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EFA’s Covid-19 response

EFA’s Covid-19 Response   EFA’s staff team met online via Zoom on Friday 13th to discuss a new strategy in […]

COVID-19/Coronavirus update

UPDATE (18 March 2020): EFA has now paused classes. We are experimenting with teaching via Zoom, Skype and Whatsapp. If […]

Work with us!

EFA are recruiting a new teacher-organiser to join our amazing team to deliver ESOL classes and take action alongside ESOL […]

Looking for new trustees!

English for Action is run by an amazing board of trustees who help our ten members of staff run the […]

In Defence of Language Diversity

“Speak English! You’re in England now”, sadly a phrase many of our students have had directed at them. Yesterday on […]

Your Privacy at EFA

Preservation of your privacy is important to English for Action and we are committed to letting you know how we […]

UCU Strike Benefit –

EFA are supporting the striking workers from New City College (Hackney, Tower Hamlets and Redbridge). They have seen pay cut […]

Integrated Communities Strategy

The government has today launched its Integrated Communities Strategy, pledging to “end” the division in our communities. The treasury has […]

English class at City Hall

European Day of Languages: migrant and refugee English students celebrate importance of English language classes at City Hall   ESOL […]

Apply to be a trustee!

English for Action is run by a board of trustees who help the staff run the organisation. Trustees are volunteers […]

Please donate to EFA’s video project

https://chuffed.org/project/video-skills-for-migrants We want to raise £2000 to run free film and editing workshops with adult migrants in our English classes. […]

EFA Looking For New Trustees

Could you be one of our trustees? Our trustees are responsible for ensuring that we do our work to the best […]