SKOLA's Integrated Learning for International Students


Released on: May 25, 2010, 04:30 am
Author: Jane Smith
Industry: Education

East Anglia, 25 May, 2010 - SKOLA has devised an education structure which integrates innovative teaching techniques, where lessons, activities and excursions complement each other to deliver a holistic learning experience. The founders of SKOLA, Niels Toettcher and Ann Alexander, formed the institution over 40 years ago and began teaching English to adults when they founded the Marble Arch Intensive English School London. Today, SKOLA’s activities comprise general education, special educational needs, English for children over the age of three, English language tuition for adults, teacher training, education consultancy and an international trust for students who require special education.

The English courses on offer at SKOLA are of a functional and communicative nature and help students develop their ability to understand and use English in practical manner. SKOLA is an accredited member of both the British Council and Education UK and offers prospective students the opportunity to learn the English language from excellent faculty members, obtain qualifications that are recognised internationally and experience British culture, while also gaining multicultural exposure along with language training.

As part of its cultural initiative, SKOLA also organises its Summer School London course every July and August for General English. The course consists of 15 hours a week and it is held in Regent’s Park, within walking distance from Baker Street Underground Station. The institute is perfect for adults and parents of junior students currently studying with SKOLA, as it is located less than 5 minutes away from the SKOLA Primary School. Another centre at Ascot, situated 30 minutes from Heathrow Airport, is tailored for students who want to experience a taste of British life while improving their English. The school arranges excursions - two half-day and one full-day - where students are taken to visit various points of interest in London and the South of England, in addition to their 15 hours of English language training every week.

With most of its centres located in Central London, SKOLA offers every student the opportunity to learn more about British culture while instilling a multicultural awareness and tolerance for linguistic differences. The students are encouraged to participate fully in all school activities and imparting knowledge is the main objective, be it in the classroom, the sports field or the excursion bus. Students are taught to be self-sufficient and self-aware, and most of them aim to stay in the UK for further education at a college or university. The dedicated faculty members also help students with their applications and examinations and employ every tool at their disposal to ensure that they fulfil each student’s individual requirements.

Contact Details: 21 Wilbury Grove
United Kingdom
Jane smith
Journalist Assistant



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