Learning in the Community for everyday life

 

 

PHOTO: Zaharina Hussin

'Before I couldn't understand what people say, but now I understand. ESOL class has really helped me. I understand news from TV and I volunteer every Tuesday in Rosemount. I sell fruit, recycle clothes, talk to students and visitors. ESOL gave me the confidence.' Zaharina Hussin, age 36, from Malaysia.

Zaharina has completed three ESOL Intermediate 1 Units at Rosemount Lifelong Learning, Glasgow. She is now studying for ESOL Units at Intermediate 2.

PHOTO: Salma Sharaf

'I am more confident to speak to the Home Office and hospital. ESOL has also helped me with volunteer work. I am Advocate helping people who come to Scotland who only speak Arabic.' Salma Sharaf, age 17, from Sudan.

Salma came to Scotland 14 months ago. She has achieved ESOL Units at Access 3 and Intermediate 1 and has now progressed to Intermediate 2 at Rosemount Lifelong Learning, Glasgow.

PHOTO: Lula Tesfamariam

'I feel more confident, better than before. I can talk to Housing with all the problems with my house. I have one baby, so when letter from hospital come I read and understand.' Lula Tesfamariam, age 22, from Eritrea.

Lulu has completed two ESOL Units at access 3 and is now starting Intermediate 2 at Rosemount Lifelong Learning, Glasgow.

PHOTO: Jinfeng Wang

'I improve my speaking, listening and writing. I volunteer in North Glasgow Community Food and Fruit Shop Initiative. I work in office helping them count money. I also write letters and do some copy typing and all kinds of things.' Jinfeng Wang, age 36, from China.

Jinfeng has completed two ESOL Units at Access 3 and is now starting Intermediate 1 at Rosemount Lifelong Learning, Glasgow.

PHOTO: Nadia Khazam

'I understand school letters and school reports better than before. Also letters from Rent Office and any appointment for me and my child.' Nadia Khazam, age 41, from Libya.

Nadia has achieved two ESOL Units at Access 3 at Rosemount Lifelong Learning, Glasgow.