English Language for All is a new report which offers a fresh approach to delivering English language learning in London. It gives an overview of the key groups of refugees and migrants in London who now rely on opportunities to learn English outside of Skills Funding Agency funded provision. It then develops three models that are effective in supporting these groups to learn English and also gives a number of case studies of innovative provision currently running in London.
This report partners the Analysis of English Language Employment Support Provision in London report which focuses on good partnership working between Jobcentre Plus, Work Programme Primes and SFA funded providers of English language.
English Language for All was produced by the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education and commissioned by the GLA as part of London Enriched, the Mayor of London’s integration strategy for refugees and migrants. The Mayor of London’s integration work for refugees and migrants is led by the London Strategic Migration Partnership.