Our community is blessed to welcome families from all around the world. Our rich, multicultural community is what makes St. John Fisher School such a loving, inclusive place for children to learn and grow. We are all part of God's global loving family and this is something that we celebrate.
We understand that it can be difficult for families who are learning English. This page is aimed at directing you to some helpful resources to support your journey in learning English.
Free courses from Ealing Council
Ealing Council run a variety of free courses and workshops for residents. Courses range from qualifications in English and Maths, to childcare, health and social care and many more. They also offer courses to those hoping to seek employment, such as interview practice, CV and cover letter writing, as well as digital skills. Many of these workshops are free. To be eligible for a free course, you must be aged 19+ and meet one of the following criteria:
Currently living in London and have been living in the UK/ EEA for the past three years
Having (or your spouse) a UK/EEA Passport
Having a biometric residency permit
Having settlement in the UK
To see the course prospectus, please click here.
To browse the range of courses and enrol, please click here.
Ealing Community School of English
English language lessons for adults- held every Monday and Wednesday Evening from 18:50 - 20:45 at Elthorne park High School, Westlea Road, Hanwell, W7 2AH.
The classes cost £90 per year. If you are a refugee, asylum seeker or not working, you can attend the school for free. If you are working full time but cannot pay this fee, the team will be happy to support you.
To visit their website, please click here.