At EC Cambridge, our goal is ‘Helping students suceed in a Global community’. As part of this we offer our students free careers advice! So if you are looking to find a job whilst studying in the UK or want some advice on going to University why not take advantage of this great oppurtunity. Our Careers advisor Penny, is fully qualified and her job is finding your job! For more information speak to Mike or your teacher! And remember this service is for YOU! So if you want to see the advisor book an appointment with Mike!
Here at EC Cambridge, we try to offer you the best activities and excursions to help you make the most of your time in England! As well as our free Activity Programme including free trips to some of the best places in Cambridge, we also offer lots of excursions to other cities, musicals and sporting events! This month we have a trip to Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea football club to see two of the Worlds best teams Brazil Vs Russia! If you want to go, the trip is a bargain at just £69 and icludes coach travel to and from the ground and of course the Match Ticket! See Mike to book your place!
Comic Relief is an operating British charity, founded in 1985 in response to the famine in Ethiopia. The highlight of Comic Relief’s appeal is Red Nose Day, but why a red nose? It is believed that the idea of a red nose could symbolise comedy because they are commonly used by clowns. The USA and Australia also have a Red Nose Day. In Britain it’s March the 15th, where people all over the country do stupid and amazing things to help raise money for charity, for example: Going to work in their pyjamas Sitting in a bath full of Jelly or Baked Beans all day Cycling in the gym for many hours wearing a funny outfit But then, some celebrities do really amazing things for Comic Relief, or its sister company Sport Relief. Some people run the length of the country to raise money, or swim the English Channel from Dover to Calais. Of course, EC does not expect you to ski to school or talk with consonants all day just to save time. But if you’d like to donate anything to help those who are less fortunate than us, it would be a big help! Here’s a photo from our last charity day, Children In Need where we raised over £200! Lets try and get £300 this time!