Find your English class


Welcome to Learning English in Yorkshire and the Humber – LEYH!

On this website you can find information about English language classes in your area and across the Yorkshire and Humber region.

You can find out which classes are free, where they are held, what level they are and whether childcare is available. 

We hope the website will be useful to learners, providers and support staff working with migrants in many different organisations.  


There are currently 35 online ESOL courses running in our region – have you found yours yet?

To find an online class that is running within our region use the advanced search link above and choose ‘online classes only’. For some online courses that are running outside of our region click the following link. Online classes for learners There are a large amount of online resources available to learners for self study. Click here for this information. Online resources for self study


Events for providers and tutors

Using zoom to teach ‘A 90 minute virtual session to equip you with the skills needed to deliver highly interactive and engaging sessions’ This session carries a fee and is available on Tuesdays at 9am and 5pm. Follow the link for more information.


Update for providers and tutors

We continue to work hard to support those learning ESOL in the region. See this link for an extensive range of resources including a wide range of teaching materials for equality and diversity lessons. ESOL Resources for Tutors click the link here or at the bottom of the page to access this.

For any support with updating your information on the website or to contact us about anything else, please click here.

Essential information on Covid 19 including a link to the Migrant Information Hub.

Please see below for some useful links about corona virus. Please share as you need to.

Official reminder on the importance of ventilation

Translated: Arabic letter explaining changes to coronavirus restrictions from 19th July 2021 (courtesy of Migrant Information Hub) This letter is in English and Arabic

From lockdown to relaxation: tips on looking after your mental health

Coronavirus Asylum Handbook

COVID 19 Guidance. Translated information about vaccines

Testing and Isolating Infographic in English

Testing and Isolating Infographic translated into Czech, Bengali, Tigrinya, Amharic, Arabic, Punjabi, Urdu, Farsi, Kurdish, Polish, Slovak and Romanian

Click here for link to translated information about the coronavirus in 42 languages

Click here for You Tube clips in 11 languages

Click here for Migrant Information Hub

Click here for COVID 19 key messages translated into 12 key languages

BAME pregnant women and COVID 19

Click here for a link to the Big Leaf Foundation for further information about COVID 19 including how to wear a face mask. These leaflets are designed for children and young people and may be more accessible to those with low levels of literacy.

The Jewish Council for Racial Equality have shared  written Translated guides for using Zoom. Click here for access (The Albanian one does not work but all other links are good)


Join our growing list of providers

133 providers registered so far, delivering 137 classes in 227 locations across the region


What people are saying about Learning English in Yorkshire & the Humber

It’s refreshing to find such an integrated approach which connects up all the different resources available to learners and teachers.

Joanna, Website User

‘Advertising our courses on Learning English has helped increase our enrolment numbers this term. We found it really quick and easy to advertise and update our courses.’

Sarah Emmett, Swarthmore College

‘Such a user friendly website for both our organisation and for learners to access’

Sarah Emmett, Swarthmore College

After attending the Website Support Drop In Esther contacted us to say: I just wanted to share that having added course details, I am already getting enquiries from the LEYH website – magical!

Esther Derbyshire, Shipley College

'I really like how the site is able to localise provision.'
'It is easy to use and clear for potential learners.'

Feedback from Service Users

I love the new Learning English website because the learners can have a look at all the provision near them and make the best choice for their own situation.

Julie Linley, Education Manager at St Vincent's Support Centre, Leeds

MESH have put together an invaluable resource for both students and schools with their comprehensive website. The Learning English website is central to the effective delivery of ESOL in the region.

Nick Conibear at English4All

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