Choices for study

With the The Reading, Writing and ESOL Project, you can study reading and writing and English language in a way that suits you. The project works in a way that is trauma informedflexible and offers different choices for studying. For more information on why the project works in this way, click here

At the moment because of the situation with Covid 19, face to face sessions are not possible. As soon as it safe, we will start having lessons in person. Until then,If you decide to become a learner with the project, there are different ways you can study. These are:

Telephone sessions 

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I send learning materials to you or you keyworker each week.

You or your keyworker prints them off and we go through them together over the telephone.

 Online sessions 

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You will need to have a smartphone with WhatsApp, a tablet or a laptop.

 

I email the resources to you or you keyworker who can print them off.

 

We can go through the resources on a video call.

OR we can work through activities through a shared screen.

Independent Learning

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I send you or your keyworker learning materials, which are printed.

 

You work on them in your own time and give them to your keyworker when they are ready. Your keyworker then scans and sends them to me so that I can review/mark them.

 

You and I agree a time to speak to go over the work. This would happen over the telephone or online.

Telephone and online sessions can last for up to 1.5 hours (it doesn’t have to be that long and we can include breaks in that time).

While you are studying with the project, we will build up a learning portfolio, to show all your achievements.

We can also start to think about if you would like to:

  • Get support to start volunteering, training or employment.

  • Get support to start studying somewhere else.

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A signpost that says 'college' to represent people being supported to study elsewhere.
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  • ​Work towards a qualification.