Join us at Heart & Parcel International Women's Day Festival this year as we celebrate all the wonderful women in our lives, their stories, experiences, skills and knowledge!
Over this Autumn, Heart & Parcel learners will deliver and teach their own 'cookalong' - a cooking class where members of the public will be able to join online to make delicious homecooked meals.
Heart & Parcel's collection of TEN tried and tested foodie activities to try out whilst self-isolating at home.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OruUQRfJURg Levenshulme-based dumpling project Heart & Parcel to publish first ever cookbook in June 2019 in order to continue providing English language support for migrant women in Manchester. “Dumplings in all cultural forms are nourishing, delicious little parcels perfect for sharing, made with care and many hands”. The process of making dumplings is a food-making... Continue Reading →
View our press release // View our promo video! // View our Cookbook launch! Book Price: £19 all sales towards providing FREE further English provision for English language learners to recognise, celebrate and develop their existing rich skills and knowledge, so they can communicate confidently and live fulfilling lives. Details: Paperback | 240 x 170mm | 100... Continue Reading →
After three years of running our project, it is really important to reflect on why we decided to set up. The post below sets out the background research we did relating to women from communities who access ESOL provision. It also displays our attempts to fund raise to keep these sessions going. Why Dumplings? Dumplings... Continue Reading →
We thought we would share this lesson plan we have used about three times now with different groups. This is an all round lesson we have created that covers many skills. It works very well with group work and building conversation. More specifically for literacy and numeracy, this lesson familiarises learners with nouns, adjectives, verbs,... Continue Reading →
Last week we held our debut dumpling making session at the Wai Yin Society Welcome Centre in Cheetham Hill. Home to a growing number of ethnicities from waves of immigration most prominently throughout the 19th and 20th century, Cheetham Hill is an area rich in cultural diversity in the North of Manchester. However, it has... Continue Reading →