What Do We and Our Volunteers Do at ELSH?
We address the needs of our young people who will NOT attend traditional schools / college because of low self esteem, self worth and confidence. Special attention is given, on a one to one basis, by our teacher volunteers who motivate and encourage young students to re-engage with mainstream institutions.
Our provision of ESOL education is aimed primarily at lower level non English speakers who cannot attend mainstream educational services. Student assessments will take at the end of each term by the appropriate teacher and on attainment of a level 2 qualification can be signposted to the appropriate school / college.
Part our well-being approach to ethnic minorities and young people is to engage in group activities at our allotment in Barnsley where cultural differences in food production can be practiced and discussed.
Who Can Come to ELSH?
Anybody can access this Educational Learning Support where we will help you Improve logical thinking concepts and develop independent strategies for future Education, Learning and Job Prospects.
ELSH is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of social inclusion among young mothers, teenagers not engaged in education, migrant workers and asylum seekers, who are excluded from society or parts of society, because of their social and economic position. By the provision of educational support in functional skills and drop in support, we will help them to develop and gain new skills and confidence.A). Membership of the Group shall be open to any individual without regards to disability, political or religious affiliation, race, sex or sexual orientation who is: