Dont’ worry if you missed our open morning, you can still join one of our classes. Just email us at email@example.com or call us on 07747 535 165 for more information.
Find out how you can best improve your English at our OPEN MORNING : Thursday, 10 September 2015 10 am-12 noon at St Martin’s church hall, Church Street, Epsom KT17 4PX.*
Talk with the teachers, take a FREE** assessment test and register for a class that suits your level and interests – from Elementary to Proficiency, Cambridge exams: KET, PET, FCE, CAE and CPE, IELTS or Business English.
You can reserve a place on a course at the Open Morning with a deposit of £20 (so your first term fees will be £140).
All courses are four hours per week (2 hours x 2) and cost £160 for a six-week block. Full payment is due either at registration or on the first day of each term.
Day and Evening classes start 14 September.
Don’t forget to bring with you:
- details of your address in England
- contact phone numbers
- deposit of £20 to secure your place on a course.
We look forward to seeing you!
*Please note that car parking is very limited.
** Assessment test will be £10 after 10 September.
Learn English this summer in our small friendly classes. Ideal for au pairs, foreign students and working people. Conversation, reading, writing and a little exam practice if required!
Small groups, £10 per hour.
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- Elementary – Mondays & Thursdays 1-3 pm
- Pre-Intermediate – Mondays & Wednesdays 10-12 noon ; and 7-9 pm
- Intermediate – Tuesdays & Thursdays 10-12 noon
- Upper Intermediate/Advanced – Mondays & Thursdays 10-12 noon
We just had to share this with all our students who took part in Earth Hour 2014!
Thank you for joining us for this year’s Earth Hour – it was a great success and reached a record breaking 162 countries!
There was plenty going on in the UK, including our #passthepanda flashmob on London’s Southbank, an exclusive performance fromSophie Ellis-Bextor and of course the magical lights out moment when iconic landmarks like Big Ben, Buckingham Palace andEdinburgh Castle went dark for the hour. Take a look at some of the highlights in our brand new video:
Read the full newsletter from WWF Earth Hour:
What will you do in the dark on Saturday 29 March 8.30pm? We ran a competition with our students to find the most interesting and inventive ideas for #EarthHour. Judge for yourself!
|Winning proposals||Brilliant answers|
|See London by night from the highest building and see all the stars (normally difficult by streetlight )|
Joanna, Andrea, Yannik
|Food-tasting in the dark – guess what you’re eating at a “blind dinner”.|
|Go to Green Park, London for an amazing time
|Close your eyes and think about all the ‘luxuries’ we have and poor people don’t, how to help each other and contribute to making a better world.|
|Yoga in the dark – Moon Salutations!
|Laughter chain – Sit on each other’s tummy and tickle for a ripple of laughter|
|Follow the itinerary of Jack the Ripper in London
|Sing traditional songs accompanied by guitar
|Tell each other scary stories, sitting on the floor of a ghost house or cemetery|
Nuria, Katia, Gayathri, Becci
|Flame-torch walk in London/ on Epsom Downs to take pictures of Big Ben, etc. & paint the sky in water colours|