KINGDOM LOVE CHRISTIAN CENTRE is a company limited by guarantee with registration number 5441460 and charity registration number 1111394. The organisation is intended to set-up youth centres like literacy clubs and healthy eating for young people. And provide adults vocational training and support leading to jobs and KLCC will be approved by City & Guilds to provide training leading to National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) in teenage counselling, Music, Dance and Drama, Clothing & knitting, including freehand cutting, fashion design, pattern cutting, alteration and made to measure traditional garment at level 1 and 2 and many other vocational courses.
We will network with the Newham community organisations and umbrella groups to promote and facilitate referrals onto our courses. This will include the Newham community organisation consortium.
Our Club is targeted towards diverse at-risk children who are already experiencing early onset behavioural problems or come from neighbourhoods with high levels of poverty within New ham. Over the years, our Club similarly found significant positive effects on children’s self-efficiency, literacy and communication skills. For example Shankz is now aged 29 years is one of the first beneficiaries, gave his testimony in our annual general meeting and said " I will do whatever I can in my own power to promote the services of our community home work club. For it has done a great work in our lives and it is the reason why I was able to complete my education and start my own business. Thank you.".
In our work through the Church and the local community, the successes of the previous projects right from 2007 when the Home Office funded the program, there has been unparalleled accountability that has given both our parents and other donors to have certainty that their money gets directly to those in need of extra education support. Evaluation and feedback forms are handed out to all participants at mid-year reviews and at the end of the program to collate data on successes and learning points which shapes future programs. We also have an open feedback policy where participants are encouraged to provide feedback during the sessions. When all that is added together, We can never run out of service users.
Children who are not actively engaged in an after-school activity are turning to violence, crime, and ultimately becoming a nuisance to society as a report by the Home Office Early. Intervention Foundation stressed.
A study published by the Department for Education highlights that after school literacy programs with a greater frequency of sessions produce a greater impact on children.
Kingdom Love introduced a youth literacy Club in 2015, working with diverse children aged 7 to 18 years old, many of whom from low-income single parent households.
Our Club is targeted towards diverse at-risk children who are already experiencing early onset behavioural problems or come from neighbourhoods with high levels of poverty within Newham and neighbouring boroughs.