August 2010 news 89

Job: Study Support English and Maths tutors

Burngreave Study Support Consortium has vacancies for English and Maths tutors for secondary age pupils and a primary school age tutor

Pay at £18.50 per hour, The work will be in 2 or 3 hour sessions on Monday and Tuesday evenings and at weekends on Saturday and Sunday, during term times.

Deadline Wednesday 8th September.

Campaign against family's deportation

Mildred Okpara, and her young family, have been threatened with deportation to Nigeria. Local residents and support groups are campaigning for her to stay in Sheffield.

One city many cultures

Free event at SADACCA on 30th August 2010, featuring activities for the whole family and showcasing some of the best community based acts from communities throughout Sheffield.

Young People's Theatre Skills

A new service is about to start at Pitsmoor Methodist Church on Burngreave Rd to give young people a chance to learn about performance from professionals.

Earl Marshall Juniors Community Fun Day

Rafiki and Earl Marshall Juniors FC are holding a multicultural community event this weekend.

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