Best of luck to all our exam classes!
We would like to wish all of our students the very best of luck over the next few weeks in their IELTS, FCE and CAE exams.
This summer, Southbourne School of English is already expecting forty nationalities at the main centre alone, with more bookings from new nationalities coming in every week! Our students can look forward to a fantastic summer of learning, fun at the beach, meeting people from all over the world and becoming fast friends and part of the excitement that our multi-cultural environment creates.
Our full daily activities programme ensures that there will never be a dull moment during your free time in Bournemouth. Both adults and juniors can take part in a wide range of activities including sports (football, volleyball, tennis, etc), swimming, visits to places of local beauty or historical and cultural interest, and the always-important shopping trips to pick up souvenirs for friends and family!
On top of this are our incredibly popular full-day excursions which take place every Saturday! These are included with all summer vacation courses and provide students with the chance to visit some of the country’s major cities, including London, Oxford, Bath, and Brighton.
With Bournemouth’s golden beaches just a fifteen minute walk from the school, and the town centre a short bus-ride away, spending your summer at Southbourne School of English is a guaranteed great time!
Why not read some of our testimonials to hear what students have been saying about Southbourne School of English, Bournemouth?
We are pleased to hear that our Chinese junior group arrived home safely. We miss you all! We would like to also wish our Chinese students and everyone else a very
Happy Chinese New Year 2012!
‘Year of the Dragon’
In its first year a baby utters a wide range of vocal sounds; at around one year the first understandable words are uttered; at around three years complex sentences are formed; at five years a child possesses several thousand words.
‘We need a metamorphosis of education – from the cocoon a butterfly should emerge. Improvement does not give us a butterfly only a faster caterpillar.’ Learning to Learn
‘No problem can be solved by the same consciousness that created it. We need to see the world anew.’ Albert Einstein
‘If we always do what we’ve always done, we will get what we’ve always got.’ Adam Urbanski
‘One can never consent to creep when one feels the compulsion to soar’. Helen Keller
‘Man’s mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions.’ Oliver Wendell Holmes Jnr
‘Ten geographers who think the world is flat will tend to reinforce each others errors….Only a sailor can set them straight’. John Ralston Saul
‘The faithful witness, like…Socrates, Voltaire, and Swift and Christ himself, is at his best when he is questioning and clarifying and avoiding the specialists obsession with solution. He betrays society when he is silent…He is true to himself and to people when his clarity causes disquiet.’ John Ralston Saul
‘It is today we must create the world of the future.’ Eleanor Roosevelt
‘The human mind treats a new idea the way a body treats a strange problem it rejects it.’ Sir Peter Medawar
‘To arrive at the simplest truth requires years of contemplation.’ Isaac Newton
‘Those who do nothing are never wrong.’ Theodore de Bouville
Thank you all for attending, and taking part in, our Christmas pantomimes. We had a lot of fun and hope you all did too.
If you want to see some pictures from the day, visit our facebook page ‘Southbourne School (Official Site)’.
A very Merry Christmas from all the staff at Southbourne School of English!!!
Best of luck to all our exam classes
We would like to wish all of our current students the very best of luck in their Cambridge First, Advanced, and Proficiency exams! Break a leg and come out with flying colours!
Enjoy our weekly film nights every Tuesday and Thursday
Please check the activity board for which films will be showing, when and where. Come and have some fun!
On Monday night it was Halloween at Southbourne School of English! The vampires, witches, ghosts, and students of Southbourne School turned out in force to party into the depths of night!
‘Bat cheese’, ‘spider cakes’, and other treats favoured by the living dead were on the menu and were washed down with some ‘potion punch’. To round the night off students voted for the ‘best fancy dress’.
Big thanks go to Kathryn, for putting so much effort into an excellent event, and to all the students who turned up and made the evening so much fun. A fantastic time was had by all!