The students on our ESOL course had a busy end of term after completion of their City and Guilds exams.
On the last day of term a celebration was held with students and the tutor contributing refreshments to an end of term gathering at Abbey Access Centre.
The end of term was also a chance for students to reflect on what they learnt and enjoyed about their course with the WEA.
Zahra, a student on the Level 2 ESOL course said, “I started the course because I felt I needed to learn more about english grammar. Sue is very good at teaching me. She helps me to remember things. I recommend this class to new students.”
Student Marianna said, ” I am Marianna and I really love to live here in England. I came to Lincoln in 2009 and straight away I started to look around for somewhere I could learn and improve my English.”
“Before I started I felt nervous but I was also excited. I thought the class would be a great opportunity to improve my English knowledge.”
” What I enjoy most about the class is that Sue is such a great teacher! she always prepares the class and subject for us and she teaches in a very good way. Also all the classmates are very polite and we always worked hard together and were a great team.”
“I would advise anyone thinking of joining the class to do it! It is a great opportunity to learn with good teachers in a nice atmosphere”.
Finally student Henry said ” I feel that coming to class has made my level of English better. I come each week and I hope to continue next term. Before the course started I felt a little anxious because the course was higher than my level but it has gone very well. I have improved. I enjoy coming to class very much. It is good to come to class because you do not just learn about speaking you will learn about grammar as well.”
The WEA will be running an ESOL course in the Autumn term. For further details please contact the WEA office on 01522 522 472.