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How To Identify The Best Business English Course For Your Company

How To Identify The Best Business English Course For Your Company

Business English Courses In Brighton, UK There are a large number of English language schools in England and with nearly every school offering Business English courses how can you make the right choice as a professional? In this post we will try to help you find the right English language school and the best Business English course for professionals and executives with 5 tips on what to look out for: 1. Business English Courses for students or professionals?   Good language s... Read More
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CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning): Expert Interview

CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning): Expert Interview

Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): Definition.   First question: can you just tell me who you are and what you do? I’m Edward Russell and I’m the Head of Teacher Training at the English Language Centre in Brighton on the south-coast of England. And you teach on CLIL, what does that stand for? So CLIL is Content and Language Integrated Learning. This is a teacher training course for teachers of English and other subjects who might be transitioning from teaching in o... Read More
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Ten websites for improving your English online

Ten websites for improving your English online

Top 10 Websites for improving your English Online Many of our language students come to us to learn English not just because they want to but because it’s a smart thing to do. With English being one of the main languages in global economic use many businesses and individuals are turning to England and learning the language to improve their chances of being successful in their futures. But what do you do if you don’t have the time to join an English language course? What do you do if ... Read More
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Meet the team: ELC Brighton appoint new Head of Teacher Training

Ed Russell has joined ELC Brighton as the new Head of Teacher Training.  He has nearly 15 years' experience as a teacher, teacher trainer, academic manager, conference speaker, assessor and published writer both in the UK and in a number of other countries including working for the British Council in Thailand, Palestine, Bulgaria and Singapore, and NILE and Pilgrims in the UK. As a teacher trainer, Ed trained as a CELTA tutor and has significant experience of teaching and tra... Read More
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Teacher Katherine passes DELTA with merit

Teacher Katherine passes DELTA with merit

Eastbourne School of English is a not-for-profit educational charity that champions the highest standards in English language teaching. In order to achieve these high standards ESOE supports the continuing personal and professional development of all staff in a variety of ways: we provide a monthly Teacher Development Programme of workshops/talks we actively encourage and sponsor teachers to participate in some of the many workshops and conferences organised outside ESO... Read More
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2016 winner of the Graham Smith/ ESOE scholarship prize announced

2016 winner of the Graham Smith/ ESOE scholarship prize announced

The Graham Smith / Eastbourne School of English scholarship was set up in 2013 in memory of a well-loved, long-serving ESOE teacher.  Each year a scholarship winner is supported to attend the Annual IATEFL conference in the UK. This year, to help celebrate the 50th IATEFL Annual Conference taking place in Birmingham, Eastbourne School of English has awarded two scholarships to deserving teachers. Chosen from more than 60 applicants, the 2016 winners of the Graham Smith / Eastbourne School ... Read More
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ESOE Academic Manager, Jenny Johnson, gives talk at conference in Barcelona

ESOE Academic Manager, Jenny Johnson, gives talk at conference in Barcelona

Eastbourne School of English celebrates its 80th birthday in 2016. ESOE became a not-for-profit educational charity in 1966 to ensure that the school would be a champion for the highest standards in English language teaching. Today the school continues to play its part in helping to raise standards in English language teaching. In addition to promoting teacher development through the courses for overseas teachers it runs, ESOE staff also gives talks, workshops and semina... 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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ESOE hosts the TEN Admin Conference

ESOE hosts the TEN Admin Conference

This year the annual TEN Administration Conference was held at Eastbourne School of English. Administration staff from each of the The English Network (TEN) Schools gathered together for a weekend of information and exchanging ideas. Friday night was a relaxed evening at a local restaurant with a meal, drinks and a magician! This was a great opportunity to catch up with everyone and meet new members of staff who were not at previous conferences. Those who tired after their journey to Eastbourne ... 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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