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No problem! You can cancel or postpone your face-to-face English language course up to 3 full working days before the start date*. The cancellation can be for any reason. Working days are Monday to Friday, so if your course starts on Monday, you can cancel any time until 9.00am on Wednesday morning (UK time) the 
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We’re delighted to say that Lewis School is open once again for face-to-face classes. The situation in the UK is now far more optimistic. Over 60% of adults have now received their first vaccination dose, children have returned to school and many more businesses are now allowed to reopen as the government eases its lockdown 
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Updated 9 April 2021 Studying English in the UK is a wonderful experience, but we understand you may have questions or concerns about Covid-19. Here’s what we’re doing to keep you safe during your stay. Safety at School Masks Masks must be worn everywhere in the school building (they are not required in the garden). 
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For the past 10 weeks, we’ve had the great pleasure of supporting a group of teachers from Honduras, helping them to improve their English skills. This was part of the PRELIM (Partnered Remote Language Improvement) project run by the British Council, English UK and IATEFL. The project paired accredited language centres in the UK with 
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Here at the Lewis School of English, we’re helping busy language teachers to find, adapt and create teaching materials on its online course ‘Getting Creative with Resources’. The convenient part-time format has led to two courses selling out already this year, with more available in May and September. A Bit of Theory and Lots of 
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There are new rules regarding travelling to the UK which came into effect on 15 February. Here’s a summary for you. Travelling to the UK Travel to the UK from all ‘red list’ countries is banned (except for UK residents and UK and Irish citizens). If you are travelling to England from a country which 
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Chindogu is the Japanese tongue-in-cheek art of creating gadgets that, whilst solving everyday problems, are almost completely useless. This humorous topic can lead to some memorable moments in the classroom and can be an excellent way to generate language in the EFL/ESL classroom. Let’s explore it further! Let’s See Some Examples! Take a look at 
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As well as being great fun for students, storytelling is a powerful way to develop English language skills. We’re thrilled to be running online storytelling projects with a number of junior groups. These projects are being led by the Lewis School’s Theatre Express team – drama professionals who visit schools worldwide to run English-language theatre 
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Great news! We’re offering free online lessons on Zoom on Tuesday and Thursday evenings (UK time). These lessons are live on Zoom and will be taught by trainee teachers on our CertTESOL course. The course begins on Thursday 28 January for a ‘meet and greet’, with lessons continuing until 1 April. To register for the 
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An Exciting Project for 2021 We’re excited to announce that we’ll be supporting English teachers in Honduras after submitting a winning bid for a national project. Teachers at the Lewis School will help improve the confidence and English skills of the teachers in Honduras by working with them online over the coming months. Our winning 
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