RCLC will be running online classes only for the whole of the spring term 2021.
We can offer support over the phone or zoom. All enrolments need to be pre booked with Petra in advance. The spring term will start from the week beginning 18/1/2021. Please see details of the programme in the NOTES section below.
We will monitor the government guidelines and if things change hope to reopen the centre in the summer term on the 26th of April 2021.
Last updated: 06/01/2020
- Main office (Petra Robinson) for enquiries and enrolments: 07923 138 681 (Mon- Thu 9-2pm)
- Shaheen Kausar (outreach, advice and guidance, MHFA): 07923 138 730 (Mon- Tue 9-4pm)
- Aisha Malik: 07923 138 711 (Mon-Thu 9-2pm)
Covid-19 Support Request Form #StayHomeSaveLives
The national emergency situation caused by Covid-19 disproportionately affects minority communities and means that many people now require more support than normal. Community support partners Alliance for cohesion and racial equality (ACRE), Utulivu Women’s Group, Women with Vision (Reading), and Reading Community Learning Centre (RCLC) have come together to coordinate support for BAMER, marginalised or minority communities and especially those from the new and emerging groups in Reading, Berkshire. Individuals within these communities may be experiencing difficulties in coping with the current situation and would need assistance. We aim to help them get the support they need.
For more information, contact:
ACRE on email@example.com or 0118 9510279;
Utulivu on firstname.lastname@example.org or Call, Text or WhatsApp 07859063643;
Women with Vision on email@example.com or 07737038629;
Reading Community Learning Centre (RCLC) www.rclc.org.uk, mobile number 07923 138 681
Last updated 27/04/2020
Reading Community Learning Centre (RCLC) provides education and support for the most disadvantaged and socially isolated women in Reading from black and minority ethnic communities.
Many of the women have had little or no previous educational experience and feel unable to attend mainstream establishments because of the cultural, economic and personal barriers they face. Most do not speak English and often they are not literate in their own language. For some, the Centre offers their only contact outside their immediate family.
There is a creche available for women attending the centre.