Being able to speak English is something British citizens regularly take for granted. It enables people to combat isolation by integrating with the community, as well as to gain an education and work. Speaking English also allows us to buy nutritious meals and food from shops and partake in cultural activities. Through teaching English to refugees we help them to empower themselves.
Case Study: Teaching English to Refugees
By providing refugees and asylum seekers with the opportunity to learn English we help them to gain independence, integrate with the community and increase their job prospects. Parents can then support their children by buying them everyday essentials, as well as starting to live a happy and fulfilled life.
For students with children and few resources we also run an attached crèche facility alongside our English lessons for refugees.
Please note that our ESOL classes are only available for adults with children since they are funded by Family Learning.
Our classes run Mondays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.