After using the Cardinal Hume Centre’s services 15 years ago, Annarita is now a published poet and has dedicated a poem to the Centre.
On Friday 21st March the music group put on a lunchtime concert for all the staff. It was the culmination of a year-long project, focusing on the theme of London. The sun was shining, making for a beautiful and moving performance.