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English Courses in England for Over 50s

English Courses in England for Over 50s

English Courses in England for 50+ English courses for over 50s are an increasingly popular choice for those looking to learn English and gain language confidence while learning about local culture. We look at the example of Eastbourne on the south coast of England. It’s one of the most popular places for over 50s to learn and the perfect place to explore because of the beautiful Sussex countryside, villages, castles and gardens. Am I too Old to Learn English? Absolutely not! You’re ... Read More
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Why visit Sussex?

Why visit Sussex?

Why visit Sussex? Sussex, the historic county and ancient kingdom of England, has so much to offer visitors with some of the best weather in the UK, gorgeous countryside with rolling hills, ancient woodland and iconic white cliff coastline perfect for walking, thousands of years of history, medieval villages, magnificent castles, beautiful gardens, stunning modern art galleries, major arts and cultural festivals, cutting-edge technologies of ‘silicon beach’ and a heaven for food love... Read More
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English plus Horse Riding in Eastbourne

English plus Horse Riding in Eastbourne

At ELC Eastbourne, we are delighted to announce the launch of a new course to complement our existing English + leisure programmes. Available all year round from May 2016, General English plus Horse Riding is a course for anyone over 16. No previous experience is required!  In the morning's students study on the General English course in a multi-national class at their level. For 3 afternoon per week, students will have horse-riding lessons led by an experienced trainer. Lessons are tailore... Read More
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Interviews with the team: we talk to Luke, our new Social Organiser

Interviews with the team: we talk to Luke, our new Social Organiser

Luke is the new social organiser at ESOE, he started a few weeks ago and the students love him! Here's what we found out: So Luke, what qualities do you have to be a good social organiser here at ESOE? I’m an extremely social person which makes me perfect for the job! I’m always positive and love doing all sorts of activities which means there will always be great variety in the ESOE social programme. What would you say is your biggest achievement to-date? Well in 2010, five of my f... Read More
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An Amazing Three Years at ESOE

An Amazing Three Years at ESOE

As some of you may know by now I have taken the very difficult decision to leave Eastbourne School of English and move to Australia.  It has been a dream of mine since I was very young and seeing as I’ll be thirty in a few years, it really is now or never! I can’t express how much I have loved working here. It’s been a constant pleasure to wake up every morning and look forward to coming to work. I don’t think many people are lucky enough to have that. I think this g... Read More
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Bubble Football – a new craze sweeps ESOE

Bubble Football – a new craze sweeps ESOE

Everyone is familiar with a good old kick-about, however for some this has become a little too predictable and tame… So to spice things up a bit and add some extra excitement, someone decided to add some giant inflatable bubbles into the equation – resulting in an extremely entertaining and humours new sport called Bubble Football. The concept is similar to the original, with players aiming to score against each other – however in this version each player is immersed in a gian... Read More
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Brand new ESOE 5 a-side football team

Brand new ESOE 5 a-side football team

Our students love sport and so does Mike, our social organiser. The most popular sport in the UK is football, and Mike recently set up an ESOE five –a-side football team within the league “Firmballs”. The league is comprised of local businesses from all over Eastbourne, it is extremely competitive and very fun. Games are on Wednesday nights and last 42 minutes exactly! In their first game the team lost 5-2, however they will be working hard to improve as they get to know each o... Read More
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Student vote: Top attractions and destinations in England

Student vote: Top attractions and destinations in England

There are countless great places for students to visit when they some to study English with us, we love being able to take students to all the amazing destinations in England such as London, Oxford, Bath and Cambridge. As well as these popular destinations there are also any places to visit in and around in Eastbourne including Beachy head, Brighton, Hastings or Rye. We also love to hear first hand from ESOE students about the places they enjoy the most and we were lucky enough to have the oppor... Read More
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Our favourite Eastbourne sights and attractions

Our favourite Eastbourne sights and attractions

We love Eastbourne and so do our students, it is a beautiful and safe town with a plethora of attractions to interest everybody! Our students absolutely adore the area and find themselves missing Eastbourne once they leave, one of the main reasons they love it so much is because of all the attractions and the memories they make in the area. Below we run through some of our favourite attractions in Eastbourne. Beachy Head The views here are absolutely breath-taking, our Beachy Head excursion is ... Read More
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ESOE trip to Bath and Stonehenge

ESOE trip to Bath and Stonehenge

One of the most popular excursions for our students is the trip to Bath and Stonehenge, and it is not difficult to see why. Stonehenge is known all over the world as a UNESCO world heritage site and thought to be about 4000 years old, to this day no one is sure about how or why it was built. Many people have hypothesised that it may have been built for worship, rituals or astronomical observation. Whatever the reason the site continues to attract and amaze hundreds of thousands of visi... Read More
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