Clients and learners at 5E centres put up a great entertainment show at the Awards ceremony. While some sang, others played musical instruments that reflected the essence of their home land. Others wore their national costumes and walked the ramp for a multicultural show. Some learners spoke a few words about the country they come from.
“I was very nervous at first but my teacher gave me confidence and my friends were very supportive as we all walked in or national costumes in front of a huge audience,” says Jideofor Okoye.
“I’m very happy that I know English now and I can talk about my country – the place, food and culture,” says Masud Saad of ESOL Entry 2 class.
Chaner Abdurrahman who played a Persian musical instrument says, “I got a chance to show everyone the traditional music of Iran. So many people loved it.”
Leaners also performed a skit about interview techniques. They first showed how clueless they were in a interview and then how they improved with all their learning at 5E.
“I am so happy with the performance of our learners at these events. They were very keen to be a part of the celebrations and came up with ideas for entertainment. It shows that they feel a part of 5E and their enthusiasm to make the event a success was wonderful,” says Rakesh Sonigra, Regional Manager, Enfield & Barnet centres.