The Trinity Centre is a registered charity.
39% of school children in Newham are eligible for free school meals
Over 110 languages are spoken in Newham
Newham has one of the most culturally diverse populations in the country
Trinity Centre provided 251 different activities last year
40.1% of Newham residents claim housing benefits
27, 084 individuals accessed Trinity Centre services last year
22 Dost young people achieved AQA accreditations and 6 young people were voted as Jack Petchey Achievement Award winners
Over 35 young people have benefited from Dost's psychosocial and specialist care-leaver casework
41.4% of Newham residents speak a main language other than English
31.1% of Newham's children lived in households where all adults are out of work and receiving Jobseeker's Allowance or Incapacity Benefit
22 July 2009
A young person from Trinity begins a work experience placement with one of our corporate funders, Barclays Capital.
I joined the Parenting Group at Trinity in January. I didn't know anyone else there and was a bit shy at first. Staff helped me get to know other mums and I now have lots of good friends who also bring their children. I like doing different things and look forward to coming every week and I know my baby learns things too.Trinity @Hathaway Children's Centre
I had triplets recently. At first it was really hard to cope with them, I couldn't get out of the house and had to have a triple buggy. Staff helped me find a nursery for my babies, and helped me apply for a childcare grant. They helped me learn how to manage. They're at nursery now and doing well and I feel I can handle them now though it's still hard sometimes. Trinity @Hathaway Children's Centre
I'm 19 and I came from Bangladesh a few years ago to live with my husband. I remember when I first came I was frightened and couldn't read or write. I met women like me in my English class and they helped me. With them, I learnt first to read and write, and now, I can use the internet and write emails. I love my English class because I learn things - being able to read, write and speak English but also I've made friends. Bayaan
I've been coming to the women's group for one year. My husband died recently, leaving me to take care of our young children. His family had taken my papers. I don't speak English and I didn't know what to do. Staff helped me and so did my friends from the centre. Now, I'm learning English and I have people who can help me. Bayaan
To get a good job, you need to read and write. My teacher helped me a lot and now I can help my children at school. I can do different jobs now and will be able to help my family.Adult Education Programme
Is Ofsted approved and registered. We provide full day care for children from 6 months to 5 years.
Aims to develop positive minds to help children build their lives and become active participants in their communities.
Trinity has always helped new arrivals to learn English. Our classes support beginner level students to gain basic literacy.
Provides opportunities for social interaction, mutual support and activities for Asian women and girls.
An important feature of our work is supporting and encouraging local people to develop their own interests.
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