Learning a new language doesn’t just involve the ability to speak, read and write; you also need to be able to listen and interpret what you’re hearing. Sometimes, it can be difficult to listen to something or someone even when you are already fluent in the language. It’s even harder to pay attention when you… read more
When learning another language, many people can feel apprehensive about putting that language into practice. However, if you ever want to be fluent, you will have to learn to overcome your shyness and try to become more confident. Of course, that is easier said than done, which is why we have put together some helpful… read more
English summer schools are a great way to learn the language – you’re completely immersed in the language when you are living and staying abroad, and you have plenty of opportunities to practice. Even when you are not in lessons, you use English to order food, ask for directions, or interact with your new friends…. read more
Learning a new language isn’t always easy; it comes with its own set of challenges and frustrations. However, if you ever want to be fluent you must stick at it, even when it feels too difficult. The trick is to find more exciting ways of learning. Here are some of our ideas: Go Abroad Visiting… read more
The English are known around the world for being polite and restrained. Coming from a different culture, it can be difficult to express yourself the way that people expect within the UK, especially when you are just learning a language. Many times, the straight-forward way to say something linguistically (and the way that you are… read more
One of the frustrating things about learning a new language is only knowing one way to express a feeling or belief – a limited vocabulary can mean that you’re unable to get your point across easily or simply don’t feel that you can communicate properly. A good way to expand your vocabulary in English is… read more
The English language is full of words that are written or sound the same, which can make it very difficult for students of the language to know which one to use. These words are called homophones or homonyms; homophones are words that sound the same (like great or grate), and homonyms are words that are… read more
At Our World English, we have students from around the world who all come to us to learn or improve their English. Every language has its own quirks, history, and culture surrounding it, so while you may develop a rich vocabulary in English, some words will always remain untranslatable. Here are some of our favourite… read more
Practice makes perfect, but sometimes it can be difficult to find somebody to practice your spoke English with – when you speak to friends it is too easy to slip back into your native tongue and finding a specific person just to practice English with can be difficult and awkward. Luckily, there are a few… 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 15th year, Global Young Leaders is a premium debate and communication course for students aged 14 to 17.
These courses offers boys and girls aged 8-17 the opportunity to develop their theatrical skills in Drama and Dance.
This course, run in association with Chelsea FC Foundation, are open to boys and girls aged 8-14.
This course provides a combination of tennis coaching, English classes and a programme of social activities.
This course is aimed at pupils aged 14-17, including native speakers.