From our early experience, we noticed that language is the main barrier for the community. Therefore, besides providing some needs facilitated by bilingual assistants, we focus on improving language skills. A pilot course funded by express grant from Foundation Scotland, was conducted between August and November. We used a professional ESOL tutor supported by bilingual mentor in order to assist those who have lower skills than the others do. Then, we ran a three-month course as partnership with Kinning Park Complex and funded by Clyde College, south campus. Total number of beneficiaries is 60.