Bayswater Foundation is fundraising to deliver a two-week programme this summer for refugees at the University of Nottingham. The programme aims to empower both teenagers and adults through English and break down the barriers faced when trying to access higher education.

‘You, me and those who came before’ is the theme of this year’s Refugee Week (17-23 June) – a celebration of those people who have been forced to leave their home countries and have resettled here in the UK.

This summer, Bayswater Education is running summer camps for junior students at Halcyon International in Marble Arch, the University of Hertfordshire and the University of Nottingham. In keeping with our one-for-one model, Bayswater Foundation is delivering a two-week programme in August for refugees who would never have the same opportunities as our students.  The programme will help these people improve their English and give them the skills to go forward with their lives.

Our students were invited to visit the SalesForce Tower in The City. SalesForce is one of the world's lrgest software companies  and was voted one of the Most Innvoative Companies in the World by Forbes in 2018.

Bayswater Education is proud to announce its first project as part of its newly formed charity, Bayswater Foundation.