Classes held at:

Tel: 07747 535 165
Visits by appointment only.
Email us at:
english_class_epsom@hotmail.co.uk

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

English Class Epsom Summer School – Apply Now!

Do you want to improve your English skills this summer? Our Summer School will get you speaking, reading and writing more confidently. Small groups, £10 per hour. Apply now!

  • 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

WWF’s Earth Hour reached a record breaking 162 countries.

We just had to share this with all our students who took part in Earth Hour 2014! 

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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 BenBuckingham 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:

http://email.wwf.org.uk/MfqDuN8fHpjlgOfHABWFnS5VT5gLlQIDlrvZlcNWqqu/WebView.aspx

More brilliant ideas from our students for celebrating #earthhour2014 !

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
1

Sara

See London by night from the highest building and see all the stars (normally difficult by streetlight )
2

Joanna, Andrea, Yannik

Food-tasting in the dark – guess what you’re eating at a “blind dinner”.
3

Cristina R

Go to Green Park, London for an amazing time

 

4

Laia

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.
5

Vivien

Yoga in the dark – Moon Salutations!

 

6

Maria

Laughter chain – Sit on each other’s tummy and tickle for a ripple of laughter
7

Vera

Follow the itinerary of Jack the Ripper in London

 

8

Maria

Sing traditional songs accompanied by guitar

 

9

Laure, Marina

Tell each other scary stories, sitting on the floor of a ghost house or cemetery
10

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

More about Earth Hour

Welcome to Earth Hour!
We’ve just joined the millions of people, across the globe, who are doing it in the dark for World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour and taking action to protect our brilliant planet! It’s a celebration of the natural world – and a chance for us all to part to play in looking after it.

Thisyear’s global lights out is on Saturday 29 March, 8.30pm but it’s about more than just an hour so get involved on Facebook. It’s a great way to join the conversation and share the latest Earth Hour news, inspirational nature facts, conservation stories and more…
We’ll be posting more ways to join in on this blog but for now, as a special thanks from WWF, you can click here to download our exclusive celebrity read ‘Just So’ stories.

 

 

I’ve joined the millions who #doitinthedark to show they want to protect our brilliant planet. Will you? #EarthHour

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Earth Hour 29 March 2014, 8.30-9.30pm – Lights out!

The world will be celebrating our brilliant planet – so we’re running a competition to find the most brilliant student event on the night.
When the lights go out, what will YOU do in the dark? Why not … camp out? …have a candle-lit supper? …pen a poem? Whatever, so long as you SWITCH OFF & GO GREEN , tell us about it … and ECE students will vote the winner.

The PRIZE:  a Pamper hamper .  So,  send in your brilliant ideas by 21 March here – as a Comment or by  email english_class_epsom@hotmail.co.uk      or      facebook /englishclassepsom

Find out more about WWF Earth Hour:          http://earthhour.wwf.org.uk/

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