Working with the community

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The Reading, Writing and ESOL Project is keen to work with a

range of different community organisations to support learners.

If you are a community organisation interested in working with The Reading, Writing and ESOL Project, please click here to get in touch

I am currently proud to be working with:

Providence Row Housing Association (PRHA)

The Reading, Writing and ESOL Project is currently offering

support to residents across three PRHA hostels.

Click here to read an article about the project in

PRHA's 'A Slice of Pie' Bulletin.

Click here to read PRHA's Impact Report 2020/2021, with a piece about The Reading, Writing and ESOL Project on page 17 

Providence Row Housing Association (PRHA)  provides quality temporary and permanent accommodation along with intensive services that support those who are homeless in the East End of London. Highly trained staff and dedicated volunteers are committed to delivering levels of support and care to residents that instils mutual trust and respect.

 

At PRHA all of their recovery services focus on enabling an individual’s journey of recovery, whether from mental ill health, the crisis of homelessness, experience of abuse or substance misuse. For further information about PRHA their website is: www.prha.net

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The logo for the Salvation Army. It says Salvation Army in white writing on a red background.

The Reading, Writing and ESOL Project is currently offering

support to residents in Salvation Army hostel accommodation

To find out more about the work of the Salvation Army, see their

website at www.salvationarmy.org.uk

The Salvation Army Homeless Persons Unit Tower Hamlets

That Reading Thing

I am delighted to be able to offer

learners support with reading 

and spelling through That Reading Thing.

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That Reading Thing is a literacy intervention designed to get teen and adult struggling readers ‘unstuck’ no matter how many times they have tried to learn to read before. Its ethos (safe, shame-free and relational) is as important as its content (completely age-appropriate structured phonics with a pace led by the learner).

To find out more about That Reading Thing, please click here to visit the website That Reading Thing