Congratulations to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle! Let’s Explore Wedding Vocabulary…

The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will take place on 19th May at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. The fifth in line to the British throne became engaged to the American actress last year. The union of Harry and Meghan brings Britain and America together – although they remain two nations divided by a common language! Join us for an exploration of wedding vocabulary and words related to engagements as we await the next royal wedding. Continue reading

Wimbledon EFL Lesson – Game Set and Match!

Wimbledon is here! This is one of the world’s biggest tennis tournaments and the most prestigious of the Majors, so we could not let this opportunity pass without exploring some tennis vocabulary. These few weeks of Grand Slam tennis offer a great chance to prepare a sporty EFL lesson with a traditional UK flavour. The event runs from 25th June until 16th July 2017, so grab your racket and let’s explore the traditions of Wimbledon and learn some useful tennis vocabulary! Continue reading

Happy Birthday, Your Majesty! Exploring Royal Vocabulary


The Queen's birthdayPatriotic households everywhere will be flying the flag for The Queen on 21st April as Her Majesty celebrates her 92nd birthday. The Queen normally celebrates her special day privately, although the event is marked by gun salutes held at midday in Central London and other gun salutes around the capital at Hyde Park, Windsor Great Park and the Tower of London. This year, there will also be a special musical celebration at the Royal Albert Hall. We’re raising a glass to the Queen as she cuts her birthday cake, so come and join us for some royal vocabulary! Continue reading