Easton and Lawrence Hill Community Newsletter

The Creative English class run by Easton Jubliee in Bristol was featured in a community newsletter in May.

The informal style of learning in this class makes it easy for people to access. Anab Mohamud from Somalia had also lived in the UK for nine years and has previously found it hard to progress in ESOL because of childcare issues. Whislt people are encouraged to come to Creative English each week to get the most out of it, each lesson stands alone so it is ideal for people who drop in and out as they don’t miss anything or have to worry about catching up.

You can read the full article here (page 12).


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