Reach High 2 After School Study Support project

Reach High 2 is an after school study support project offering support to young people who are underachieving at school. We have an enrolment session on Sunday 22nd February 2015 at Earl Marshall Youth Centre, Heathcote St, S4 8GB.

EVERY SUNDAY (10am – 12.30pm) Starting Sunday 1ST March 2015 at Earl Marshall Youth Centre – Heathcote St, S4 8GB

Subjects cover Homework support, literacy and numeracy for Primary (Y4&Y5) Homework support,English and maths for Secondary (Y7-Y11)

Reach High 2 has been developed to raise the attainment of young people from the BME community.

We are running 15 sessions from March – June 2015 at a cost of £4 per session; £60 for this academic year.


Nasira Amin Reach High 2 Study Support Co-ordinator

c/o Tinsley Forum

120-126 Bawtry Road


S9 1UE

Mobile: 0783 446 8138

Reach High 2 After School Study Support Enrolmant
10:00am to 12:30pm Sunday 22 February 2015

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