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Interactive English Language School

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£75.00 per week for full time course(15 hours per week) No registration fees! Free book!
Contact us now on or go directly to our booking page at 
(Valid if you book 3 weeks or more. Direct bookings only. Only for courses starting from 1 September 2015)
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Walking tour for all newcomers was a success! Thanks to our lovely guide Mo :)

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Happy Eid to all, after a very hot month of Ramadan :)
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Every weekend our students visit amazing places! Come and book with us these great tours:
London Sightseeing, Shops & Museums
London Sightseeing & Madame Tussauds
Oxford Windsor & Eton
Cambridge & Greenwich
Stonehenge & Bath
Isle of Wight & Portsmouth
Leeds Castle & Canterbury
Stratford upon Avon & the Cotswolds
Liverpool & Manchester
Bicester Village - Luxury Discounted Shopping
Amsterdam & Bruges
Paris & Versailles
Paris & Disneyland
Scotland - Edinburgh & The Highlands
York - Dracula & Harry Potter weekend
Ireland - Dublin & The Wicklow Mountains
and many more!... All tours are organised at the weekends so you will not miss any of your classes!
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For all new students (and old ones :))! City Sightseeing every day until 30 September then Weekends only until 31 October smile emoticon
Check out the schedule on this link :
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What to do at the weekend? here is a suggestion: South Kensington is famous for its three huge world-class museums all next door to each other:
The Natural History Museum charts the development of life on earth, the planet, our environment and evolution in over 30 galleries. This includes sections on dinosaurs, fossils, mammals and gemstones, and always exciting temporary exhibitions.
The Science Museum is very hands-on these days, and its historic collections form a fascinating record of scientific, technological and medical change since the 18th century. The interactive experiences explore everything from transport, flight and space exploration, to telecommunications, medicine and time.
The Victoria & Albert is the world’s greatest museum of art and design, a treasure house of artefacts of fashion, furniture, textiles, photography, architecture and sculpture, from many of the world’s richest cultures stretching back 3,000 years. There are always temporary exhibitions and on your visit there’ll be ones on wedding dresses since 1775, the fashion photographer Horst, and the painter Constable (charges may apply).
Or you could catch a bus or tube and go shopping (Harrods and Harvey Nicks are just up the road)
Just take the train from Brighton station to London Victoria, and than the tube to Kensington!
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There is so much going on in Brighton & Hove it can be difficult to keep up! So to help you plan ahead, each month we will give you a selection of great reasons to visit...
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