English UK: fierce about the quality of education
English UK: our 400+ members are leading the way on language teaching
English UK: combining the best of the past with the best of the future
Six EL teachers have embarked upon their pioneering action research projects, supported by English UK and Cambridge English Language Assessment.
Lessons learned from management disasters, the effect of demographic trends throughout the world and research into why teachers can be resistant to learning were just three of the varied sessions at this year's Management Conference.
Learning to waltz in Vienna was a dream come true for one language school owner at the most recent English UK Fair. This was one of four evening activities -- which included a concert in one of Mozart's homes, and a brief history of the coffee shop, brought to life with cake -- which were allocated to guests at random and announced minutes before they happened.
Wrapping up our coverage of the English UK management conference 2014
Catch up with events in Bristol -- and for a live feed, follow us on Twitter at #eukmgt14
Missed out on our annual conference for managers? Or want to find out more? Here's our blog of some of the highlights of this year's event, held at the Marriott Royal Hotel in Bristol
Your chance to catch up on events at our management conference in Bristol
Teachers are being encouraged to do action research: but why not their managers as well? There are many good reasons for managers in English language schools to have easier access to existing research as well as the encouragement to do some of it themselves, the English UK management conference will hear on Saturday.
New requirements for the care of students aged under 18 are being introduced in English UK member centres. We have provided a summary highlighting the key points of what agents need to know.