Today the teachers looked on proudly as the students practised socialising in English.
Half of the school at a time made their way to the meeting room, where they were asked to approach each other and start a conversation. Although there were a lot of shy students at the beginning, afterContinue Reading –
We regret to announce that due to unavoidable circumstances Prior’s Field Summer Residential Centre for juniors will be closed this summer for renovations.Continue Reading –
We have recently finished a major extension here in Bournemouth to meet the growing demand for our English language courses. The extension has added 5 new state-of-the-art, fully air-conditioned classrooms. Taking the total number of classrooms to 22. Here at the school, we continue to ensure that all of ourContinue Reading –
We all know that Christmas can be murder – on the feet when we’re shopping and on the bank balance, when we spend too much money. This year, in a break from our traditional pantomime, the Southbourne Thespians will be putting on the mystery Christmas is Murder!
The successful Christmas ChoirContinue Reading –
The school is located in Bournemouth, Southwest of England, so there is plenty of lovely sunshine. There is a nice beach, so we can enjoy the beautiful scenery all year round. Transport links are good, and there are a lot of shops, and it’s calm and safe. So Bournemouth isContinue Reading –
Here at Southbourne School of English, we aim to meet students’ English language needs in a positive, safe learning environment. Set in a perfect location, the school occupies a purpose-built facility in a safe residential area of Bournemouth and just a ten-minute walk from the beach. We are open all year round andContinue Reading –
The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month marks the signing of the Armistice, on 11th November 1918, to signal the end of World War One and when the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years continuous warfare. This is the timeContinue Reading –
’Tis now the very witching time of night, When churchyards yawn and hell itself breathes out Contagion to this world.
— William Shakespeare
On Thursday the 21st October a rumble could be heard at Southbourne School of English. After a heavy night of rainfall the ground wasContinue Reading –