Elementary and Junior High After-School Homework Clubs
Through a partnership with the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District, the ANC delivers its After-School Homework Club in a number of elementary and junior high schools in the St. John’s Census Metropolitan Area (CMA). These clubs provide a structured environment for immigrant students who are studying English as a Second Language or who require assistance completing homework. The program includes English language lessons, creative writing exercises, group projects, guest speakers/presentations, and extracurricular activities.
Holy Heart of Mary Regional High School After-School Program
This After-School Program provides immigrant youth with academic assistance one afternoon per week through instructor-, peer-, and volunteer-based classroom assistance. The goals of the program are to enhance the linguistic, academic, and social competencies of refugee and immigrant youth while promoting civic engagement and integration.
Lunch Time Programs
F.U.N. (Friends of the United Nations) Club
F.U.N. Club is delivered in partnership with a number of junior high schools in St. John’s with the goal of increasing students’ cross-cultural awareness and understanding. Each session is interactive and discussion-based and involves students sharing information about their own culture.