Sunday, 27 July 2014

Yunus Emre Institute to run Summer Club for Turkish speaking children in London


This summer, the Yunus Emre Institute will be running a Children’s Club at its central London headquarters. The club is aimed at children aged 6, 7 and 8 years old who can speak Turkish, as all activities will be in Turkish.

Operating from 4th to 23rd August 2014, the the children’s Summer Club will run a variety of fun activities for the children while also helping them to develop their Turkish language skills. This will include group games, films, acting, word games and other enjoyable, yet educational, activities. All participating children will be given Haydi Türkçe Öğrenelim [Let’s Learn Turkish] learning books and Turkish story books as presents when they leave.

The club will be run by Kübra Yıldırım, the Co-ordinator for the institute’s Turkish Language Courses, together with other teachers. There will be two sessions each week, once on a weekday and once at the weekend – the exact dates will be provided in the near future. Each session will be for two hours and will also include light refreshments for the children. Attendance is free of charge, but the children must be registered in advance to be able to attend. There will be a maximum of 8 children in any given club.

For more information or to register, please contact Emel Albayrak on 020 7387 3036 or email

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