Start learning and developing at Nova this year. We have places available on all our courses for our Spring Term 2015. To enrol and find out more visit us at Nova.Learn more
Nova offers services to the community throughout Kensington and Chelsea including: Basic Maths, English, ICT and Food skills courses as well as advice and pre-employment support. We also run the Nova Language School offering a range of high quality classes in English.
There are lots of ways to get involved, whether though volunteering, joining fundraising events or making donations. You can also find out about our present funders and see client feedback.
Delicious family recipes from around the world are top of the menu at Portobello’s first social enterprise eatery run by cooks and volunteers drawn from North Kensington’s diverse community. The Café staff serve freshly made dishes every day.
Bintu came from Nigeria to settle in the UK over 40 years ago. She has raised her family in North Kensington and now has 11 grandchildren.
“I missed out on my early education the first time round. I have always been eager to learn and I started coming to Nova last year because I wanted to catch up on what I had missed out on. Everyone at Nova is very respectful and the staff treat us all equally. I’ve made friends here and I want to continue for as long as I can. I feel much more confident in speaking and …”
@klsettlement thanks for visiting! Have a great week in Battersea :)
We are counting on your support
We are very grateful for the amount of funding we receive from government and trusts, without which none of our services could exist. However, the services we provide cost over half a million pounds each year to run. We now need to generate more income if we are to continue providing this vital service for the next 30 years. We would like to invite you to be a part of Nova’s work and ongoing sustainability by donating some money to allow us to continue our work.
There are many ways to donate:
Why we need your support
Finding enough money to finance the organisation is a constant struggle.
- A 12-week course costs £5,000
- A one-day outreach course costs £500
- A 30-minute advice session costs £50
- A dictionary costs £20
- A pack of photocopy paper costs £10
- Each photocopy costs 10p