Learning English in Cambridge is a fun and friendly experience. Meet Alice Tigwell, Social Organiser at the Embassy English School in Cambridge Alice plans the fun things students do when they’re not studying hard in class. Here are just a few tips from Alice on how to make the most of learning English in this friendly city.
One of our students told me yesterday that they love Cambridge because staff here are so welcoming and friendly – it feels like a family – I agree with this.
I really like the fact that Cambridge is such a green city, it’s great even if you just want to sit in the park and read a book – you really get the best of both worlds.
For Cambridge it has to be a cream tea. We often go on bike tours to Grantchester and then stop off for a cream tea.
Just get involved as much as possible with activities and the Conversation Club. Use every opportunity to speak with other students and staff. Make the most of it!
That we’re all lovely, very nice people, very approachable and that we’re always happy to help whenever we can.
Not long ago, I worked with a student from Africa to help him organise a week of African themed activities. I’ve spent a lot of time in Africa myself and we both wanted to raise awareness and to break the stereotypes about Africa. For him it was very important to make people aware of what Africa is like.
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