Liverpool Tamil School

Members of the Sri Lankan Community come to Liverpool Tamil School at Brunswick Youth and Community Centre.

Brunswick Youth and Community Centre is proud to host Liverpool Tamil School.

This unique school is run by members of the Sri Lankan community as part of our Education, Training, and Employment programme.

The main purpose of Liverpool Tamil School is to educate students about Sri Lankan culture and heritage. Many of its students were born here and have never been to Sri Lanka (an island off the South East coast of India).

We help them to speak their families’ native languages, including Sinhala and Tamil, which means that they can communicate with family in Sri Lanka by letter, email, phone, and internet (e.g. skype).

Our qualified teachers also make sure that the various Sri Lankan cultures are kept alive within the community. As well as language, they teach Dance, and Music. More classes are set to come.

Liverpool Tamil School is very popular, with over 150 students currently attending. The North West Sri Lankan community considers The Brunny to be its own community centre. Because of this, our school attracts people from Bootle, Sefton, and throughout Merseyside.

We welcome anyone interested in learning about Sri Lanka, its languages, and culture.

Our school is inclusive, and welcomes Indian Tamils, Christians, Buddhists, and those of any religion (or none at all).

Things to Know About Liverpool Tamil School

Classes are held at Brunswick Youth and Community Centre every Saturday from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

To join Liverpool Tamil School, please speak to Keith Lloyd, Centre Manager.

Click on the contact us page to call us for more details, get a map, and directions.

 

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