It’s the end of the week again and time to for me to say hello again.
First of all I would like to say a big thanks to those that are taking time to read my blog! It is great to know and I would really appreciate any comments, questions or suggestions. They can be about your English classes or just about learning English in general. I will do my best to answer!
Boris went to the Science Museum on our social programme and looks like it was a good turn out. (a phrasal verb which means…………ha ha I’m not going to tell you! You find out and I’ll give you the answer next week!) Next week Boris is going to Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green, a museum that is often forgotten about! Please join him as it is a great way to practise and use the English you have been learning.
We have to say goodbye to our February teacher training trainees as they finish their TEFL London teacher training this week and I would like to wish them all the best in their future teaching careers. There are lots of schools in London and summer schools that will be looking for teachers and a great way to get experience. Good luck and stay in touch!
Well last week you met Tik, now you can see them both together. One of our students did not believe that they were brother and sister as they are like chalk and cheese. I promise you they are. Their first birthday is on April the 11th. Cat party???
I have some homework for you…..
we have an idiom that we use when it is raining heavily we say ‘it’s raining cats and dogs’
Who can tell me where it originates from? All suggestions welcome!
We are going to be changing our library to a Student Resource Centre. We are going to make it more useful for you with more books, information and resources. Work starts next week so any suggestions how you would like it and what resources you would like let me know. All suggestions are welcome!
This month the clocks go back on the 24th of March and finally spring officially arrives! A good reason to celebrate! Have a great week, enjoy your English lessons and study hard and I’ll catch up with you again next week.