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Roma Early Learning Challenge

In the UK, Roma children have the lowest school attainment. In 2010, the DfE recorded only 8.3% of young 'Gypsy/Roma' were passing 5 GCSE exams at grades A-C. Despite the fact that there are at least 200,000 Roma living in the UK, there is a distinct lack of support for Roma children and their parents to enable them to fulfil their potential. The Roma...

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Target
£25,000.00

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Roma Early Learning Challenge

In the UK, Roma children have the lowest school attainment.
In 2010, the DfE recorded only 8.3% of young 'Gypsy/Roma' were passing 5 GCSE exams at grades A-C.
Despite the fact that there are at least 200,000 Roma living in the UK, there is a distinct lack of support for Roma children and their parents to enable them to fulfil their potential.
The Roma Support Group has recently been awarded a grant by the Roma Early Learning Programme of the Open Society Foundation, to implement the Roma Early Childhood Education Programme.
Amongst other aims, the project will develop early years education provision to create a positive foundation for learning, ensuring continued achievement for Roma young children, which is inline with their non-Roma peers.

However, we still need to raise additional funds to support the project.

Event date

11-January-2015 - 
31-August-2015

Event type

Roma Early Learning

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Event Contact

Key contact
Andy
Email address
treasurer@romasupportgroup.org.uk

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