Voices: Saheliya

“Without trauma awareness alongside cultural knowledge and support in first languages, women cannot progress to wellbeing, active citizenship, or independence”

Read below Robertson Trust’s Voices blog about Saheliya’s work.
Blog: Voices-Saheliya

Parenting For Safety

Since 2019 we have been running a specialist, ‘Parenting for Safety’ project funded by Cattanach Charitable Trust.
This vital service supports families where children are experiencing behavioral problems as well mother and child bonding issues in cases of extreme trauma.

See here more information about our ‘Parenting for Safety’ service

Wonderboxes

In partnership with Children’s University Scotland we were able to provide Wonderboxes to 200 children in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
These activity boxes made such a difference, especially during these challenging times!

See here for further information and what Fatima, aged 9, did with her box.

Kiltwalk – Raise Money for Saheliya

There’s still time to join the virtual Kiltwalk and raise much needed funds for Saheliya. Go for a walk, a cycle, jump on a trampoline, or even a family scavenger hunt!

For more info see here https://thekiltwalk.co.uk
Everything you raise will be topped up by 50% thanks to Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation.

Covid-19

Due to current government guidance on COVID-19, Saheliya has had to stop all its one-to-one appointments, classes and groups until further notice.

Our team is working from home where possible. You can contact us by email at: info@saheliya.co.uk.

Please follow us on social media for the latest news– search Saheliya on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

We know you may be feeling anxious or isolated in this time of uncertainty. We are still here to support you as much as we can so please stay in touch. We are also looking into options for our groups to meet virtually instead of in person. We will keep you posted by email and social media

Broughton Primary School visit

We had a great visit from Broughton Primary School children as part of our joint community Growing and Cooking project growing colourful crops in school playgrounds such as peas, sweetcorn and sunflowers.

Thank you so much for coming to visit us to learn what we do as well as for bringing some amazing basil with you! We look forward to growing plenty of tasty and colourful things over the coming months!

Most recent newsletter from our Around The World Nursery social enterprise in Edinburgh!


http://aroundtheworldnursery.co.uk/

The art of Saheliya

The Refugee Festival of Scotland 2019

Saheliya is celebrating Refugee Festival Scotland 2019 with an inter-generational event organised by Saheliya’s Champions for Change Women’s Group. This will be a great day for the Champions to showcase and celebrate their wonderful works achieved through different projects.

The art exhibition will take place on Thursday June 20 at Saheliya community centre (G21 1YL) from 10:00 a.m. till 2:00 p.m.

This event is open to women only and by invitation. 

Please contact info@saheliya.co.uk or Dinna@saheliya.co.uk with any enquiries.

There is parking at the venue and it is just besides the main bus routes 57, 88 and 89. At the venue, there is no lift, just stairs to access the first floor of the building.

Refugee Festival Scotland is an annual arts and culture festival that celebrates the contribution refugees make to Scottish society. The festival is coordinated by Scottish Refugee Council. Visit refugeefestivalscotland.co.uk for more information

Saheliya Play & Learn Centre

You are a rainbow of possibilities.

At Saheliya, we are very proud to announce that our new nursery centre in Glasgow is up and running! The new Saheliya Play and Learn Centre in the River Clyde city offers very experienced staff that focus on encouraging children to explore by themselves whilst helping them to increase their knowledge. The team shall include different nationalities and cultural backgrounds as to provide the highest possible efficiency in the communication process with all the children and families.

For more information on location and timetables, please, click here to download the brochure. Have a look at their Facebook page to check out the nursery layout and all the fun for the kids.

Paul Sweeney on our new Saheliya Childcare Social Enterprise