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Massages, karaoke, and practising business telephone calls were all part of a very varied inward mission round London and the Home Counties.
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During 2014 three new members have been voted on to English UK's Board, the body which guides the association's strategy and decision-making.
Silvana Richardson, who will be holding the closing plenary at the English UK Teachers' Conference next month, is a woman on a mission: she wants to help EL teachers get CPD which really makes a difference to their skills.
Learning to paint kimono patterns was a perfect way for agents and educators to bond at English UK's fair in Kyoto.
Jim Scrivener, who is providing the opening plenary for the English UK Teachers' Conference 2014, has observed a lot of English language lessons over the past few years - and what he's seen has led him to promote a rather different way of doing things.
Clare Salomon shares her secrets on how to impress students with your social programme
Public Health England, the Government's agency for health and wellbeing, has issued guidance for educational establishments on the Ebola virus, including what to do if a student recently returned from an affected area falls ill.
It's a busy few weeks for the English UK team as it concentrates on marketing to the Asia Pacific region in a series of events.