The ESOL Horizons students improve their reading, speaking, listening and writing skills in English through group work, discussion and varied teaching methods and activities. In addition, the ESOL Horizons courses offer an opportunity for young immigrants to settle in the local community develop as a person and learn about the culture of the country.
Kingston College Chairman of Governors, Dr John Farmer, handed out their Trinity Skills for Life certificates and two learners of each class were awarded prizes for their outstanding contribution and outstanding progress which were handed out by the Deputy Mayor.
Oriana Gonzales received the special ‘Brazilian Fair Award’ for her brilliant participation in the Brazilian Fair project. “I am honoured to be nominated for this award. I have learned so much by taking part in this great project and being able to help poor schoolchildren in Brazil with the money we have raised is overwhelming!”
Caroline Streliaev-Pivetta, ESOL Horizons Course Leader, paid thanks to all guests for attending the event, congratulated the students for their efforts and success and thanked the teaching team for their motivation, hard work and commitment.
The College Vice-Principal, Karen Spencer, congratulated the students for their efforts and praised them for their success.
Also present at the ceremony were Steve Bennett, Director of the Humanities, Business and Science Faculty and the Head of School, Scott Peasey.