Eastbourne is a resort town on England’s southeast coast. On the seafront are Victorian hotels, the 19th-century Eastbourne Pier and a 1930s bandstand. Towner Art Gallery includes modern British works. Nearby, Redoubt Fortress, built during the Napoleonic Wars, has a military museum. Southwest along the coast, in South Downs National Park, are the tall chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and its striped 1902 lighthouse.
Being an English Language Teacher is hugely rewarding and I had a feeling it was going to be when I decided to do it. The range of students passing through English Language Homestays and the Company, is diverse. Young to older, beginners to advanced.
What can you expect when you are living with a Homestay!! Marble floors, maid service and all-inclusive meals…Well almost. You will certainly see a marble rolling across the floor as a cheeky toddler tries to get you to come on board and play until way after their bedtime and possibly yours.
There are many ways to learn English, some of which are very formal, others are more fun. Scientists prove that human brain can be mostly productive around 10:00 am, hence most of your school tests and exams are run around that time.
There is never a dull moment when you offer Homestay Accommodation for International Students and I would totally recommend it to anyone. Whether you have a single room or a twin room, right up to four in a room, you will enjoy every moment. Meeting students from every type of background makes you realise that life is just about enjoying all the happy moments and creating the best memories to treasure for a lifetime.
English Homestay is a fast and effective English Learning Programme. It is designed to help students improve their English in a very short time, by living and learning English with their own private individual Tutor, or English teacher. The benefits of living and learning with your own private English Teacher are huge.
As English homestay accommodation manager is that I get to also meet and greet some of the many European coaches that arrive. No day is ever the same and never a dull moment. On arrival you get to see which international student is the princess of the group and which one is going to be a challenge! With each English school group there’s always the young loved up couple to spot..
It was a perfect day to visit the park: a sunny Sunday, without any clouds. After an hour and a half of driving in the “bakkie” (that is what South Africans would call a sports utility vehicle!) with my whole host family, we finally arrived. It was a very exotic place for me – no urban environment, only mountains, vegetation and sea on the horizon.