Three months ago, LASSN’s English at Home Project was the only way asylum seekers and refugees in Leeds could learn English at home. Now every ESOL class is held at home, and they’re trying to support as many people as possible to adjust to the new ways of working.. You may be aware of the hundreds […]
WEA are running a range of activities online. These are free to all students as a way to engage in learning and connect with communities through this challenging time: https://www.wea.org.uk/online These include culture, health and wellbeing and employability courses including ESOL and Community Interpreting. There are lots of courses and the website is regularly updated. […]
Middle Eastern & Mediterranean Community (MEMEC) is re-delivering daily their Virtual ESOL and Conversation Classes, to students of different English levels, from different cities, backgrounds and status from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm starting from 1st of June 2020. Women Only and Men Only classes are available. MEMEC is also supporting destitute, asylum seekers, refugees and migrants […]
Digital inclusion: Supporting speakers of other languages Thursday 4th June, 3pm – 4pm, via Zoom Find out how to best support speakers of other languages to develop their digital skills and make the most of being online. Hear about digital skills support available in different languages, tips for making devices more accessible, and free tools […]
ESOL volunteers from St. Augustine’s Centre started an ‘English for Life in the UK’ podcast to complement their weekly classes, and although classes are on hold due to Covid-19, they’ve continued to make them as a resource for people at home! This is ideal for anyone who cannot currently access their classes but wants to […]
MEMEC is delivering daily Virtual ESOL and Conversation Classes, to students of different English levels, from different cities, backgrounds and status. Women Only and Men Only classes are available from 5:00 pm-6:30 pm Please feel free to join in circulating the flyer.
During this challenging time of Corona Virus it is essential to continue to ensure accurate key messages from Public Health England are circulated within our communities. A small task and finish group within Leeds City Council have been working to provide translated and audio materials in 11 different languages. Resources are available in Polish, Romanian, […]
Stay alert and keep refreshing your English! MEMEC is delivering Virtual Conversation Classes, to students of different English levels, on different days and different times. Women Only and Men Only classes are available. Please feel free to join in circulating the flyer.
For everyone who is at home and trying to continue their English language studies or learn with their children, please see this list of free online resources. There are even some online courses starting soon to keep you busy! The resources are divided into: For adults Beginners Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Skills Grammar, Vocabulary […]
The Conversation Club that meets at Mill Hill Chapel on a Thursday afternoon is asking people to stop referring new people for the time being. 120 people are allowed in the building at any one time, and the current volume of guests and volunteers are regularly getting very close to this number. This impacts upon […]
Via Ewa at Migration Yorkshire King’s College London has developed short online courses for Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon, but they can be accessed by interested learners worldwide via any internet enabled device. Currently, there are courses in: Basic and Intermediate English, English for Healthcare an Introduction to Nursing More courses in Digital […]
Calling all ESOL teachers, modern languages teachers and teacher trainers… Lancaster University are pleased to announce a free online learning course on ‘Dyslexia and language teaching’ https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/dyslexia/6 which runs from 20th of April – 17th of May 2020. This exciting course is offered by Lancaster University in cooperation with FutureLearn and takes place over four […]