EC Cape Town Wishes All Muslim Students A Blessed Eid Mubarak.

To all of our Muslim staff and students, we at EC Cape Town would like to wish you Eid Mubarak!! We hope you have an excellent day well spent with your loved ones and friends. Eid Mubarak is a celebration for Muslims, celebrated on this specific day is  Eid-Al-Fitr (Feast of breaking the fast) of which marks the end of Ramadan of which was celebrated throughout July.   __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS EC English Celebrates the Month of Ramadan Ramadan Kareem

Vote for EC Cape Town Director of Studies!!

EC Cape Town has to be one the most relaxed and fun schools to be at, with teachers that develops bonds with each of their students becoming like family and staff members that welcomes each student into our family! We are serious about English but we also understand that there needs to be some time set aside to relax and have some fun, we do this by involving our students  into all of the latest happenings in and around our school! This time round we are all excited for our very own Director of Studies,  Nicoletta Di Gia, who has made it to the top 5 in a well known hair and beauty competition,by Tosca Hair and Beauty Salon,  take a look at our EC Facebook page, all she needs are a few more votes tin order to win the competition! Please join in and support Nicoletta, voting lines close today at 4 pm sharp, simply log into the EC Cape Town Facebook page, click on the above seen picture, like the Tosca page and click in the small white box above the picture and viola you have added in your vote! Stay tuned in to find out what the outcome has been for the competition!   __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS What is Nicoletta reading? FCE students sing Happy Birthday to Nicoletta!

EC Cape Town Student Donates Book to Library

When students leave EC Cape Town, they don’t leave for good they always find themselves a month or two later back at EC visiting all the staff its like they are glued to our team! We in all honesty cannot blame them, we welcome each student, past and present with open arms into our family, we simply love seeing them smile and feeling at home. Below mentioned is one of our students that recently graduated from EC, he decided to make a last “pop-in”before leaving EC Cape Town and South Africa for his home land. Ahmed Bafgeesh, one of our students from Yemen that completed the Academic Year 30 Program, loved spending every spare minute he could in the Library. Reading is an important step for each of our students as this helps them to understand and build sentences. A day before leaving South Africa, ending 7 months with the EC family, he decided to come back to his home away from home and leave his mark, he did so by donating a book to one of his favorite places in the school, the library! Teacher Hardie Bosman, one of the teachers that assists students when renting out a book, gladly accepted and added his donation to our collection of books! Thank you Ahmed for your generous donation, we will surely miss you at EC Cape Town and we wish you all of the best of luck for your future endeavors! __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS English Language Students of EC Cape Town Share your #ECEXPERIENCE with our global community of EC English students

Farewell to our English Language Teacher Jeffrey!

EC Cape Town bids a sad farewell to one our teachers that has been with us for the past 5+ years, teacher Jeffrey Herwells has decided to broaden his horizons in Vietnam, Asia. The month of May  has never been quite as sad as it has been this year, saying goodbye and good luck to one of EC Cape Town’s most loved teachers was very hard for many staff members especially the teachers.  Having been friends with Jeffrey for many years, teacher Adele mentioned that amongst many he was an excellent teacher and very good friend that always had great advice for the teachers and most importantly his students.   -Jeffrey taught Cambridge CAE at EC Cape Town.  EC Cape Town – teachers, students and staff, would like to wish him only the very best and we hope to hear from him again soon. __________________________________ Remember to follow us on Facebook or Twitter RELATED BLOG POSTS Celebrating EC Cape Town Teachers! World Teachers Day