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Earth Hour

What will you do in the dark?

 

 

When the lights go out –

EARTH HOUR 2016 is Saturday, 19 March, 8.30-9.30 pm.

People worldwide will be celebrating our brilliant planet … working to make every day an Earth Day.

 

Janka           Walking with dogs

Keep calm and carry on walking with dogs.  We can visit our local rescue centre and take some dogs for a walk – meet new people and don’t forget to bring a torch.

 

Luzie            Crazy bike ride

Me and my friends will meet at the local station.  You‘ll need reflector clothes and a dynamo light.  Bring an MP3 player and a music box that only plays when cycling.

 

Rebeca        Safari dinner

We could have a big dinner, everyone bringing some cold food, so we don’t use electricity.  To respect the environment, we can sit on cushions on the floor and use candles to make a nice atmosphere.

 

Lena            Painting in the dark

I’m going to buy a large canvas and paint completely in the dark / by starlight, maybe in the garden.

 

Katalin         Invisible exhibition

You can try the same lifestyle as blind people.  Try to navigate yourself with touch, sounds and smells in complete darkness.

 

Maria del Rocio      Street dancing

My idea is that people wear reflecting clothes and dance a fantastic choreography in the town centre. The best choreography wins a prize.

 

Katharina     Painting in the dark

I’ll be spending Earth Hour with a friend painting or drawing a picture in complete darkness without being able to identify the colours or shapes they are drawing.

I could imagine walking up to Epsom Downs and enjoying the view of the dark skyline of London and experiencing the feeling of walking in total darkness.

 

Cristina       Candle-lit dinner

I’ll be at a friend’s house so will ask to have dinner by candle light with a good glass of wine.  If I were at home by myself, I could imagine lighting some candles and reading a good book.

 

Jennifer      Candle-lit walk

It would be amazing if in each city the Mayor could celebrate Earth Hour by inviting local people into the high street, turning off the electricity and then everyone could go for a walk holding a decorated candle.

 

Angelika      Bonfire jam

I’d like to organize a bonfire event with a group of friends, playing play guitars, violins and other non -electrical instruments and enjoying snacks, drinks and good company.  I imagine this celebration could be extended to become a local tradition.

 

Luisa            Dinner in the dark

I’d like to eat dinner and have a drink in my room in the darkness.  Maybe I’ll light a candle and watch it burn.

 

Eniko           Horse ride

I’d love to go for a horse ride across the Downs in the moonlight.  But I’ll actually be working at the restaurant –we’ll have to serve dinner by candlelight!

 

Gita             Moonlit walk

I’d like to go for a walk with a friend at night around the local streets.  There will be so much to see in the moonlight with twinkling stars.

 

Krystyna      Romantic dinner

I’m going to have a romantic dinner with my husband and the wine will get us singing and dancing!

Earth Hour 2016

What will you do in the dark?

 

 

When the lights go out –

EARTH HOUR 2016 is Saturday, 19 March, 8.30-9.30 pm.

People worldwide will be celebrating our brilliant planet … working to make every day an Earth Day.

 

Janka           Walking with dogs Keep calm and carry on walking with dogs.  We can visit our local rescue centre and take some dogs for a walk – meet new people and don’t forget to bring a torch.

 

Luzie            Crazy bike ride     Me and my friends will meet at the local station.  You‘ll need reflector clothes and a dynamo light.  Bring an MP3 player and a music box that only plays when cycling.

 

Rebeca        Safari dinner         We could have a big dinner, everyone bringing some cold food, so we don’t use electricity.  To respect the environment, we can sit on cushions on the floor and use candles to make a nice atmosphere.

 

Lena            Painting in the dark         I’m going to buy a large canvas and paint completely in the dark / by starlight, maybe in the garden.

 

Katalin         Invisible exhibition         You can try the same lifestyle as blind people.  Try to navigate yourself with touch, sounds and smells in complete darkness.

 

Maria del Rocio      Street dancing      My idea is that people wear reflecting clothes and dance a fantastic choreography in the town centre. The best choreography wins a prize.

 

Katharina     Painting in the dark         I’ll be spending Earth Hour with a friend painting or drawing a picture in complete darkness without being able to identify the colours or shapes they are drawing.  I could imagine walking up to Epsom Downs and enjoying the view of the dark skyline of London and experiencing the feeling of walking in total darkness.

 

Cristina       Candle-lit dinner    I’ll be at a friend’s house so will ask to have dinner by candle light with a good glass of wine.  If I were at home by myself, I could imagine lighting some candles and reading a good book.

 

Jennifer      Candle-lit walk       It would be amazing if in each city the Mayor could celebrate Earth Hour by inviting local people into the high street, turning off the electricity and then everyone could go for a walk holding a decorated candle.

 

Angelika      Bonfire jam  I’d like to organize a bonfire event with a group of friends, playing play guitars, violins and other non -electrical instruments and enjoying snacks, drinks and good company.  I imagine this celebration could be extended to become a local tradition.

 

Luisa            Dinner in the dark I’d like to eat dinner and have a drink in my room in the darkness.  Maybe I’ll light a candle and watch it burn.

 

Eniko           Horse ride   I’d love to go for a horse ride across the Downs in the moonlight.  But I’ll actually be working at the restaurant –we’ll have to serve dinner by candlelight!

 

Gita             Moonlit walk           I’d like to go for a walk with a friend at night around the local streets.  There will be so much to see in the moonlight with twinkling stars.

 

Krystyna      Romantic dinner     I’m going to have a romantic dinner with my husband and the wine will get us singing and dancing!

TERM DATES AND FEES JAN -FEB 2016

Classes start on Tuesday 5th January, please note revised fees.  Fees are payable on the first day of term please.

PRE-FCE (PET)  [Mondays and Thursdays]

THURSDAY 7 January – Thursday 11 February

Fee: £146.00

 

FCE  [Tuesdays and Fridays]

TUESDAY 5 January  –  Friday 12 February

Fee: £160.00   (£146.00 if you can’t attend substitute lesson on 15/12/15)

 

CAE  [Mondays and Wednesdays]

WEDNESDAY 6 January – Wed. 10 February

Fee: £146.00

If you have to miss the first lesson of term please email your teacher to let her know. Thank you.

100% Pass Rate!

It’s official!

Our Cambridge exam pass rate for the academic year 2014/15 was 100%. Congratulations to all our clever students!

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It’s not too late to enrol!

Dont’ worry if you missed our open morning, you can still join one of our classes.  Just email us at english_class_epsom@hotmail.co.uk or call us on 07747 535 165  for more information.

Sign up for classes starting in September 2015

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.

Summer English Classes in July and August

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.

Book Now!  07747 535165  or  email: english_class_epsom@hotmail.co.uk

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