Time for German – “Zeit für Deutsch”
Starting 8th October 2018
Mondays 4:15pm to 5:15pm
German classes for 6 to 12 yr olds will be held once a week on Mondays starting 8th October.
Classes will be taught by Sean Sullivan, a fully qualified and award winning Primary School Teacher.
“Sean Sullivan [is] setting standards of excellence in the teaching of German as a foreign language in the United Kingdom”
– German Embassy, London.
Children will participate in German only “Zeit für Deutsch” (Time for German) sessions after just 6 lessons. There will be certificates, stickers and prizes.
English and German are both Germanic languages and have many common words and structures. Germany is the UK’s largest non-English-speaking trading partner and German is the language most sought after by British employers.
Lessons in term time only. Lessons will cost £7.50, payable in blocks of 10 (£75).
We have a new discounted rate for rooms booked on weekdays between 9am and 5pm!
See the Special Offer rates on our Room Hire page…
*Special Offer: available until August 2018
Appointment of Chief Officer – Moseley Community Development Trust
Moseley CDT is delighted to welcome our new Chief Officer Lorna Brewster.
Lorna is joining us in early April from the Big Lottery Fund where she was a Senior Portfolio Manager across the UK with a focus on organisational cultural change and staff development. Lorna before this led on the Women and Girls initiative and played a key role in the Big Lottery’s Big Lunch, helping to bridge social and cultural divides. Lorna is stepping into the role created by Tony Thapar, who founded and led the organisation for 17 years.
Talking about the move to lead the CDT Lorna feels:
“Moseley really is a unique place – it has a great community spirit and some amazing assets both within its people and the environment. I grew up in Moseley, going to school at St Bernard’s and later Swanshurst. I lived just off the Wake Green Road and we were lucky enough to have our own gate into Moseley Bog at the bottom of our garden, where we’d spend many weekends building dens and generally getting rather muddy. In my spare time you will often find me in a Moseley pub or café, volunteering on the community stand at the Farmers Market, wandering around Moseley Park, or if not I may be at home with my hammers and tools attempting to craft vaguely wearable silver jewellery. I am really excited about joining the CDT, building on its already great work and am hugely looking forward to meeting everyone.”
Fiona Adams, as a Trustee of the CDT, is excited about Lorna’s decision to join the Trust:
“Lorna articulated a great vision for the Trust and I’m sure she will lead us to new areas of development as we grow the Trust’s work in Moseley. She has a clear focus on change and will bring people along with her as we renew our efforts in community led development”.
As Trustees and staff of Moseley CDT we all give a warm welcome to Lorna and will strive to work with her for the benefit of all the citizens of Moseley.
-Dr Steve Harding Chair of Trustees