The Glory Of The Lord Choir

The Glory Of The Lord Choir

Charity information

The Glory Of The Lord Choir

To advance in public education and appreciation of art of choral singing, through public

Founded 1996

  • Mission statement

    Our mission is to boost these disadvantage young people to be busy in our activities rather than wondering in street for anti-social behaviour and criminal activities. To make them take responsibility of their own life, in working in the diverse society under the respect of equal opportunity, confidentiality and Data Protection. Our mission is also to provide best supplement education, Gospel Music and high sport facilities for young people and parents in Camden and other boroughs by best practice in building cohesion and community relationship. Support inclusion by promoting the Equal Opportunity and diversity in education setting and to promote a strong anti-discrimination policy to fight anti-social behaviour in the community. The GLC will create cultural interchange activities that encourage everyone to contribute equally and to avoid miss-judgement and discrimination or stereotype. GLC will implement performance art classes for Congolese students to demonstrate their own high level motivation and talents. This will develop Congolese children’s social skills including negotiation, conflict-resolution, sharing and consideration of other’s needs.

  • Aims

    The Glory Of The Lord Choir aims to:

    • • to advance in public education and appreciation of art of choral singing, through public concerts and recitals.
    • • To help, support, identify and remove major educational barriers among the Congolese students in the mainstream schools in the London Borough of Camden.
    • • Supporting inclusion of Congolese children and young people and to promote community cohesion and integration in identifying barriers in learning basic skills, gospel Music, Maths, English, French
    • • To raise academic achievements of Congolese children and young people to achieve good academic grade in mainstream schools GCSE and A level;
    • • To provide parenting skills and helping their integration in the multicultural society
  • Overview

    Established: March 1996

    Registered Charity Number: 1053832

    Board members: 6

    Volunteers: 12

    Phone number: 02074854268

    Address: 38 CLEVEDON MANSIONS, LISSENDEN GARDENS NW5 1BU

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