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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London

London’s College for Skills

English/Literacy and Maths/Numeracy

english maths

  • thumb 96% of our students are satisfied
  • percent 88.2% Achieve their qualifications

Do you have a lot to offer but think your English and maths might be letting you down? We have several courses to help you succeed.

From Entry Level to GCSE, our tutors will offer you one-to-one support to help you to reach your goals, whether as part of an apprenticeship or vocational course, or as a standalone qualification.

Many of our students take their qualifications alongside their main courses to give them the skills they need to support their studies.

Whatever your English or maths level, we can help you to build the foundations for a promising future.

Our Courses

The School of English and Maths offers progression from Entry Level to GCSE. All our courses are taught with a variety of approaches in mind, designed to make your learning experience the best it can be.

We offer Courses in:

  • English
  • Maths
  • Functional skills

Top Facts for English and Maths

  • Coaching sessions and half-term revision workshops to prepare for exams.
  • Teaching of maths is “very good” with tutors explaining and illustrating topics.
  • Nany students who have attained a grade C or above have secured university places.

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Tanicka's commitment and attitude towards the course have been outstanding. Her punctuality was exemplary and her hard work and dedication were a great example to her peers. Tanicka wishes to...

Fariya took on the GCSE Maths course to improve both her English and maths skills, with the aim to eventually take a course in teaching adults. During her time at...

Frances' positivity and enthusiasm for the course have enabled her to achieve good results throughout the year. Her naturally encouraging nature has made her a highly respected member of the...

An excellent example to his peers, Jermaine is a dedicated and hardworking learner. His consistently high standard of work impressed his teachers, and his commitment to independent learning allowed him...

 Farah scored high marks in her Literacy and Numeracy course and won an award for her hard work and determination.  She passed her course with the highest mark in her...

A mature student and mother of two, Candace began further education by studying Entry Level Numeracy part time which she passed at the highest level. She won an award for...

Progressing from the Pathway to Independence Programme to become a valued member of the Workskills Pathway to Employment Group, Marie- Jeanne achieved her Adult Literacy qualifications and accreditation in Personal...

Derrick started at the College on a Level 2 programme, improved his maths over a year and was then moved up to a university access programme. Working full-time and with...

Gaining an A Grade in his GCSE gave Ali the qualification he needed to progress to higher education, and he is now in the first year of an undergraduate degree...

Last year Borry successfully completed his English Level 1 and has since moved on to study GCSE English and Maths. He has also been accepted onto an initial teacher training...

What are the levels?


Audrey Lakeman

At my initial test it was clear to my teachers that I had strong potential but I needed to work on my English skills. I enrolled on Entry Level 1 for English and maths and progressed to Entry 2 and 3. - After doing well at English and Maths Functional Skills Level 2, she went on to take her GCSEs, she took the exam achieving a B.

Audrey Lakeman English and Maths Level 1

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Entry Level

This level will help you to develop general skills and improve your confidence if you do not have any experience or GCSEs. It will improve your basic reading, number skills and English language skills

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Level 1

This level will give you a good basic knowledge and understanding of the subject area. This level will develop your functional skills and give you some work experience.

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Level 2

This level will give you a deeper understanding of the subject area. This is a good level of education for employment and will improve your problem solving skills and increase your resourcefulness. This level is often the minimum requirement for employers.

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Level 3

This level gives you a thorough and developed understanding of the subject area. This level will give you experience in problem-solving, managing a workload and adapting your skills to achieve your objectives. This level is the minimum requirement when applying to universities and is the preferred requirement for most employers.

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Level 4 and Above

This level involves extensive studying and can help to make you a specialist in your field of learning or work.

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