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Teach for EFA!

Posted by Dermot on 12 Oct 2016

EFA are recruiting for an ESOL tutor for upcoming opportunities in several boroughs....

Brexit Day!

Posted by Dermot on 10 Oct 2016

EFA are organising a Brexit Day for ESOL teachers and students. The aims of the workshop are to learn about Brexit, share our thoughts and feelings and plan action together. Why?...

Brexit, ESOL and EFA

Posted by Dermot on 5 Jul 2016

"I was planning to stay here but now I don't know" "I don't feel welcome anymore"  "What will happen to the economy?" "Be nice and friendly to all migrants"...

Brexit for ESOL teachers

Posted by Dermot on 5 Jul 2016

The result of the EU referendum is having a massive impact on ESOL teachers and students. This post is mostly for ESOL teachers as they try to be supportive and hopeful when they are probably in need of support and hope themselves....

A safe home for Kenza and her family

Posted by Ariel on 4 Jul 2016

In recent years, one of EFA’s most requested class topics has been housing. Many of us are suffering from precarious housing situations and experiencing the London housing crisis first hand....

#LoveESOL Day

Posted by Ariel on 30 Mar 2016

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EFA-SOAS language exchange

Posted by Dermot on 16 Mar 2016

EFA is teaming up with students from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) to organise a language exchange. Do you speak Farsi/Dari, Arabic, Urdu, Bengali or Amharic? We need you to participate! You teach your language and you learn English, all through conversation....

Congratulations Kavita!

Posted by Dermot on 16 Mar 2016

Congratulations to EFA student Kavita who choreographed a flash mob in central London last weekend. She teaches Bollywood dance and other Indian dances too if you want to learn........

Happy International Women's Day!

Posted by Dermot on 8 Mar 2016

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New class for Syrian refugees

Posted by Dermot on 9 Feb 2016

Yesterday we kicked off a brand new course particularly aimed at helping Syrian refugees in west London where there is a growing Syrian community. There were 15 students and seven people from the local community who have set up a mentoring programme....

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