The best way to learn the English language is by immersing yourself in British culture, history, tourism and people. Your language skills will come on leaps and bounds if you are able to constantly hear it, read it and speak it! Hundreds of thousands of people travel to the UK every year to learn English… read more
Idioms are used regularly by English people, so if you’re learning the language and hoping to sound confident and natural, it’s worth understanding them. They can seem a little confusing at first, so be sure to learn what they actually mean before you try and use them in a sentence. Here’s a list of some… read more
There are lots obvious perks to understanding more than one language, particularly if you are planning to emigrate or go travelling. However, there are also many deeper, longer term advantages to being multilingual; it can improve your life in many ways. There has actually been a lot of research proving the positive effects of bi/multilingualism… read more
As December has quickly crept up on us and we are suddenly mid festive season we thought it would be the perfect time to learn how to say ‘Merry Christmas’ around the world. As there are over 7000 languages and dialects worldwide we will start with twenty just to get us started. Here you can… read more
Everyone shares a love of food, no matter what language they speak. For a fun way to practice learning English, why don’t you arrange to cook a meal with an English speaking friend? You can prepare your meal together, learn the names of the ingredients, along with common cooking phrases, and then sit down and… read more
Languages are extremely interesting to learn and to learn about. We have pulled together a selection of 10 fun facts about languages from around the world that you probably didn’t know. Chinese is the most spoken language in the world with 1.2 billion speakers worldwide; 1 billion of these people speak mandarin specifically. There… read more
“Immersion” is when something or someone is completely surrounded by something else. So, to learn the English language by immersion, you must surround yourself with the language all the time. This learning method has been scientifically proven to change the way your brain works, and helps you think like a native. This is because you… read more
If you’re a student learning a new language, it’s perfectly normal to feel anxious in your lessons, especially in the early stages when it’s all still new to you. However, if you want to become fluent, you will need to learn to overcome your anxiety so that it doesn’t prevent you from progresses. Here’s some… read more
English High Streets are fascinating places, especially if you’re in an older town or city. Most towns in England have a High Street. This is a main or central street which has a high concentration of shops and cafes on it. Usually, on any average English High Street there will be a good selection of… read more
English is an odd language in many ways. Known for being quite old-fashioned and formal, it’s also a very old language and over time, certain words and phrases have become quite commonly used, even amongst those who are very well educated. It’s not just children and teenagers who use slang in England, though some words… read more
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Our range of courses embrace a combination of learning with leisure, so that each student has a memorable experience.
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The aim of the course is to improve English comprehension skills, along with grammar and pronunciation.
Now in its 13th year, Global Young Leaders is a premium debate and communication course for students aged 13 to 17.
This course offers boys and girls aged 8-17 the opportunity to develop their theatrical skills in Drama and Dance.
These courses, run in association with Chelsea FC Foundation, are open to boys aged 8-17.
This course is open to 14-17 year olds with a minimum of level of B2 English.
Advanced GYL is designed to equip students with the skills required for entry
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These courses provide a combination of tennis coaching, English classes and a programme of social activities.
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This course is aimed at pupils aged 8-14, including native speakers.
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