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Aim and Objectives . The principal aim of the project is to provide 18 case studies of effective practice in ESOL teaching and learning The process and people involved in the planning and delivery of programmes (providers, stakeholders such as employers, tutors)

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aim and objectives

Aim and Objectives

  • The principal aim of the project is to provide 18 case studies of effective practice in ESOL teaching and learning
  • The process and people involved in the planning and delivery of programmes (providers, stakeholders such as employers, tutors)
  • The monitoring and evaluation approaches adopted
  • The impact of programmes on the learners and their families
  • How the programmes contributed to national and local outcomes (such as employability and the vision and principles aspired to in the Adult ESOL Strategy for Scotland)

Case Studies – Effective Practice in ESOL in Scotland

selection criteria

Selection Criteria

  • Consider: CLD, College and Voluntary Sectors
  • Consider: Workplace ESOL, Family ESOL and SEM ESOL
  • Attendance and participation
  • Achievement of qualifications
  • Achievement of informal outcomes
  • Progression
  • Use of resources
  • HMIe and other inspection reports and awards where available
  • Proficiency range
  • Geographical distribution
  • Sector spread and location

Case Studies – Effective Practice in ESOL in Scotland

approach

Approach

  • Online questionnaire devised
  • Responses collected
  • Initial contact made via email
  • Secondary contact made by phone
  • Further meetings/discussions help to narrow
  • 58 responses to 25
  • Leading to feasibility study

Case Studies – Effective Practice in ESOL in Scotland

flavour of response

Flavour of response

  • 58 responses
  • 17 Local Authorities (Highland to Borders)
  • 12 colleges
  • 6 Voluntary Sector

Case Studies – Effective Practice in ESOL in Scotland

south lanarkshire council family esol project
South Lanarkshire Council Family ESOL Project
  • How did we get here?
  • Initial work around nursery to primary transition
  • ESOL families identified as requiring support
  • Pilot summer programme delivered
  • Research/ consultation informed future direction
  • Group work programme plus summer programme delivered.
  • Evaluation /consultation
  • Family Learning project established.
south lanarkshire council family esol project7
South Lanarkshire Council Family ESOL Project
  • Why does it work ?
  • Strong evidence base
  • Integrated working
  • Clear referral / communication links
  • Skills mix
  • Consultation/ communication /feedback
south lanarkshire council family esol project process
South Lanarkshire Council Family ESOL ProjectProcess
  • Referral from agency
  • Meet families individually
  • Assess individual needs
  • Devise and deliver programme
  • Evaluation and reflection
  • Share feedback with agency
south lanarkshire council family esol project session 27 8 09
Parents together

‘Where’s the computer?’

Families together

‘Where’s the pen, Elian?’

South Lanarkshire Council Family ESOL ProjectSession 27.8.09
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It is good to see the children happy each week. When they are happy, we are happy.

Monika, parent

I’m so proud of myself.

Urve, parent

Family ESOL helped to create a positive experience of Scotland for the family and this had a valuable spin off at school as all the girls are settled, happy and achieving.

Jim Reid, Headteacher

Glenlee Primary School

south lanarkshire council family esol project key data 1
South Lanarkshire Council Family ESOL ProjectKey Data 1

Start to current date: 21.01.09 to 12.11.2009

Frequency: Four weekly sessions 1.5 hours

Number of Families: 15

Number of children: 25

Age range of children: 2-16

Average age of children: 6.76

Nationalities: 5 x Estonian, 2 x Hungarian

1 x Pakistani, 5 x Polish

1 x Portuguese, 1 x Romanian

south lanarkshire council family esol project key data 2
South Lanarkshire Council Family ESOL ProjectKey Data 2

Attendance: Group 1 [62.5%], Group 2 [75%], Group 3 [62.5%]

Group 4 [100%], Group 5 [79%], Group 6 [57%]

Total attendance: 73%

Progress: 8 parents moved on to adult ESOL classes

New daytime adult ESOL class with crèche

One parent gained confidence to find a job

Key points:

  • 16-year-olds joined the adults’ groups.
  • 2-year-olds did not have crèche available and sat in on adults’ groups.
  • Highest attendance in Groups 4 and 5 with crèche and taxi provision.
  • Lowest attendance in current Group 6 which was interrupted by holidays, sickness and the Case Study visit.