Harrow Iranian Community celebrates Chahar-Shanbe Soory 2017

The Harrow Iranian Community Association is proud to present this years

Chahar-Shanbe Soory celebration.


Secondary School’s students took part in ‘Open Horizons ‘ Careers Day’

Secondary phase students from Iran school along with students from other schools in London, which are providing and delivering Farsi language courses and classes have taken part in ‘Open Horizons ‘ Careers Day’ which for 3rd year has been hold in SOAS University on Saturday 21st of January 2017 from 13:00 till 16:30.

Students in 12 stations met Iranian professional from various walks of life and received advices on how to pursue their dreams and interests as well as getting inspired by various workshop and short lecture by successful Iranian professionals.

One of the students described this year “Open Horizon Career Day” as a very useful and informative  program, which has provided him useful information and has helped him to have clearer idea about his options for achieving his goals.

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دبستان ایران برای ترم جدید سال تحصیلی ۲۰۱۷-۲۰۱۶ دانش آموز میپذیرد

دبستان ایران از دانش آموزان ۵ سال به بالا برای کلاس های آمادگی تا
GCSE AND A LEVEL
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روزهای شنبه از ساعت ۱۱ تا۳۰ :۲ بعد از ظهر

نوزده سال سابقه ی درخشان و همکاری مربیان حرفه ای و با تجربه تضمین کنند ی موفقیت کودکان شما در آموزش زبان فارسی است

فوتبال، آموزش زبان فارسی بزرگسالان و فعالیت های متنوع فوق برنامه برای سنین مختلف با همکاری افراد متخصص

تخفیف ویژه برای کلاس آمادگی

خواهشمندیم برای ثبت نام و دریافت اطلاعات بیشتر با خانم جوکار تماس حاصل فرمایید

۰۷۵۸۵۳۳۶۷۶۹ تلفن های تماس ۰۷۳۹۲۴۰۶۹۰۱ و

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Belmont First School
Hibbert Road (off Locket Road)
Harrow Wealdstone HA3 7JT


Persian GCSE and A-Level examination

OCR, examination body, changed its decision and yesterday announced that Persian GCSE and A-Level qualifications are to be continued.

Previously, OCR had announced that as of 2018, the Persian GCSE and A-level qualifications are to be discontinued. Cultured Iranian along with other adherent of Persian culture in a collective effort and by setting up a campaign for rescuing Persian GCSE and A-Level and collecting more than 11,200 signatures in form of a petition, protested against OCR decision for discontinuing the qualification. OCR after some initial resistance finally withdrew its decision and yesterday quietly informed us that Persian GCSE and A-Leves are not to be discontinued and interested students as usual can take these qualifications and sit in the related exams.

We take this opportunity and say thank you to all of you, who supported us in this cause, which secured the future of Persian GCSE and A-Levels qualifications

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Secure the future of Persian GCSE and A-level qualifications

As of 2018, the Persian GCSE and A-level qualifications are to be discontinued by Examinations Body, OCR. Yet “It’s only been a few days since UN sanctions against Iran were lifted but some firms have already announced plans to invest in the Iranian market. Some companies have spent months plotting their return to a country rich in natural resources, with a large educated population and spectacular scenery.”  - Ben Morris, Business Reporter, BBC News January 2016 We believe that this is hugely short sighted and it cannot be allowed to happen. Disbanding of formal examinations would be a devastating mistake for our young people, our culture and our language.  There are upwards of 400,000 Iranians currently living in the UK. We ask each and everyone of you to sign this petition, then share it with Iranian friends as well as future minded non-Iranians so we can encourage another examination body to take on Persian. We need 10,000 signatures to get Parliament’s attention and 100,000 to really make an impact. More so than ever, literacy in Persian, a live, modern and increasingly relevant language, offers a plethora of opportunity for the Iranian Community and the UK as a whole, let’s not let it slip through our fingers!

You can by signing this petition do your bit to prevent this ill-decision

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New Telephone Numbers

The old HICA telephone number is no longer in use. You can still contact us on the following numbers:

07918 685309, 07815611605 and 07585 336769

or send us a message through the contact form on this site.

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