Matthew (on the far right) took EC Cape Town students on a train ride and then to the beach. Thanks Matt! :)

37 degrees in the Mother City!

When it’s 37 degrees in Cape Town, it’s time to go to the beach! It was the first time for all the students who joined the excursion with Matthew- a teacher at EC Cape Town. What a beautiful trip to a beautiful beach, Muizenberg. A wonderful view and an awesome beach! After the trip we finished … Read more

What’s on guide, 12-18 of January

Happy Monday everybody! Take a look on the pictures where you can find a lot of different activities for this week. English School EC Cape Town organizes a soccer match on Thursday this week against LAL School, please book with Kévin on the 5th floor if you are interested to join! __________________________________ Remember to follow … Read more

What’s on guide – week 45

The newest What’s on Guide of our English school in Cape Town is available now. Thursday, the 6th of November, our English language center in South Africa students can join teacher Matthew for a sunset on Table Mountain. You go up by cable car and once you arrive you will have some food and enjoy a beautiful … Read more

Something fishy!

by Sheetal Makhan (AYC) One of our most memorable AY students, Mayu Kakado has just arrived back in Japan. After her course ended at EC Cape Town in August, she had a great trip planned around Africa. However, not one to waste her time, she spent her free two weeks volunteering at Two Oceans Aquarium … Read more

My mother. My blood. My life…

Sheetal Makhan (AYC) In one of my classes recently, we spoke about patriotism and what it really means. What does it mean to be patriotic? [patriotic means to express deep devotion/love for one’s country] Well, this morning, I had a surprise when one of my AY students, Otman Eltalis appeared at my office door. I … Read more