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Welcome to Plymouth Kurdish Community website!

Plymouth Kurdish Community LogoPlymouth Kurdish Community(PKC) was established in 2003  as a result of larg Kurdish people living and working in Devon and Cornwall, to enable them to address their problems and promote their cultural, economic, social and democratic rights.

Advice and information for Kurdish refugees in Devon and Cornwall including recreation activities; training; interpreting; history, culture and folklore. Kurdish mother-tongue classes. Cultural events, advocacy. Kurdish music and Dance group. Sunday supplementary school for Kurdish children teach Kurdish Language, Maths, Science and Dance.

Plymouth Kurdish Community aims to:provide quality controlled relevant direct services to the community; enable refugees to reach their full potential; ensure the service is accessible to all; constantly respond to the changing needs of the community; encourage integration with the local community; increase understanding in the wider community about Kurds; develop co-operation between Community Organisations. 

Plymouth Kurdish Community always aimed the empowerment of the community as an organised entity, aware of its problems, needs and social and democratic rights as well as emphasising the need for a harmonious interaction between the Kurdish community and the rest of the society and the creation of conditions for the migrant communities and the rest of the society to work and live together.

                                

Kurdish Supplementary School
قوتابخانه‌ی کوردی

Kurdish School












To encourage further development, the PKC has set as part of its objectives, developing training sessions and seminars held at the centre for parents to understand the schooling system and thus assist and monitor their children at every stage of their education.

The supplementary school currently runs Sundays between 10am to 1pm during, which the children are taken through an intense schedule of lesions and classes including the following;

 * Kurdishlanguage    *Maths  *Science    *History

This programme has been especially designed to concentrate on and encourage the children to succeed in core subjects at their mainstream schools as well as to develop awareness and further their understanding of Kurdish culture and heritage and language skills. It is hoped that this will build up their self-esteem and confidence in order to facilitate their integration into both the local ethnic community and the community at large.

کۆمه‌لگای کوردی پلیمۆث هه‌میشه‌ له‌ هه‌ول وان دایه‌ بۆ زیاتر له‌ خه‌زمه‌ت کردنی و به‌روپیش بردنی باری کومه‌لگایه‌که‌مان له‌ شاری پلیموث و ده‌وروبه‌ری، قوتابخانه‌ی کوردی یه‌که‌ک له‌ پروژه‌ سه‌ره‌کیه‌کانی کۆمه‌لگای کوردیه‌ بۆ زیاتر فێرکردنی زمانی دایک به‌ مندالان و داوا له‌ دایک و باوکان ده‌که‌ین که‌ بۆ زیاتر له‌ پیناو خه‌زمه‌ت کردنی به‌ کۆمه‌لگایه‌کمان به‌ پیکه‌وه‌ کار بکه‌ن بۆ پیشکه‌وتنی ئامانجه‌کانمان له‌ شاری پلیموث.

ئامانجی سه‌ره‌کی له‌ به‌ڕێوه‌بردنی قوتابخانه‌ی به‌ زمانی کوردی ئه‌مه‌یه‌ که‌ شان به‌ شانی قوتابخانه‌کانی ئینگلیزی یارمه‌تی منداڵ بدرێت بۆ فێربوون و ناسینی دونیایی ده‌ورووبه‌ری به‌ زمانی شیرینی کوردی.

Kurdish School opening timetable

 Sunday 10:00am – 13:00pm

Address : ST. Peter's C Of E Primary School, Rendle Street, Stonehouse, Plymouth, PL1 1UH
For more information contact PKC:07708920805