Wirral Met students have been commemorating the end of Ramadan with a celebration breakfast.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) students gathered at our Conway Park campus to mark the end of the month-long dawn-to-sunset fasting of Ramadan.

Students enjoyed a range of tasty pastries, sweet treats, juices, and hot drinks. As a gift from the college, English dictionaries and revision books were also given out.

There was an excellent atmosphere to the morning with music and dancing, whilst Executive Assistant Principal Ste Bailey, kicked off proceedings with a short speech to attendees.

Wirral Met College is proud to be an inclusive college, as the largest provider for children looked after, care leavers, and also serves over 600 ESOL students (English for Speakers of Other Languages), including 500 refugees and asylum seekers. 

Earlier this year, Wirral Met College was awarded College of Sanctuary status, becoming just the 13th Further Education provider in the country to honoured as such.

The College of Sanctuary status acknowledges colleges that have gone above and beyond to support refugees and asylum seekers and help raise awareness about migration, and why people seek safety among students, staff, and the local community. 

Find out more about our English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses at

For more information about the College of Sanctuary status click here. 



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