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“Ten Cavendish Guides”

This is a lovely poem created by our own tour guides. It was read in our last staff party and we loved it so much that we wanted to share it with you:  “There were 10 Cavendish guides, standing in a row, They were asked where Portsmouth was, one said he didn’t know! There were…

Calendar of events in Bournemouth

Outdoor Ice Rink in Bournemouth (4th December 2012 to 6th January 2013) Bournemouth Lower Gardens hosts an outdoor Christmas ice rink. Further details are available from bournemouth.co.uk. Indoor Ice Rink in Bournemouth (8th December 2012 to 23rd February 2013) This temporary rink is the largest of its kind in the region. Tickets are available from…

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

We would like to send our very best wishes out to all our students, agents and teachers. We truly hope that 2012 was an enjoyable one with lots of great memories.Before we go and enjoy our end-of-year celebrations and vacation, we would just like to remind you that all classes start again on Monday 7th…

What’s on in Bournemouth next month?

Fireworks Display on 3rd November at the Littledown Centre. Bournemouth Christmas Festival will run for 40 days from Thursday 15th November 2012 until Monday 24th December 2012. It will also continue on after Christmas for a further 7 days until Tuesday 1st January 2013.The heart of Bournemouth will be beautifully dressed with Christmas lights and…

Simon Boxall, a great teacher and novel writer

Simon Boxall was born in 1959. The Margin of Evil, is his first Amazon Kindle e-novel in the Georgii Radetzky series (1937). He is currently working on a second, The Red Star and The Crescent Moon. When he`s not writing, he can be found teaching at Cavendish School of English.Georgii Radetzky finds the Moscow, of…

A quick guide regarding UK Student Visas

If you are a citizen of the European Union (or Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein) you will not need a student visa to come to the UK and study. If you are not a citizen of the EU, you will need entry clearance. In most cases, that means you will have to apply for a…

What Our Students Say

People at Cavendish School of English are very polite, friendly and opened to listen to your needs. Diversity of teachers helped me a lot to improve my listening and speaking.

Laura

First of all, I’d like to thank Cavendish School of English and our educational agency for the organisation of the trip. We were very satisfied with everything!

Maksym and Danylo