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Learn English in Skelmersdale

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Below are details of the places and times where you can go to learn English in Skelmersdale.

However, learning a language in a classroom is only part of your education. You must take every opportunity to improve your ability to communicate in English.

A mix of learning methods and outcomes is important and will improve your capability to communicate in English.

You can learn to read, write, speak and listen in a classroom with other students and a teacher face to face, online in a virtual classroom with other students, or online by yourself.

Use your phone, radio and the Internet to improve your skills. Use puzzle books, word games and crosswords to learn new vocabulary. Read the news online. Go to the library where it is free to borrow books and use the computers.

Remember, while it is the responsibility of the teacher to teach, it is your responsibility to learn. If you want to learn to communicate in English, then you must attend lessons both frequently and regularly. Acquiring any skill requires effort and discipline. None of the providers want your money but they do want you to be a serious and dedicated student.

If you need to learn English to be accepted on a university degree or college course, please speak to your teaching provider.

Certificates of aptitude and, or attendance are available from these providers.

Across Europe, providers of English learning use the same framework to teach and assess your language ability.

CEFR levels
College beginner learning levels compared to CEFR learning levels
College beginner learning levels compared to CEFR learning levels

Monday morning

9.30am to 1pm – ENGLISH A1 – Jocelyn at Family Forge, 128 Sandy Lane, Skelmersdale, WN8 8LH

Monday afternoon

1pm to 3pm Practical English (Me and my community) – WEA – Anjum Anwar – The Ecumenical Centre Starts Monday 13/09/21

Tuesday morning

9.30am – 11.30am ESOL Entry Level 1 West Lancashire College

9.30am – 11.30am ESOL Entry Level 3 West Lancashire College

Tuesday afternoon

1pm – 3pm ESOL Entry Level 1 West Lancashire College

1pm – 3pm ESOL Entry Level 3 West Lancashire College

Tuesday evening

6pm – 8pm ESOL Entry Level 1 West Lancashire College

6pm – 8pm ESOL Entry Level 3 West Lancashire College

Wednesday morning

9.30am – 11.30am ESOL Entry Level 1 West Lancashire College

9.30am – 11.30am ESOL Entry Level 2 West Lancashire College

9.30am – 11.30am ESOL Entry Level 3 West Lancashire College

9.30am to 1pm – ENGLISH A1 – Jocelyn at Family Forge, 128 Sandy Lane, Skelmersdale, WN8 8LH

Wednesday afternoon

None.

Wednesday evening

6pm – 8pm ESOL Entry Level 1 West Lancashire College

Thursday morning

None.

Thursday afternoon

None.

Friday morning

None.

Friday afternoon

2.15pm to 4pm – English Conversation – Mel and Jane – The Ecumenical Centre, Northway, Skelmersdale, WN8 6LU

Online learning resources

BBC Learning English

British Council