Looking for ideas what to do at Christmas in London?
Here are some things Londoners enjoy during December:
New Year’s Eve Fireworks Display in London
This is a must see if you are for new Year’s Eve in London. London Eye, Jubilee Gardens, South Bank, South Bank, London, SE1 7PB Tube: Embankment Underground Station, Westminster Station, Waterloo Station Dates: Tuesday 31st December 2013 Read more
English autumn is coming, clouded sky, icy winds, rain – how to survive all this? Do not despair at it! Autumn in London can be a wonderful time. The best way to beat the winter blues is to get outside and enjoy the fantastic festive activities in the capital. Here you have a list of events coming soon in London in October.
The BFI London Film Festival A MUST FOR FILM LOVERS IN LONDON! ADDRESS: BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road, South Bank, London SE1 8XT 9th October 2013 until 20th October 2013 PRICES: Films from £11.50 or £6.50 (Concs), £7 (Children) | Galas and Special Screenings £19-£25 | Screen Talks £17.50, Masterclasses £15, Weekday matinees at all venues £8 www.bfi.org.uk/lff Read more
CITY OF LONDON FESTIVAL Different activities around London (concerts, street walks, theatres…) have a look at the virtual leaflet on www.colf.org for further info. Till 26th July, includes some free activities.
THE CORONATION FESTIVAL Place: Gardens of Buckingham Palace. Exhibitions take place at daytime; celebration of music and dance over the past 60 years – in the evening. Entry £30-£90, 12 – 14 July. www.coronationfestival.com Read more
Autumn is a great season to be in London. Even though it begins to get cooler and days become shorter, there are still plenty of great things to do in London and activities you can enjoy around the town.
Yes. To book your English course online, request a placement test and we will send it to you by e-mail. Registration form can be also sent by e-mail.
Will I get a certificate?
Yes, on your request. It is a good idea to collect certificates showing your progress in English and add them to your professional portfolio. There is an administration fee of £5 for the issue of a certificate.
Is there a registration fee?
No. Many English schools charge registration fees, but we don’t. You will only pay your course fees. However, if you book other services with us, additional fees may apply.
Do I need a course book?
If you attend our part-time English courses, you will need to buy a course book. With our intensive English courses student books are available to buy or borrow from the school.
What if I miss my class?
Don’t worry, if you miss one or two lessons, you will be able to follow your course. Ask your teacher what was done, check with a colleague their notes and your text book.