REGISTER FOR ONLINE LEARNING
We offer English, Maths, IT & a variety of community based activities to encourage community engagement and overall improve holistic health. We are particularly proud of our work with those residents who've lived in Newham over 40 years without speaking English, and we're adamant not to let this pandemic obstruct their progress.
Despite having to cancel our regular classes, we've moved quickly and proactively to ensure we can continue offering care and support to our learners. Therefore, we're shifting towards digital learning for the foreseeable future. Our mission is to make English, Maths and IT accessible to the wider community, and adapting to what the online space can offer will allow us to continue this work.
We are passionate about embracing innovation, and doing whatever we can to be there for the community at large. Switching to online classes opens up the opportunity to help more residents. However, it's very important to note that we acknowledge the obvious challenges with launching a service of this nature. Ensuring accessibility to all, regardless of social, economic and cultural factors is a high priority for us. Our teachers are working extremely hard to make sure out students have what they need and feel supported.
To register please fill in your details via our online form CLICK HERE
or email [email protected]
One of our teachers will then contact you directly
Louise Vera, Director of Training
“I am absolutely delighted by the way our tutors and students have adapted to teaching and learning from home. We have adopted a one size doesn’t fit all approach, tailored to the needs of individual learners; this means we are teaching via Zoom, WhatsApp, email and even by phone. Tutors are working tremendously hard to ensure all students remain engaged during this time. We have started on-line learning classes in Maths, Computing and English for any adult who wants to improve their skills. This has been very challenging as many of the applicants do not have access to laptops or iPads but we have discovered that smart phones are just as good!”
“I never thought data entry from home would be possible but despite some challenges, I am pleased to say that I have managed to complete everything on time”
Jo Bhattacherjee “ESOL Tutor
“It was so daunting for all of us at first, but teaching from home does have its positives. The learners have really risen to the challenge and though some of the classroom experience is lost, they’ve produced some great work and continue to support each other as they always have. It’s been a heartening experience.”