e3 classes January 2017 – March 2017:
|Venue||Day||Dates||Time||Spaces||Can I bring my baby?||Contact|
|Ben Jonson Primary School
||Tuesdays||28 February, 7 March, 14 March, 21 March||9.15-10.45||Yes||Nofirstname.lastname@example.org
Call Dee on 0207 790 4110
|356 Holloway Road||Wednesdays||8, 15, 22, 19 March||10.00-11.30||Yes||Yes, if supervised by email@example.com
0207 697 4102
The e3 project aims to increase confidence and social inclusion through 3 pathways:
- 4 free ESOL lessons (1.5 hours per week) + free registration with e-learning material
- 1 community outing (gardening, market stall or volunteering
- Final networking and graduation ceremony
If learners complete all three sections, they receive £35 total of vouchers to spend at John Lewis / Waitrose.
The course is aimed at beginner-level adults who have leave to remain and are not in full-time employment or receiving JSA. We currently have funding until the end of March 2017. Please see above for details of current classes.
Flyer in other languages:
The e3 Project aims to utilise smartphones, on-line forums and free WI-FI connections to provide ‘anytime/anywhere’ English language learning support for people with the lowest levels of English language knowledge across 14 London boroughs. The £0.5 Million project is one of only five across the UK that have been funded by the Department of Communities and Local Government’s English Language Competition, originally launched in November 2013 and renewed for 2016/17.
The Evelyn Oldfield Unit is partnered with four other organisations; the LimeHouse Project, Ocean Somali Community Association, APASEN and J-Go Training to develop this innovative experiment to demonstrate the potential of using publicly available on-line forums and tools; such as Facebook, Twitter and Gmail to empower our e3 Project participants to support each other in an online curated learning environment.
The e3 project is an example of Evelyn Oldfield Unit’s keen interest in developing innovative solutions which provide support and help to the people of London. It demonstrates their ability to think beyond the constraints of the usual and provide cutting-edge projects that meet local needs.
For more information, please contact Ruth: firstname.lastname@example.org; t: 0207 697 4102
Check out the Volunteering Film the E3 Project has been working on! Tell us what you think.