Autumn is approaching fast and soon the September part time classes will commence. Below are the dates and times for the Autumn term part time classes. Tuesday evening classes 19:30-21:30 Thursday evening classes 19:30-21:30 Saturday morning classes 09:30-13:30 Option 1: Tuesday and Thursday classes =£300 + £25 Option 2: Saturday classes =£185 + £25 Option 3: Tuesday Thursday and Saturday classes =£420 + £40 Part-Time Course 2009: Autumn Term Timetable Week 1 22nd September 09 24th September 09 26th September 09 Week 2 29th September 09 1st October 09 3rd October 09 Week 3 6th October 09 8th October 09 Week 4 13th October 09 15th October 09 17th October 09 Week 5 20th October 09 22nd October 09 24th October 09 Week 6 27th October 09 29th October 09 Week 7 3rd November 09 5th November 09 7th November 09 Week 8 10th November 09 12th November 09 14th November 09 Week 9 17th November 09 19th November 09 Week 10 24th November 09 26th November 09 28th November 09 Week 11 1st December 09 3rd December 09 Week 12 8th December 09 10th December 09 12th December 09
This year EC Cambridge Junior Programme helped over six hundred Young Learners improve their English language skills and, hopefully, gave them all a summer they will never forget! We hope you enjoyed your time here and we would love to see every one of you back next year. Until then, it’s a big thank you to all the people who helped make it a FANTASTIC summer. Dont forget to join the summer 2009 Facebook group. http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=109357957528#/group.php?gid=109357957528
Friday evening was the second Avant Garbage – Trash Fashion show of the summer. As usual, it went down a storm! We had a variety of grand, exquisite, tasteful (and some tasteless) designs; all designed by our own budding Alexander McQueens-in-waiting! After the show, there was a very cool farewell disco. As expected, it was a very sad affair – with lots of tears. But hope to see you all next year!
Before Tuesday’s evening activity, Chris popped up to the park to do some Papparazzi photography. We were experimenting by finding the best photo. Here’s some of our work-in-progress! Can you see anyone you know!?
“The name’s Bond…James Bond” was the theme for this week’s farewell evening. Unfortunately we said goodbye to lots of young learners, however before we did that, everyone had a chance to win (or lose) some money on the casino tables! The dice were rolling and the cards were being shuffled…we had blackjack, poker, roulette plus many more games. After the Casino, there was a farewell disco – giving everyone the chance to show off their disco-dancing abilities!
From crossing deadly alligator-infested rivers to engineering high-quality suspension bridges, this Monday played host to a variety of team-building events throughout the evening. Challenge 1: teams of ten young learners had to cross the dangerous ‘river’ in order to get to safety. This required team work and lateral thinking on getting the students across the river in the safest and most efficient way. Challenge 2: the young learners had to devise a robust, yet simple, bridge that would support an object. Needless to say we had a variety of different contraptions.
Earlier in the week the young learners experienced the delights of punting on the river in Cambridge. As usual, we were there to take pictures and take an easy ride whilst the students did the hard work!