As COVID 19 restrictions continue lots of providers are now delivering online ESOL courses – have you found yours yet?
Providers are beginning to offer online courses – check the ‘online only classes’ in the advanced search above. Also, there are some online classes available that are open to all. Click the link below for more information. There are a large amount of online resources available to learners for self study. Click the second link for this information. Online classes for learners Online resources for self study
Events for providers and tutors
If you have or know of an event for providers and/or tutors across the region please email firstname.lastname@example.org to post it in this space
Update for providers
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 List for Providers Click the link here or at the bottom of the page to access this.
Providers, if you have plans to reopen classes or are taking new registrations for online courses, please remember to update your listing on the website. If you need any support with this you can contact Clare, Caroline or Safina. We look forward to hearing from you. For Leeds contact Clare at email@example.com; for Barnsley, Calderdale, Doncaster, Kirklees, Rotherham and Sheffield contact Caroline at firstname.lastname@example.org; for East Riding, Hull, North Lincs, North East Lincs, Wakefield and York contact Safina at email@example.com. We will be very happy to hear from you.
Essential information on Covid 19 including a link to the Migrant Information Hub.
Please see below for some useful links about corona virus. The first contains essential information on the virus which has been translated into 42 languages. This guidance has been produced by Doctors of the World and is based on the NHS’s updated advice and health information. The second link goes to a series of You Tube videos that have been shared by Leeds City Council. They are in 11 different languages and show information on hand washing, spotting the signs of Covid 19 and essential advice. Below the link to the Migrant Information Hub there is a link to key messages about COVID 19 translated into 12 languages and also advice for BAME pregnant women about COVID 19. Please share as you need to.
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.
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.
What people are saying about Learning English in Yorkshire & the Humber
It's a fantastic idea to have all of the ESOL opportunities brought together on one user friendly website!
Emma Taylor, Head of International Programmes, York St John University
I think it will be very useful to collate information about ESOL opportunities across local authority areas into one central resource. It can often be difficult to keep up with changes and this way, we can all keep better informed of what’s out there to the benefit of the communities we’re working with.
Fiona Himsworth, Head of Maths, English and Targeted Learning, City of York Council
What a wonderful idea to have a site that I could access for information about local accredited and non-accredited ESOL provision delivered around the region. This would definitely be an asset to my work with refugees.
Shaun Brooks Personal Advisor, Syrian Resettlement Project, Adult Learning Centre, East Riding Council
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
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