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English Literacy Advice Sessions

1 Reading Lane,
E8 1GQ
Telephone: 020 8820 7108


Who we are...

The Hackney Learning Trust offers English literacy courses for people who speak fluent English and want to improve their reading and writing.  

What we do...

You can register for an English Literacy Course by attending a drop-in advice session. 

A teacher will check your English speaking, listening, reading and writing and then help you to find a class which fits around you. Morning and afternoon classes are available.

You can register for an English Literacy Course by attending a drop-in advice session. Sessions run from the last week of September to the last week of June each academic year.

There are no advice sessions during school holidays and we are also closed for 4 weeks from the second week of December.

Record Last Updated on: 23/01/2020

Time / Date Details

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Session Information

Advice Sessions are held weekly - Wednesday 9:30 am
Please check our website for the latest session information

Other Details

Who is eligible?

To be able to join a Hackney Learning Trust course, you must:

  • Be 19 years old or older and be a UK or EU National or
  • have a current Visa to live in the UK and have been resident in the UK or EU for the past 3 years or
  • Be a Refugee or Asylum Seeker or
  • Be a dependent of a UK or EU National or Refugee
  • You do not need to be in receipt of income-based benefits to join
  • You must have a National Insurance Number, unless you are an Asylum Seeker

Referral required?


Referral Details

To register, come to the drop-in advice sessions below.

A teacher will check your level and help you to find the right class.

There are limited tickets at each session, so please come early and bring a pen.


What to do if you have a complaint

If you have any feedback about the service you received – something you like or are not happy with; then do talk about it with the worker or manager in the service, so that they can look at how they deliver their service.

If you have a situation that you are still not happy about then you can raise it formally as part of the London Borough of Hackney complaints procedure; click here for more information.

How to Get Here

Buses: 30, 38, 55, 106, 236, 242, 253, 276, 277, D6

Train: London Fields, Hackney Central, Hackney Downs

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