We pride ourselves on our high success rates in English and maths. If you need to improve your English and maths skills for work or life or need qualifications to progress into further education, we can help. Whatever level you are at, we offer a range of courses to give you skills and confidence in these crucial subjects.
Who are these classes for?
We offer courses from beginner up to GCSE level. Most of our courses are accredited, leading to Awards, Functional Skills or GCSE qualifications in maths or English. Our English and maths courses can also help with other courses that you can study at college such as Childcare, Health and Social Care, Computing and Graphic Design courses.
Not sure if you need an ESOL class or an English class?
If you went to school in the UK or your spoken English is at native, or near-native level then these classes are for you. Otherwise an ESOL class would be more suitable for you.
Where and when are the classes?
Classes are at our Camden site although we will also give you some work that you need to do at home for a few hours every week in addition to coming to the college. Classes are available in the morning, afternoon, evening or Saturdays.
How do I enrol?
You will need to do an assessment to check your level before you can start a course. Please register for an assessment by clicking on the subject you are interested in below:
Once you have registered, you will receive an email with a link to an assessment that you should complete online. After you have completed your assessment we will phone you to discuss what course is best for you. We will then help you complete your enrolment online.
If you are not able to do an online assessment or enrol online, please contact Learner Services by email at email@example.com or by telephone on: 020 7255 4700. We will try to help you register online, but if this is not possible, we will offer you an appointment to come in person to the college to do your assessment and enrol.
How much are the classes?
English and Maths classes are FREE to all learners (except overseas learners) who have not achieved a Level 2 Maths or English qualification or have not yet achieved a 4 (or grade C) or above at GCSE.