The Papatoetoe ESOL facilitation was founded by Morganan in the year 2009. He worked for the Open Polytechnic as a foundation learning coach. He taught and coached 320 students to pass their examination and get certificated in English language. Morganan has a variety of background experience in this subject as he also volunteered for the South Auckland Home Tutors and there he taught 230 students who had no English speaking skills. Today the classes have twelve students who are from India. They are learning how to pronounce English language.
The students get the services free and that is on weekends. This normally helps students how to speak, read, write and listen the language. This also assists them to find better jobs. This ESOL classes assists the students to do their assignments as well as understand the language and this is a great relief to the students and the residents who wants to improve their English language.
The classes are now taken on the weekends and the students can contact Morganan on 09 279 0415 for further information. The Auckland Airport Trust is assisting the organisation with funds to do the facilitation in a bit bigger scale. This is for the year 2012.
As the Year 2012 is comming to an end the ESOL classes are also comming to the end.
The students participating have learnt a lot from the support which was given to the school by Auckland Airport Trust. This is very much appreciated.
Many students are looking for a job and some of them have already got into jobs. There was a huge impact of the ESOL classes in the community. We will take a break at this point in time and then we will start the classes again.