Project information

Tackling Barriers of Mothers

Teaching English and life skills to Mothers with providing childcare during their courses. Ladies with children under four can benefit from this project in South Manchester.

January 2018 - July 2018

Charity information: Summit Education Society Ltd

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  • Need


    Reports shows that most of the disadvantaged families lives in South Manchester. The society runs a day nursery and most of the families who bring their children to this nursery have difficulties to communicate with nursery staff. It is clear main reason of this is language barrier. Most of the funded children`s families are having this problem. These families also having these problems while they are going hospitals, looking for jobs etc. one of the big


    The Summit Education Society planning this project to teach English and life skills as British culture and working opportunities to the Mothers. This will help ladies better communication within their families and community.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    Increasing awareness of the Mother / Lady for the educational issues.


    » We will run English Classes for mothers with experienced Teachers while their children are hosted by day nursery during the term time.

    What success will look like

    After some courses we will follow by nursery staffs if there is more communication with mothers.

    Aim 2

    Achieving the confidence of Mothers by reaching the defined goals.


    » We will have mock tests and quizzes to demonstrate their achievement in every 6 weeks.

    What success will look like

    We will have mock tests and quizzes to see if they are reaching to the goals.

    Aim 3

    Increasing ladies knowledge.


    » Every six weeks we will invite professionals to give seminars about lifelong issues.

    What success will look like

    In every six months we will have accredited exams to understand their improvement

  • Impact


    at least 15 mothers learn English, information about British cultures, healthy living and pathways to job opportunities.


    There are few risks; 1- providing free of charge education or any services deem to be less valuable. We make parents sign to ensure they complete terms and condition and pay good attention for the lessons and whole course.
    2- Another risk is finding right children and family for this project. We will advert our project and we will give priority to disadvantaged Mothers such as single Mums, and low income families.


    Summit Education Society Management committee will be informing members and all donors throughout this project. Communication will be sent via email, letters and leaflets. They can also see the progress report of this project on a six weekly basis on our website and Social med

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £33,600

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      Amount Heading Description
      £18,000 Nursery fee Two days a week 6 hours in total for 20 weeks childcare cost while courses are running.
      £4,200 Teachers fee 20 weeks 120 hours long experienced teachers fee
      £2,400 Rent of the Venue 120 hours rent of the venue
      £2,400 Manager and TA fee project manager and Teaching Assistant Fee
      £3,600 Food Refreshments will be served while courses running
      £1,000 Professionalservices Inviting Professionals for 4 seminars
      £2,000 Stationary and Utilities Aall stationary and utility costs during courses
  • Background


    The project will run in 116 Hyde Road, Manchester, M12 5AR where is between Gorton and Ardwick that most disadvantaged, low income families live from all backgrounds. These families are especially form ethnic minorities. That means English is not the first language of most of the mothers. . Working with Early Explorers Day nursery and the Society will help Mothers to build up success and life opportunities for their children and families in the future.


    Majority of the beneficiaries are from socially and economically disadvantaged families and communities especially in Ardwick and Gortonin south Manchester. Mothers from ethnic minorities background who are well below the average national attainment level, will widely benefit from this project. This project will have an echoing effect on children's families and communities through their success, so wider local communities will directly or indirectly benefit from this project.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Summit Education Society has been running its services successfully in North of the England since 2006. The Society has been receiving excellent feedback from the community. Now it is time to expand further in helping wider local communities through bigger projects such as Day nursery and Weekend classes,

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Fatih Segmen

    Director of the Society. Fatih segmen will manage the whole project from fundraising to organising all relevant issues in the project