Did you attend the LEL Event on Friday 2nd December 2016? If so, what did you think of it?

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ESOL is used to describe English language learning and teaching to learners whose first language isn’t English. The term ESOL is used in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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In the UK there are 3 main types of organisations that deliver English classes for migrants. These are called Statutory Providers, Private Providers and Third sector providers.

Last modified on Wednesday, 22 June 2016 14:03

The Learning English in Leeds (LEL) website is the first project under the umbrella of Migrant English Support Hub (MESH), a consortium of learning providers and other stakeholders set up to support adult migrants as they make a new life in Leeds.

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There are more ways than one to learn English, and if you are on a waiting list to get into a specific ESOL course, you can improve your English in many different ways while you wait.

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