EC Jogging Club

I would like to thank everyone who came down to the first two meetings of the EC jogging club. The first outing was a wet and windy English day whilst for today’s jog we were blessed with sunny weather. We met outside the school and following a few stretches we were off. We starting by … Read more

Top 10 First Day questions…answered!

A little while ago, I posted the Top 10 questions asked by our students on their first day at EC London. Here are the answers or the people you will need to speak to for more information. Remember, if you have any questions about your course, you can speak to your teacher or come to … Read more

New Sports Clubs at EC

The signs of autumn are here now and the summer is coming to an end. Most people begin to feel more inclined to be less active and to spend more time inside rather than getting out and about. However, here at EC we want to help us all to keep fit and in shape so … Read more

Reading Club

The first rule of Reading Club is you talk about the story The second rule of Reading Club is YOU TALK ABOUT THE STORY! Okay, so Reading Club may not be quite as cool as Brad Pitt in Fight Club. But it almost is. So what is EC London‘s Reading Club? Here’s a quick run … Read more

Trip to Windsor Castle

Wednesday afternoon (9th September) saw a very successful EC London visit for 20 students to one of the most iconic Royal destinations – Windsor Castle. With a history stretching back over 900 years and located by the Thames this is one of the few Royal palaces that has been in continuous occupation since its construction. … Read more

The New and Exciting Study Room

The study room is a great place for you to practise English grammar and revise new vocabulary. There are practice books and worksheets for you to take and do in the study room, or at home. It’s calm and quiet so you can spend time to prepare for your IELTS, Cambridge or TOEFL exam, or … Read more

Coffee and conversation with Katie

By Mayerly Marquez, Intermediate 1pm Last Thursday there were three of us (two students from Japan and myself from Venezuela) and we talked about ourselves and our countries and culture and the differences we had noticed between England and its culture and our countries.  For example, here people are more polite than in my country and stop to let people cross on zebra crossings. We … Read more

River trip to Greenwich

We set off from EC London on Wednesday 2nd September prepared for rain but we were in luck. The weather stayed bright and warm and our group of 20 students walked through some of the quieter streets down to the Embankment where we caught a Thames Clipper riverboat for the journey to Greenwich. Seeing London … Read more