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The best language school in Brighton

The best language school in Brighton

Which is the best language school in Brighton? Well, every language school says they are No 1 and it depends on your budget and what you are looking for. Perhaps the fairest thing to do is look at what independent inspection organisations say. In June 2015 the British Council inspected ELC Brighton and awarded it 12 out of a possible 15 areas of strength in the British Council inspection report - the top score for any language school in Brighton and placing it in the top... Read More
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Eastbourne School of English 80th birthday celebrations!

Eastbourne School of English 80th birthday celebrations!

On Saturday 30 April 2016, Eastbourne School of English had a party to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the founding of the school. Staff and students from the school welcomed the Worshipful the Mayor of Eastbourne, Councillor Janet Coles, the Member of Parliament for Eastbourne, Caroline Ansell, host families, friends, local partners, members of the board and management of The English Language Centre and former staff. The school was established in the summer of 1936 by Miss Frances B... Read More
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Eastbourne School of English is a Centre of Excellence

Eastbourne School of English is a Centre of Excellence

        Eastbourne School of English is accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English as a foreign language. To obtain accreditation, the school must be inspected regularly and meet very strict criteria. The British Council last inspected and accredited Eastbourne School of English in June 2015. ESOE achieved 8 overall areas of strength, well above the average for BC schools of 3.6. You can read the full report here.  Ac... Read More
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ELC Brighton/ESOE first joint teachers’ conference

ELC Brighton/ESOE first joint teachers’ conference

51 teachers from ELC Brighton and Eastbourne School of English came together in Lewes in October for a workshop entitled Teaching with Mobile Devices presented by Gavin Dudeney, followed by dinner together. This was the first joint workshop held for teaching staff of both schools and is part of the broader technology strategy of the organisation that has seen a large investment in technology across the 2 schools. In addition to interactive whiteboards, both schools have been recently enhanced wi... Read More
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St. Jude storm hits Brighton and the UK

St. Jude storm hits Brighton and the UK

The recent storm, nicknamed St Jude is said to be the worst storm to hit the UK in decades. News broadcasters all over the country warned of catastrophic winds of around 90 miles per hour which were set to hit at the Monday rush hour, bringing transport to a halt and leaving thousands of commuters unable to travel. However not everyone shared the same panic, on the Twittersphere the news of the storm was met with widespread scepticism, with most users writing off the possibility of a proper stor... Read More
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More than 100 teachers at ELC Brighton

More than 100 teachers at ELC Brighton

More than 100 English language teachers from all over the world are currently studying at ELC Brighton on one of our teacher development courses. The list of countries they come from include Argentina, Algeria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia and Spain. In addition to the brochure courses, we are running tailor-made courses for groups of teachers from Argentina and Germany. In the photo we can see teachers on our English in the Primary Classroom course showing off th... Read More
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