Archive for the ‘Family Unit’ Category

Family Half Term Activity May 2024

Poster 20240529 Online booking form open from now until Thursday 23rd May 2024 at 4:30pm. First come, first Served. Members from the Women Group have 1st priority to book a place for this activity. Scan QR code on the form.

Mid-Autumn Festival Activity 2023

Mid-Autumn Festival Activity for the BNO visa holders. It is a mooncake-making activity. The application link is, Further info, please telephone: 0161 833 0377

English Tutorial Sessions for Children 2023-2024

The children can attend either at Wai Yin Headquarters or on Zoom on Monday to Thursday (School Term only). Child will need to attend the class at least once a week for one hour. Tutorial fee: Please refer to the poster(s). The class is open to children from Year 1 to Year 6, up to secondary school, with special needs, and/or who need additional support for their English Language, such as spelling, grammar and reading etc. Enquiries or further details to: Amy Wong, Family Senior Worker, Wai Yin Society, 66-68 Swan Street Manchester M4 5JU Office: 0161 8330377 Mobile: 07593716325 […]

Autism Course

This is a course that aims to support parents with autistic teenage children; it will support them with parenting issues. Parents will receive a certificate at the end of the course, which is completely free of charge. An interpreter is provided. It runs on two Tuesdays 14 and 21 March, 10 am – 1 pm. Please contact: [email protected], Amy on 0161 881 0377 to register or for more information.

Family Activity February

Wai Yin Society are running a family activity on Wednesday afternoon of 22nd February 2023. It will be at an indoor activity centre, followed by a meal (both optional). So don’t worry about the weather. If interested, please contact Amy, tel: 0161 833 0377, Whatsapp: 07593716325.

Children’s Tutorial Classes

Please see promotion leaflet and timetable for the children’s tutorial classes: Tutorials re-start on Monday 12th September 2022. Best Regards, Amy Wong  Family Outreach Worker

Domestic Violence: Safe Harbour Project

The Family Unit has a new project called ‘Safe Harbour’ project that aims to support Chinese women from China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Vietnam whom are living in Greater Manchester and experience domestic abuse.