Talk Together London CIC (TTL) is a small London-based social enterprise, launched in 2005, which runs a number of after school study support clubs designed to help improve the educational achievement of young people, particularly those who are socially or economically disadvantaged or of bilingual or black and minority ethnic backgrounds. TTL’s community learning project brings people of varying faiths and cultures together to help children, young people and adult learners reach their full potential. The project offers support to children, young people, parents and carers who do not speak English at home as their main language of communication, by linking directly with schools, local authorities and communities. The attendees are encouraged to develop as role models, to transfer their skills and to share their experiences by volunteering in various roles. They can also train to teach as tutors or tutor assistants on the project. TTL offers an environment where cultural, linguistic and religious assumptions are not judged and parents and carers who are either taking on volunteer roles and/or studying to improve their skills may feel more confident about their children’s future in the UK.