Find English Courses in Bradford
Bradford is a diverse city with a population of approx 536,986. Amenities include two museums – Bradford Industrial Museum and the National Science and Media Museum. There is also an art gallery, Cartwright Hall, with a space dedicated to local artist David Hockney.
The main community languages spoken by residents are Punjabi, Urdu, Polish, Bengali, Pashto, Gujrati, Arabic and Slovak.
Bradford’s refugees and asylum seekers are supported by Refugee Action as well as other community groups. Shipley College, Meridian Centre, Refugee Action Good Practice and Anchor Project promote and support digital inclusion for adults.
There are a wide range of English language courses available across levels. The English Language Advice Hub is undertaking vital research in Bradford District through English language baseline needs assessments and focus groups to find out the main barriers to accessing ESOL provision and progression. If you are a learner who is not able to find a suitable class or you would like to tell us about your experience of finding or going to classes, please contact the English Language Advice Hub. If you are an ESOL tutor or provider and would like support with aspects of delivery or have learners who wish to share their experiences of accessing or attending provision, we would like to hear from you. Email: Isabel.Nicholson@bradford.gov.uk Tel: 07970 595225
- A great range of face to face courses and online courses catering for all, across Bradford City and the wider region.
- English Courses in Bradford provided by community support groups and colleges.
- Face to face initial assessment Saturday 19th February 2022 for classes starting soon – contact Isabel Email: Isabel.Nicholson@bradford.gov.uk Tel: 07970 595225
Bradford City Park