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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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ESOE is excellent 41 times

ESOE is excellent 41 times

Eastbourne School of English is celebrating its 80th year this year. One of the reasons ESOE has been able to reach such an important milestone is that throughout its history it has continually focused on delivering high quality courses and excellent teaching. Following on from its very successful British Council inspection in June 2015 in which the school achieved 8 overall areas of strength (compared with a UK schools average of 3.6), in May 2016 Eastbourne School of English together with... 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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