How can surfing & watersports support English language learning?

One of the key things to remember about language learning – especially when you are studying at a language school – is that not all learning happens in the classroom 🙂 Of course, the classes are important and provide a perfect place to really examine how a language works, but it is also that timeSigue leyendo “How can surfing & watersports support English language learning?”

Sunset Chasing in West Cornwall

It has been a while since our last blog post! Since March, we have been flat out on adventures with our students around Cornwall. However, we finally have some time to rekindle our blog posts, and we are very pleased to introduce Megan who is working with us to share our Language Tree stories ofSigue leyendo “Sunset Chasing in West Cornwall”

Wonderful St Ives

One thing you can always guarantee on a trip to St Ives is an incredible variety of food and drink options! From the tastiest Cornish pasties to fine dining and fresh seafood. (plus, there’s the best coffee and ice-cream shacks dotted around the harbour. But beware! When snacking around the harbour, the seagulls will swoopSigue leyendo “Wonderful St Ives”

Amazing water sports around Cornwall

Then, there are the glorious sandy beaches, some 5km long that are just perfect for meditative walks… …or even horse riding! (For those who dream of galloping along a deserted beach at low tide early in the morning, click here for a beautiful horse riding video on Perranporth beach.) All along this coastline, we haveSigue leyendo “Amazing water sports around Cornwall”

Excursión de un día al Monte San Miguel

Es uno de los monumentos más famosos de Cornualles y uno de los destinos favoritos de nuestros estudiantes. En todas nuestras excursiones le acompañarán siempre nuestros experimentados guías. Nos encanta compartir la aventura contigo y lo organizamos todo para que tú sólo tengas que disfrutar de los increíbles lugares que visitaremos. Si está estudiando unSigue leyendo “Excursión de un día al Monte San Miguel”