Dates: Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Timeslot: 10am -12pm and 12pm – 2pm

Creative English – laugh your way to confident English

Creative English uses a drama-based method to teach English to those with few or no language skills. Using scenarios inspired by real life, Creative English enables learners to understand and practise the language they need in everyday situations while having fun!

Creative English is a FaithAction project which is delivered nationally.

You are:

✔︎ with little or no English language skills (Pre-entry – Entry 1 ESOL)

✔︎ isolated due to their lack of English

✔︎ have been resident in the UK for a minimum of 12 months

✔︎ not in employment and not actively seeking employment (i.e. those not generally eligible for support through the mainstream Adult Skills budget)

✔︎ aged 19 and over

✔︎ women

Registration Form

VENUE: Axis Ponders End Tuition Centre, 324 High Street Enfield, EN3 4HF

Your Adress

Terms and Conditions

By registering for Axis English programme as a ‘Learner’, you agree to all terms and conditions stated below.

Learners are expected to pay and attend a minimum of 4 weeks after the paid trial day.

There is no refund for the missed classes.

We can either provide the lesson with a cover teacher or postpone it if the main teacher is unable to come. We can also combine classes if there is a low attendance. As long as the lesson is provided, you are not eligible for a refund.

Learners’ next of kin will be contacted if they feel ill during any session.

First Aid will be administered by qualified members of staff if necessary.

We will take photographs and videos during the sessions to introduce and promote Axis English programme through our social media, brochures and website.

Learners are liable for any damage they cause to the equipment and the premises.

All absences should be reported by phone (020 7607 9330) to us prior to the registered sessions.

Data Protection Statement

The information which you give when completing this form will be used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and GDPR regulations for the following purposes: to enable the organisation to create an electronic and paper record of your application; to enable the application to be processed; to enable the organisation to compile statistics, or to assist other organisations and programme funders to do so, provided that no statistical information that would identify you as an individual will be published. The information will be kept securely and will be kept no longer than necessary.