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Adult Learning Lewisham run a number of English and Maths courses at different levels and all of our English and maths courses are free. We also offer ESOL, ICT and an extensive family learning programme.

Work with Adult Learning Lewisham

We recruit throughout the year for tutors and managers of:

  • Functional skills and GCSE English
  • Functional skills and GCSE maths
  • ESOL
  • Employability
  • Family Learning

To view our current vacancies, visit the London Borough of Lewisham Council website.

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Skills for Life Network E-News Update May 2022

Skills for Life Network E-News Update May 2022

Check out the Skills for Life Network E-News Update May 2022 for a round up of what’s new and what’s happening in maths, English, ESOL and digital skills in the FE and Training sector.

Maths and English Summit

Maths and English Summit

On Tuesday 24th of  May 2022, AELP in partnership with The Skills Network will run the Maths and English Summit, which will give providers the opportunity to come together to attend a dedicated event focusing solely on maths and English provision.

Taking Teaching Further

Taking Teaching Further

Round five of the DfE-funded Taking Teaching Further initiative that supports providers to recruit teachers, including maths, English and SEND specialists, is now open.

All about using Flipgrid

All about using Flipgrid

In this podcast Saima Hanif, ESOL Lecturer at Hopwood Hall College and a participant in the Outstanding Teaching, Learning and Assessment programme, gives us an engaging insight into using Flipgrid with ESOL learners.

ESOL WordWall Quizzes

ESOL WordWall Quizzes

This knowledge organiser/vocabulary crib sheet for Entry 3 Reading includes two WordWall quizzes for learners to test their understanding.

SEND consultation

SEND consultation: have your say

The government is seeking your views on proposed changes to the special educational needs and disabilities and alternative provision system in England.