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Christmassy mood!

Cavendish students are already in a Christmassy mood! We organised a festive party and checked their knowledge about the upcoming celebration. Students from European countries learnt Christmas vocabulary in English and students who don’t normally celebrate Christmas found out about different customs and traditions connected with this winter holiday. During the break, they had a…

adjetives order

Let’s place adjectives in order

Do native English speakers drive a big blue car or a blue big car? Do you have any pretty silk clothes in your wardrobe, or some silk pretty clothes? How about those who own lovely antique French furniture…or perhaps we should say antique French lovely furniture…or is it French antique lovely furniture?! Adjectives are a…


What is the origin of ‘Black Friday’?

What are your plans for a big shopping day called Black Friday? Will you go to the shops and fight with the crowds to get a bargain or will you shop online? If you want to know where and when Black Friday started and learn some vocabulary connected with this day keep reading, you are…

coffee and tea

Tea and coffee expressions

Tea and coffee are two of the world’s most popular drinks. Some people can’t imagine starting their morning without a hot cup of coffee. On the other hand, some tea drinkers can have 6 or 7 cups per day. Whichever you prefer – or even if you don’t like either of them – this article…


Learning English on a family holiday in Bournemouth

Vera and Andrey are mother and son from Russia who decided to improve their English and chose Cavendish School of English because is one of few schools that offer English courses to juniors and to adults. Andrey enjoyed lessons and trips with students of his age while his mum socialised with international adult students. They…


Halloween, Día de los Muertos, 清明节… This is how the festival is celebrated around the world

It’s officially Halloween, one of the most awaited nights in the world. At Cavendish School of English, we wondered how Halloween is celebrated in different parts of the planet, so we asked our international students and multicultural staff. This is what we found out.     There are lots of European countries, like Spain, Poland…

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.


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