No more homework excuses, as club volunteers its help

Project Streetlife Homework Club. Volunteer teachers, Alison Curran and Keith Holmes with students, Ben Skimming, middle and Dylan Price, right.'130625M-C931
Project Streetlife Homework Club. Volunteer teachers, Alison Curran and Keith Holmes with students, Ben Skimming, middle and Dylan Price, right.'130625M-C931

‘The dog ate my homework” ought to become an excuse of the past, now Project Street Life is running a free homework club in Buckingham.

The homework club for 11 to 16-year-olds takes place from 3.30pm to 5pm on Mondays and Tuesdays during term time in the Salvation Army building on Moreton Road.

A team of volunteers are on hand to offer help with written work, maths and computer-based work. The club offers the use of laptops, writing materials, calculators, reference books printer, photocopier and scanner.

There is no charge, refreshments are available and the club gives a warm welcome to youngsters who want to work quietly or get a bit of help. Email sheila.handley@sky.com