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    Ethnic Minorities Achievement Service (EMAS)

    If your child’s first language is not English or if they are from Gypsy, Roma or Traveller heritage the Ethnic Minorities Achievement Service (EMAS) can provide extra support for their education. Our team of teaching staff and family liaison officers work with schools, pupils and…

    Support for Wigan Arrivals Project (SWAP)

    Support for Wigan Arrivals Project supports asylum seekers and refugees who are living in the Wigan Borough. Our vision is for everyone living in Wigan to feel welcome, to be given an equal chance to build a decent life, and to know where and how…
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    SWAP
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    Penson Street Community CentrePenson StreetWIGANWN1 2LP

    Young people from different ethnic backgrounds

    There are two young people’s groups in the borough that are just for young people from different ethnic backgrounds.

    If you’re aged 7-18 and have recently come to live in Wigan or Leigh from a different country, you can come and join us. Junior Kamoši is for children aged 5-11. The senior group is now called Global Friends and is run by Wigan Council.…
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