Every ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) child is placed in a regular learning space (classroom) where they undertake most of their learning. 

Students who require support to improve their English level attend daily ESOL lessons where they work with a highly experienced teacher and a trained learning assistant. Students attend these lessons until they reach the stage where they have a level of English competency which will allow them to learn in their regular classroom.  

In the ESOL classroom students are grouped according to their understanding of English. Group 1 is for the beginners and Group 4 is the stage before graduating into a regular classroom. The ESOL teacher monitors the students who have returned to their regular classroom to ensure they continue to do well in their studies.  

Students learning English in the ESOL classroom receive an ESOL report at mid-year and at the end of the year.