“We are English for Action ESOL students and we all think that English is very important, not only for our lives, but also for the progress of the country. ESOL is cheaper than funding interpreting services. We don’t think the government would like us to sit idle at home instead of going to work because of our lack of English.
We students must not give up, or the government will keep cutting. We need your support!”
Students wrote this message together, sentence by sentence, in class.