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Beginners English (ESL) classes at Robinson Reserve Neighbourhood House

Coburg, VIC

Subject: ESL

Free Play and Learn English Program for children running at the same time, for students with children!

Small group focus, to ensure students feel comfortable

Come down to trial a class for free!

This term we have expanded our English classes, from two hours to four hours per week, at the same low cost. The classes are friendly and welcoming, taught by qualified ESL teachers and designed for...

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This term we have expanded our English classes, from two hours to four hours per week, at the same low cost. The classes are friendly and welcoming, taught by qualified ESL teachers and designed for those with basic skills in English who would like to improve their reading, writing and speaking.

Intermediate: Tuesdays, 9.30am - 11.30am
Beginners: Wednesdays, 9.30am - 11.30am
English Conversation Class: Thursdays 9.30 - 11.30 (free with either Beginners or Intermediate class)
Cost per term: $75, conc. $50.

Also, for English students with children, a Play and Learn English Program program runs concurrently with the Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday classes, led by a trained child care worker (free).

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When

Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class

Where

Robinson Reserve Neighbourhood House
104A Reynard Street
Coburg, VIC 3058

Price: $75.00

 

Notes:

$75 full fee per 10 weeks, or $50 concession.


The teachers

Robinson Reserve Neighbourhood House is an incorporated, not-for-profit organisation in South West Coburg, in the City...

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Robinson Reserve Neighbourhood House is an incorporated, not-for-profit organisation in South West Coburg, in the City of Moreland. We aim to promote community wellbeing, reduce social isolation, and support and encourage an inclusive, empowered and resilient local neighbourhood.
Founded in 1988, Robinson Reserve Neighbourhood House is managed by a Committee of Management made up of local residents who have an interest in the community. We receive funding from various sources including Moreland City Council, ACFE, the Department of Planning and Community Development and the Department of Early Education and Childhood Development to assist us in the running of programs and activities.
We run various educational programs aimed at developing the skill base of the community, such as English classes for migrants, computer classes, Italian classes and other short courses.  We also provide health and wellbeing programs to assist individuals to maintain a healthy outlook and positive life balance. There are also various local community groups who meet regularly for a social catch up and coffee, as well as programs designed around leisure.

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