BKSB assesses skill levels for English, maths and information & communication technology (ICT) allowing for accurate placement and tailoring of learning programmes. The assessment tool is dynamic and adjusts the level according to the answers given – allowing the learner to see what level they are currently working at and access targeted course content to progress and move through the levels.

The IDL Literacy Intervention is a speaking-computer based multi-sensory system which supports learners specifically with dyslexia but can also be used effectively as an education wide literacy solution.

Learn My Way is a website of free online courses, built by Good Things Foundation to help people develop their digital skills.

English My Way is a resource for tutors who support and teach adults with no or low levels of English – providing free teaching resources and tools to manage classes.

Free digital and numeracy courses to build your skills.

Bitesize is the BBC’s free online study support resource for primary, secondary and post 16 learners in the United Kingdom. The website has supporting resources for Functional Skills qualifications on how to apply practical Maths and English skills to real-life and vocational contexts.

The United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities.

(National Association for Teaching English and Other Community Languages to Adults) is the national forum and professional organisation for ESOL teachers. The website contains numerous teaching resources, classroom activities and online resources.

The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) is the sector-led, government-backed workforce development body for the Further Education and Training Sector.

This exhibition site brings together some of the most effective resources for ESOL available on the Excellence Gateway including key materials created as part of the Skills for Life strategy, such as the Adult ESOL core curriculum (2001).

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Reading Ahead Challenge

February 6th, 2021|0 Comments

One in six people struggles to read. Reading Ahead supports young people and adults by changing their perception of reading, opening up opportunities and building their confidence. Research shows that when we inspire people to [...]