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More home schooling resources!

Some advice on learning at home from RISE NI: https://view.pagetiger.com/RISENI/covid19/pagetigeradviceleafletsparentscovid19.pdf

Useful resources on education and healthy eating

Some useful information for the Education Authority on Eating well and also useful Education Resources in 11 different languages: Eat Well, Live Well https://www.youthonline.org.uk/eatwelllivewell/?fbclid=IwAR1HUnOG5QxKFVKQfHxE60apzLY2elsWGU4gCGtYdXh0VpyF3LxG8Tn4JYw

A message for our ESOL learners

Our ESOL classes had to stop quite suddenly because of the COVID-19 emergency, but our volunteer tutors and our staff have been working behind the scenes to bring them back in different formats. Our Conversation classes are now online on Wednesdays at 6:30 (email ESOL@burc.o

COVID-19 explained to children and young people

Check out this really this brilliant resource on how to explain to children and young people how to behave in this really challenging period: Dave the Dog

Resources for homeschooling

Parents/Carers With everyone on lockdown, home schooling children and young people can be difficult. Here are some useful links to help with extra resources which are FREE to download and use as often as you wish. I will refresh this every week, if you have any ideas ple

UPDATE – BURC’s Welfare Advice service

We may be in uncertain times but we are still here providing advice and up to date information, if you are claiming benefits or considering claiming benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can either email Joanne.Farrell@burc.org and provide a brief explanation of your

COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

In response to advice and given the current situation around COVID-19, Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre have decided to postpone English language classes in the Centre until further notice. We will update this information on social media regularly. We thank you for your

Breaking Down Barriers to Integration Event

We are holding an information event , Breaking Down Barriers to Integration. This event aims to inform migrants about support and resources in the local community. Where: Belfast City Hall: Banqueting Hall When: Wednesday 7th Novemeber 2018 Time: 9:30 - 1:30pm For m

Routes to Resilience Courses Booklet

Routes to Resilience (R2R) is a 5 year programme funded by the Big Lottery. Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre is working in partnership with PlayBoard NI to deliver this project.  You can now dowload our Routes to Resilliance Booklet here. Download Booklet Download t

BURC Volunteer Opportunities

Are you interested in volunteering for BURC? Volunteers are an integral part of our organisation. They bring experience, skills and diversity which complement the work of our paid staff in delivering essential services to the community. Please fill in our Volunteer Opportun

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