Explore our FREE range of adult maths and English courses and discover how they can help you improve your skills, confidence and earning potential.


 When?

Wednesday 20th July 2022, 1-7pm

Our Adult Maths and English Open Event gives you an excellent opportunity to look around the college, talk to staff and find out about the range of FREE adult maths and English courses available, including:

  • Level 3 OCR Core Maths
  • Edexcel GCSE 9 - 1 in Maths
  • Edexcel GCSE 9 - 1 in English
  • Entry 1 – Level 2 Edexcel Functional Skills Maths
  • Entry 1 – Level 2 Edexcel Functional Skills English
  • Ascentis Maths and English (stepping stone qualifications)

 Where?

Arundel Campus
49 Arundel St, Portsmouth PO1 1SA

What's on offer?

  • Meet course tutors who will be on hand to answer any questions regarding your course
  • Learn about our Digital Maths & English Academies
  • Discover how we support your learning
  • Find out about our initial / diagnostic assessment and how it helps you start at the right level
  • APPLY ON THE DAY

There's no need to register for the event, you can drop-in at a time to suit you. If you'd find a reminder email useful, you can sign up below.


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Why improve your maths and English skills?

  • Increase your earning potential - the majority of employers look for at least GCSE grade 4/C in each subject, so English and maths skills could be the difference between you getting the job or promotion you want or not. People with good GCSE grades in English and maths also earn approximately £2,000 more than those who don’t.
  • Make your everyday life easier - it’s impossible to go a day without using English and maths skills, and a good level of understanding means that you can have more control over things like your finances, communication, and you can gain a better understanding of issues such as politics and current affairs.
  • Continue your studies - the majority of university courses look for at least 4/Cs in GCSE English and maths as this shows you have a good understanding of the subjects.
  • It's good for your health - studies show that higher levels of literacy and numeracy are linked to better health and a longer lifespan. These skills also have a positive impact on your mental health.

Event Details

  • Event Date 20/07/2022