Distance Learning Open Learn is a database of 900+ free courses available to anyone. Once you create a free account you can work at your own pace, have access to tests and quizzes, and earn a Statement of Participation upon successful completion. Classes range from beginner to advance language courses to Law courses and everything in between. ESOL: The British Council offers online classes for children and adults at different levels. Many of their resources are free and online courses are offered for a low subscription cost. Maritime ESOL learning activities The Council of Europe offers ESOL classes designed for adult refugees and migrants. Talk English has resources for a more informal approach to ESOL learning. The Refugee Employment Network has also compiled an extensive list of ESOL learning opportunities for adults who are social distancing. BBC Learning English English My Way OneStopEnglish Little Bridge is offering free online ESOL training that is aimed at children, but may also help adults supporting their children or for their own learning. Anyone interested should email: [email protected] with the subject line 'English Language Support - Home Office' in the subject line. RefuNet is about connecting refugees and volunteers who would like to teach them – adults and children of all ages can get assistance through online classes. Really English. Contact Hessy Elliott on [email protected] or 07879 883484 to gain study access. Grammar worksheets, explanations and online quizzes Resources to teach from home. Toolkit available in 13 languages. Games to help learn English BBC Learning English Other studies: Driving test videos in Arabic and toolkit from the Glasgow Syrian Network online. The European Lifelong Learning Programme's ‘Digital Literacy Instructor’ to substantially advance literacy training for non-literate adult immigrants learning to read for the first time in Dutch, English, German or Finnish. Amnesty International human rights courses available in several languages, including Arabic and French.