The Inclusive Homework Club was founded in 2018 to create an educational support hub for people with learning difficulties and from disadvantaged backgrounds in mind. Since then, the impact of the IHC has continued to grow and officially received charity status on the 22nd of June 2020. The Club is currently being ran by Firdaus Ahmed and is funded by BEMIS, the Endrick Trust and the St. Nicholas Care Fund.
We work with teachers at primary and secondary schools in Glasgow. Teachers refer young people to our Inclusive Homework Club programme to receive extra support. Parents and carers can also contact us directly if they feel their child would benefit from additional help.
Our team of volunteer tutors provide literacy and numeracy support to students in one-to-one and group sessions. The support not only helps children succeed academically, it also helps them to build confidence and reach their potential. It's heartwarming to see the smiles on children and young people's faces as their confidence grows.
Educational support from school and at home is often not enough, especially for children that require additional support. Our mission is to tackle barriers to learning and ensure every child receives the individualized learning support they need to reach their full potential.
We dream of a world where every child gets the same educational opportunities.
Positivity and enthusiasm
Giving a helping hand to students who need it most.
Gentle reminders help students complete tasks and gain confidence.
Looking back at what students have learned and achieved helps them move forward.
Weekly sessions help students achieve their most challenging goals.