Gujrati SchoolGujrati is one of the languages spoken in Srare of Gujarat in India. There are over 2000 Gujrati speaking families in Ashton. At our Centre we teach Gujrati from the age of 6 to any age who are interested in learning. Gujrati is taught up to GCSE. Our Centre is registered to take GCSE examination and every year there is 100% pass. On average 10 students pass GCSE every year.
Contact for further details: Kantilal C MistryContact phone number: 07432287611Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Day: TuesdayTime: 6.20pm - 8.20pmFrequency: WeeklyCost: More then £20
Click for map: [street_address_1], Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 8JN
Professional Referral:Self Referral: YesAccessible for disabled people: YesAccessible for people with language needs: No
About the host organisationHosted by: Shree Bharatiya Mandal - Indian Association TamesideOrganisation Profile:
The organisation is an Indian Community Centre is charity registered and own a building at 103 Union Road, Ashton. Serving the community in Tameside of Indian origin. Provide facilities to advance mother tongue teaching, social welfare, health and recreation activities, further religious activity from purpose made temple. Liaise with external bodies to impart knowledge for the benefit of the community.
The organisation has a management structure. President, Secretary and Treasurer are the main office bearers and executive committee members up to 25 elected at the Annual General meeting. Committee meetings take place every month to discuss the progress, issues and forward planning.
The following are the activities undertaken:
Luncheon club for elderly
Temple religious functions & celebrations
Youth activities - Sports and Cultural dance
Hall Hiring for weddings, parties, tutorial classes
Representations at Faith United, Action Together, Tameside Council, NHS, Hindu Council of North (UK)Charity Number: 1045607