Some of the feedback from the children attending this year's Summer Club.

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Every summer we run a programme of educational and fun activities for refugee and asylum seeking children. It is mainly aimed at newly arrived children in need of quick integration before the beginning of a new school year. Activities are planned, run and evaluated by school teachers and early years’ workers.

This summer the programme was funded by Children in Need and The Kingston Nursing Association and we were supported by a great team of 13 volunteers. So thank you for your contribution as we couldn’t have done it without you.

30 children benefitted and had some great days out at the Science Museum, Hampton Court, and enjoyed making hats at the Alice in Wonderland Exhibition at Kingston Museum. A team of volunteers and sessional staff put together activities at the Learning Centre for the junior club.

Summer club learning centre 1Learning centre summer club 2Alice in wonderland 3 children and hats

We asked the children to produce pictures of their day at Hampton Court.

Summer club collage 1Children feedback collage 2

RAK volunteers gave over 250 hours of their time to support the children. THANK YOU

11:40, 29 Sep 2016 by Rupika Gunawardena
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