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Developing strong English skills is crucial to the success of learning in all contexts. This applies to teaching staff as well as our learners.

Teaching students the writing process & how to avoid plagiarism

Embedding English, literacy and employability in vocational courses Lambeth Adult Learning

Teaching students how to write complex sentences and developing their reading and their writing skills

OTLA case study of an operational project on embedding literacy into performing arts courses led by Clean Break

Preparation for Life and Work - SEEVIC

Pathway to outstanding — Blackpool Adult Community Learning

Collaborative development of TLA practice in maths and English - Lakes College

Integration of maths and English in vocational programmes — Shipley College

Online learning to modify attitudes towards GCSE English language

Let's make it real — Swindon New College and Plymouth College of Art

Implementing mobile learning to support functional reading skills - Open Doors

Activities for supporting maths and English learners

Developing effective maths, English and ICT approaches in offender learning — NOVUS

Study supporters - OTLA Digital Case Study

Meaningful maths and English — Activate Learning

Paving the way to Level 6 — Bedford College

Digital recording of English and Maths — Eastleigh College

Raising standards in post-16 English — GBMET

Can 'Talk for Writing' work in prison education? —Milton Keynes College