Maths & English
These Maths and English courses are designed for adult students age 19+ who do not already hold an A* - C GCSE.
Our friendly lecturers will help you to improve your confidence, and will make sure that you are placed in the right group and at the right level.
Bilal Bobat, Head of English & Maths for adult students 19+ is full of encouragement for those returning to study,
"We understand that it can be daunting coming back to College, but there is lots of support and extra classes to help you succeed.
"We do our best to make it as fun and accessible as possible."
We currently have 7 courses available.
- Functional Skills English - for adults who wish to improve their English skills
- Functional Skills Maths - for adults who wish to improve their Maths skills
- Bridging the Gap: English Level 1
- Bridging the Gap: Maths Level 1
- Functional Skills English/ Maths � Blended Level 1
- GCSE English Level 2
- GCSE Maths Level 2
Camelia's off to university having secured an A* in GCSE Maths and an A in English
Mother of two, Camelia Pana, 32, from Dagenham is well on her way to qualifying as a Maths teacher, thanks to her outstanding GCSE 2016 results.
Nicola joins the A Team
Barking & Dagenham College student Nicola Reeves, 36, from Dagenham, is celebrating today after achieving an A grade in her GCSE English exam.
"Never give up" says 7th time lucky Jennifer
Barking & Dagenham College student, Jennifer Lewthwaite, has just secured a C grade in GCSE English at the 7th retake attempt.
Next stop university for Sarah after GCSE and Access success
Sarah Greenspan, 27, from Chadwell Heath is celebrating today, GCSE results day 2016, after passing her GCSE Maths. Sarah has also secured her Access to Higher Education Diploma in Social Work at the College and with both qualifications under her belt is now heading for a BA (Hons) Degree in Social Work at Goldsmiths, University of London.
London Colleges Network get £4.6m for English & Maths
The £4.6m cash boost will enable the network to deliver qualifications to an estimated 5,000 adult employees in a bid to improve the basic skills of those in the workforce.