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
The great thing about using apps to learn is that they give you the freedom to learn anytime, anywhere and they can be great fun to use too. There are some fantastic apps currently available that can really benefit your language learning. But which one is right for you? We’ve put together this handy list… read more
If you love sport, then you will want to practice talking about it as you learn English. The most common words we use to talk about sport in English are ‘play’, ‘go’ and ‘do’. But, learning which of these verbs to use with the correct sporting activity can be a little confusing! Here are some… read more
You’ve been accepted on to your dream course, studying abroad and now you have the overwhelming task of packing for this life changing experience. But don’t panic! Our study abroad packing list is here to help alleviate the stress and help you pack only the bare essentials… Clothes Aim for around five or six of… read more
Have you ever thought about turning your passion for performing arts into an English learning opportunity? It is always more enjoyable to learn while you’re having fun so we’ve put together a few ideas of how you can do exactly that… 1. See lots of shows When you feel you have a basic understanding of… read more
Our centres are based in impressive schools, surrounded by beautiful countryside. They are located in London and the South East of England.
Our range of courses embrace a combination of learning with leisure, so that each student has a memorable experience.
If you have questions about any of our courses, please fill out our course enquiry form with your queries.
Our centres are conveniently located so that both educational and personal trips are trouble-free. We also boast outstanding sports facilities.
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
into top universities
These courses provide a combination of tennis coaching, English classes and a programme of social activities.
Our Intensive Academic Programme course is aimed at students wishing to sharpen their academic abilities.
This course is aimed at pupils aged 8-14, including native speakers.
Foundation GYL is an introduction to debating, open to students aged 11-13.