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Our ESOL classes are designed to support you as you work towards recognised qualifications. Courses range from entry level through to level 2 ESOL. Classes are often based in local community venues, offering you lots of opportunities to meet your neighbours and get involved in your local area.

English and Maths Initial Assessment View details

Students wishing to join an EME course need to complete an initial assessment before they start. The initial assessment event is designed to test students’ current skills. During initial assessment, students will work with WEA staff to agree the current level that they are working at and discuss the best course for them to develop their skills.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 1 Reading View details

We will use everyday situations like travel and transport, house and home, health and going shopping to learn new words and practice reading. This will help you to use and understand English that is often found in application forms, letters (e.g. from a child's school, doctor, job centre, or landlord) and information in public places. This could help you to find a job, join in with local groups or activities, or just feel more independent in your everyday life.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 1 Reading View details

We will use everyday situations like travel and transport, house and home, health and going shopping to learn new words and practice reading. This will help you to use and understand English that is often found in application forms, letters (e.g. from a child's school, doctor, job centre, or landlord) and information in public places. This could help you to find a job, join in with local groups or activities, or just feel more independent in your everyday life.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 1 Reading View details

We will use everyday situations like travel and transport, house and home, health and going shopping to learn new words and practice reading. This will help you to use and understand English that is often found in application forms, letters (e.g. from a child's school, doctor, job centre, or landlord) and information in public places. This could help you to find a job, join in with local groups or activities, or just feel more independent in your everyday life.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 1 Speaking and Listening View details

We will use everyday situations like travel and transport, house and home, health and going shopping to learn new words, practice asking questions, listening for information, and develop good pronunciation so you can communicate better. This could help you to go to appointments by yourself, talk to your neighbours, join in with local groups or activities, or just feel more independent in your everyday life.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 2 Reading View details

We will use examples from real life (letters, newspapers, adverts, stories, forms) to read for information. This will help you to recognise common words, and identify if they are nouns, verbs or adjectives. We will use pictures and the way that a piece of writing looks to help to find information and identify who it is for, and what it is communicating.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 2 Reading View details

We will use examples from real life (letters, newspapers, adverts, stories, forms) to read for information. This will help you to recognise common words, and identify if they are nouns, verbs or adjectives. We will use pictures and the way that a piece of writing looks to help to find information and identify who it is for, and what it is communicating.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 2 Reading View details

We will use examples from real life (letters, newspapers, adverts, stories, forms) to read for information. This will help you to recognise common words, and identify if they are nouns, verbs or adjectives. We will use pictures and the way that a piece of writing looks to help to find information and identify who it is for, and what it is communicating.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 3 Reading View details

We will use a wide range of real life examples to practice different reading techniques, including descriptions, instructions, explanations and stories. This will help you to improve your dictionary skills and broaden your vocabulary. We will look at the layout and different features of longer texts, and how these can help us to understand the purpose of the text and find information in it.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 3 Reading View details

We will use a wide range of real life examples to practice different reading techniques, including descriptions, instructions, explanations and stories. This will help you to improve your dictionary skills and broaden your vocabulary. We will look at the layout and different features of longer texts, and how these can help us to understand the purpose of the text and find information in it.