English Club Frequently Asked Questions

What is English club?

English club is a group of people who want to improve their English. The sessions provide
some language teaching, English practice activities, and a chance to socialise with others in English. We sometimes run social activities where we visit local attractions or share food with each other.

Who is English club for?

English club is for people living in Birmingham whose first language is not English.
Current members of English club come from a variety of countries. Their level of English ranges
between elementary to intermediate.

When and where does English club meet?

English club meets on a Thursday morning at 9.30-10.30am. The session lasts for 1 hour.
We meet at our Building on Dell Road, B30 2HZ.

What happens at English club?

The sessions are quite informal. We learn about English Grammar, practise speaking, writing, listening and reading, we talk about different subjects, play games, and complete
activities to help you practice English.

How much does it cost?

English club is free of charge.

Who runs English club?

English club is a project run by Grace Church Stirchley.
Heather is the teacher. She has two children at Cotteridge school and enjoys learning Vietnamese in her spare time!
There are also other volunteers – Stu, Christopher, Carly, David and Hannah all help out.

Do I have to be a Christian to come to English Club?

No. We accept people from all religions. Although English Club is run by a church, it is not a religious group.

How can I join?

If you would like to join English club, feel free to turn up on Thursday, or for more information please contact heather.cryer@googlemail.com