Learning English in a High School in England

The course is divided into two sections. One longer programme which is called an Academic Year Programme and you would arrive at your school in September and leave around mid July. You would be expected to take part fully in all school programmes and exams and therefore would be working towards an internal recognised exam you could take in July

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We know that all of you ( parents and students ) will have concerns, worries and questions about the current outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19 throughout the World and how it could affect any courses you attend with ELH this year.

Harry Potter Filming Locations in the UK
Harry Potter Filming Locations in the UK

Based on the books by JK Rowling, Harry Potter has to be one of the most popular films of this generation. From the beginning of the eight films, viewers follow Harry, Ron and Hermoine from the time they enter the school in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone to the time their tenure at Hogwarts ends in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2. But, did you know that all their adventures were filmed in the UK?

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Top 12 Summer School Questions Answered

Summer school’s are the perfect opportunity to expand your knowledge, not only because you’re actively learning something new and improving your skills. But, also because you’re exploring and discovering these subjects in a new environment. Often summer school is thought to be an extension of regular school, and for that reason, you may not be eager to join, but summer school’s are, in fact, one of the most liberating experiences you’ll have in your teenage years. So, to help you understand more about summer school programmes we’re ensuring all your top summer school questions answered.

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How to choose the right summer course for your child

The function of a summer course goes beyond entertainment. It is a compliment to enrich children’s education, strengthen their self-esteem, enhance their creativity, improve their ability to socialise and boost their independence. In addition, children have fun, learn and are cared for, instead of being at home watching television, in front of the computer or with video games and eating junk food.

Summer effect - How to avoid the loss of learning
Summer effect: How to avoid the loss of learning?

Summer break always arrives, and with this most students say goodbye to teachers, books, pencils, notebooks and blackboards. Summer brings with it the opportunity to rest, travel and enjoy the benefits of heat, however, these two or almost three months away from the classroom, bring the inevitable forgetting of contents and skills worked during the previous school year, resulting in lag and difficulty to continue with new learning. In this post we will talk a little about this effect and discuss some ways to avoid it.

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