Before the Covid-19 crisis hit, we had already been blending traditional classroom based delivery with live online conversation sessions. This has helped us to adapt and make a full transition to migrate most of our ESOL learning provision online.
There are currently five groups of learners (including refugee learners) that were in progress when the lock down was introduced. We have moved the provision to live online classes twice a week each. Lessons for four groups have already taken place and have been well attended.
Marcin Lewandowski our head of learning reports,
“Our teachers have been creative in responding to the challenge and successfully embraced the technology to ensure this provision continues through lockdown”.
Marcin has long been an advocate of online collaborative activities – find out more about this teaching methodology here.