English My Way funding applications are now open
We are pleased to announce that applications are now open for funding to deliver the English My Way ESOL programme in 2017/18.
With a focus on isolated women, the fourth year of the programme will continue to provide pre-entry level ESOL learning to help those with little or no English language skills better integrate into their local communities - using course materials provided on the English My Way website. The deadline for applications is Friday 26th May 2017 at 5pm
English My Way is a 24 week blended learning programme focused on supporting adults who have low English language skills, or none at all, to become a part of their local communities.
The English My Way syllabus is:
- Designed to help learners develop skills and confidence in reading, writing, listening and speaking English. These learners may also have literacy issues in their own language.
- Flexible: you can run all sessions over a shorter period of time if you need to.
- Blended: the programme is designed to be delivered through a mix of tutor-led sessions, online learning and volunteer group activity.
About English My Way
English My Way is a project organised by Good Things Foundation, BBC Learning English, and The British Council, and is funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government’s English language competition.
You can keep up to date with English My Way and the other competition winner’s projects on the DCLG Learn English blog.Find out more