Guided E-learning Launch!

This week EC Cambridge has launched Guided E-Learning! E-learning is a web based system designed to aid students with their learning of a foreign Language. Its easy to register and is 100% free! Once you have registered you can brush up on your English before you have arrived at the school, use it as a tool once you are here to develop and maintain your skills and even use it after you leave  to keep what you have learnt fresh in your mind! Also, you can use the sight to keep up to date on all goings on at EC, see all events coming up and even request student letters, holidays and book appointments to see both academic and accommodation staff! For more information look out for posters and fliers throughout both buildings or speak to Mike or Sarah in the office building!

Football Update

For all you keen Sportsmen, just a quick update on our weekly football on a Sunday with Teacher James! Due to the wonderful English Weather the time is changing from 14:30 to 13:30 to start! If you need any more information, see Mike in the computer room or teacher James.

This Weeks Musicals!

This Wednesday we offer Trips to two different Musicals in the West End of London! The first on offer is Disney’s African epic ,The Lion King, £46.00. The price includes transfers to and from the theatre and of course the ticket for the musical. An amazing combination of acting, singing and scenery! Also we offer a trip to see Grease. This classic American film has been turned into one of London’s highest grossing musicals with its classic Rock ‘n’ Roll style. A real bargain at £42.00 and again price includes transfers to and from the theatre and the ticket for the musical! See Mike in the Computer Room to book your place! And hurry as places filling up fast!


Here at EC Cambridge we like to keep you busy! For the coming weeks we are offering our student’s extra FREE ENGLISH LESSONS. These are held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings in the Common Room! Please sign up at the Academic Office to take advantage of these FREE ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSES! For more information go to the Academic Office at the School Building!

This Weekends Excursions!

This weekend, courtesey of travelsights, we offer trips to Windsor, Norwich and Bath and Stonehenge! Royal Windsor & Castle Windsor stands majestically on one bank of the River Thames. We have an impressive self-guided audiotour of the castle ( included) which is home to the Royal Family. Then free time to explore Windsor’s many other attractions, its busy town centre, nearby Eton College where the Princes William and Harry attended school, River Thames cruises, and lots more. .£33.00 Norwich The principal city in East Anglia and for many years the second city in England, Norwich is full of Saxon and Norman history as can be seen from its castle, Cathedral and city walls. After a guided walking tour of the city there will be time to further explore the sights and shopping centre and enjoy the busy and lively atmosphere. Price includes guided walking tour. £22.00 And Finally…. Bath & Stonehenge Bath is Britain’s most beautiful city. Here we have a guided walking tour (included) of the historic city centre with its stunning Georgian architecture and its’ famous hot water springs and where you will visit the Roman Baths, the underground remains of the ancient Roman city (admission included). Plenty of free time then allows you to further explore and enjoy the sights, shops, street entertainers and great nightlife the city has to offer. En route back to Cambridge on Sunday, we visit Stonehenge(admission included), Europe’s most famous prehistoric monument. A great weekend. £100.00 See Mike to book your place and have a great Weekend!

This weeks free activities!

Take this opportunity to visit one of the most archaeologically diverse colleges in Cambridge, 15th to 20th Centuries. See it’s coutyards, the Bridge of Sighs and the river gardens. Also we visit the Sedgewick Museum. he Sedwick Museum in Cambridge is one of the best geological museums in the country. Exhibitions of fossil records take visitors on a trip through time from the earliest life on earth, to the origins of modern life. The fossils are arranged by age. You can simply walk from one display cabinet to the next following the ages through. See Mike for more details and pick up this weeks activity program from the computer room, common room and outside the academic office in the school. Have a good week!

This weeks free activities!

Outside your English Language Classes we like to give you the opportunity to meet other students and talk English together. This week we have free trips for you to enjoy, including the Archaeology Museum, Zoology museum and Great St Marys Tower. Visit the Zoology museum Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday Morning  and find a specimen of every group of animal and find out their evolutionary relationship. On Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon visit the Archaeology and Anthropology Museum. The University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology holds over 35,000 objects from South, South East and East Asia in their anthropological collection. And on Thursday afternoon we have our weekly trip to Great St Marys Tower! Meet outside the school and there is no need to register. Have a great week!