Speaking English, Help with Translation
|Name||Find out More||Services Summary||Opening times||Who they help||How to Donate||How to Volunteer|
|Fellow||Find out more||Free English lessons to recent immigrants in a safe, friendly and informal environment. We provide drop-in lessons.||Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the parish room at St Michael’s at the Northgate Church, Cornmarket, Oxford.||Anyone||?||?|
|Asylum Welcome||Find out more or contact office AT asylum-welcome.org or phone 01865 722082||Provide one to one classes using qualified ESOL teachers for people unable to access a course elsewhere. Support asylum seekers and refugees to have the confidence to speak in public.||Pre-booked appointments and phone lines 9.30 – 5.00 Monday
Drop-ins, food, phone lines, appointment advice 9.30 – 4.00 Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Youth club Tuesday evening.
Telephone advice for detainees is available either on the office number 01865 722082 during opening hours or on the mobile number 07740108550 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
|Asylum seekers and refugees||Donate||Volunteer|
|Refugee Resource||Find out more or
Kate Hood, Director, katehood AT refugeeresource.org, 01865 403280
|Learning English||?||Asylum seekers and refugees||Fundraise||Volunteer|
|Community English School||esol AT oxfordshire.gov.uk or 01865 728688||Free English language classes for speakers of other languages (ESOL) who are permanent UK residents, asylum seekers and refugees. Classes cover all aspects of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.||?||You must be 16 or older||?||?|
|Littlebridge Online||https://www.littlebridge.com/ and Emma Rogers who can be contacted at emma.rogers AT littlebridge.com||Littlebridge.com is a safe, secure site where young learners, with their school’s or a parent’s permission, can explore a virtual, online English-speaking environment. They can create their own character and customise their own room in Little Bridge, then discover a huge range of fun and challenging activities – all designed to develop effective English language skills. We have offered free access to this programme for the vulnerable Syrians who are being resettled. More information on the organisation can be found at, and their Chief Executive is||Not applicable||Young learners from Syria||Not applicable||Not applicable|