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EC Cape Town

Language School, Cape Town, South Africa

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Alessandro Scognamiglio
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Italy

Student Testimonial
I have been studying at EC Cape Town for 2 months now. I would recommend studying here at the teachers are brilliant and the atmosphere is great. I like living here as it is close to the sea and it’s cheap to live. I really like the school as it has great facilities. I really liked the course because there was a mix of vocabulary and grammar and the teachers were great as well. In the evenings I go to the gym. My favourite EC activity was going on safari. During my time here I stayed with a host family and it was really good as I got to see their way of life and take part in lots of conversations. My recommendations to future students would be to only speak English. Many students go to England, United States and Australia to learn English. In these countries it is always the same thing; big cities, big clubs, big shopping malls and nothing else to do. Actually, if you ask a student where he went to learn English I’m sure that the student will answer one of these countries. Nobody realizes how amazing South Africa is! Cape Town is a mix between big cities and wildlife. There are a lot of activities to do like sky diving, the world’s highest bungee jump, many different safaris, riding elephants or an ostrich, surf, sand surf…The views from the sea is amazing. About the school, you learn English in a good atmosphere. All the teachers are very good. I’m actually living with a host family. For me this is the better way to learn English correctly and watch the way of life of the South African people.
Jee Jung Hwan
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Korea

Student Testimonial
When I arrived here I couldn't speak English at all and could barely understand what I was told. Since I have been here, I feel almost English. I feel that there are lots of learning opportunities for learning English in South Africa, because there aren’t many Koreans. At the moment, the Koreans are very good – they speak to each in English! The variety of international students I found at the school was much more than I expected, because I thought that because Cape Town was much cheaper than other destinations, there would be lots of Asians. I was surprised! I discovered that many people think that Cape Town is very dangerous, but I think that it is an exaggeration. It's like any other country. I don’t think Cape Town is expensive but at markets and tourist attractions, people try to get more money out of you, but that is pretty much everywhere, it’s just very evident here. All in all, EC is the best language school in Cape Town on all fronts. I have been to two other schools in Cape Town, you can’t compare it and some of my friends there are jealous!
Matinda Jemyna
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Student Testimonial
I have been in Cape Town for 2 months. I would recommend EC Cape Town as it is a great experience to do. I love everything about Cape Town as it is a very interesting city. I really like the school because it is like a big family with a mixture of a lot of nationalities. People are very friendly. What I like best about my course was the dynamic teaching because it makes it really exciting. My favourite hangout in the evening is Long Street. There were so many interesting activities that I would not be able to chose my favourite one! I stayed in self-catered EC accommodation in Cape Town. The view was amazing and looked right over the city. I would definitely come back here to study English again. 2 months was too short.
Amy Whiting
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
My qualifications? Bachelors in Social Science with Honours in Psychology, TESOL cerification and cCurrently working towards PGCE. I am interested in Cambridge examination preparation courses and course design. I'm also actively involved in numerous volunteer projects in and around Cape Town, including volunteer teaching. From the word ‘go’ my experience as an EC teacher has been nothing short of phenomenal. There is a vibe that can be felt as one walks into the building. The staff is young, vibrant and passionate about teaching. With constant support from management all employees function as an efficient team. Seeing students progress in English and have fun at the same time is extremely rewarding and I feel lucky to be a part of this fantastic school. EC Cape Town has opened up my eyes to the world. Teaching here is such a great experience. It inspires you to be creative and open to new ideas! EC Cape Town boosts those feelings that make us believe that we can change the world, while providing some useful knowledge and lifetime friends. I believe that students that come to EC Cape Town gain much more than English. They bear witness to our “Can do” mission statement.
Stefane Grossjean
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Switzerland

Student Testimonial
EC Cape Town is well situated in central Cape Town and it's a nice place where I can learn and improve my English. The teachers are very kind and help me in my learning with friendliness and professionalism. Moreover, there is no reason to be bored at EC, each week several activities and trips around CT are suggested. It's an excellent way to practise English with the other students who come from all over the world. Before I came here I had no idea about EC, but I'm very satisfied with the lessons and the friendly atmosphere of the school.
Yadi Hu
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China

Student Testimonial
I arrived at EC language school in July 19th. This is my first time to come to Cape Town and come to EC language school. I’m glad to come to EC to study English because I can meet many new students and teachers. They are from all over the world. Since I have to study English for more, than 2 months, I’ve made friends since I came here. My best friend is Brazilian, we get on really well, however she has returned to Brazil last month. And I meet a lot of brilliant teachers, they teach us many things, I’m really enjoying it! By the end of this year, I’ll finish studying in EC language school. Next year, I prepare to go to high school. After I graduate, I want to go to the one of the best university which is Cape Town. I’m really looking forward to it. At present, the most important thing is improving my English. I need to study English hard. I live with my host family, our house is near by the sea. In the evening, we can see the beautiful scenery. Although I’ve only come here for 2 months, I was attracted to this city. If you come to South Africa, don’t forget to come to Cape Town. It’s a famous city, it has interesting parks, many kind of churches, great museums and wonderful scenery. The most famous scenery is Table Mountain. You can go to the top of the mountain, you can see the whole Cape Town. How excellent! I’m glad to be able to live and study in Cape Town. Thanks for EC language school and let me study so much. I’m very happy! I like EC. I like Cape Town!
Desiree Claus
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Germany

Student Testimonial
I am happy with my decision to go to EC. At my first day I felt welcomed and everybody was friendly- and that didn't change till now. Everybody is happy to help you, if you have a problem. That's great! The teachers and the lesson are hard but fair and you learn a lot. Cape Town is a great town! You have so many possibilities to go out or see the city. The cultures and the people are interesting and the people are always friendly. Cape Town is the perfect place for learning English, because it's different and you can talk a lot here.
Adele le Keur
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
I started my journey with EC Cape Town towards the end of 2008 and what a ride. On this journey I’ve been shaped and nurtured by so many loving hands; hands that to this very day form the best support system one could hope for. It’s an absolute honour and privilege to work side-by-side with such a dedicated team of teachers who strive not only to be the very best they can be, but to also assist their colleagues when and wherever they can. Part of what makes EC Cape Town such a wonderful place is that one is constantly challenged to expand ones boundaries; to learn or try something new; given new opportunities to prosper...I was privileged enough to be sponsored by EC Cape Town and successfully completed CELTA in June of this year. At EC Cape Town we lay claim to being a very academic institution without the cold sterility that often goes with it. In fact students are often found to be surprised at the end of lessons - they never knew learning could be fun!!! We are a warm, caring staff who really try to facilitate and accommodate our students and their needs. I think I'll be here for as long as they'll have me!
Kaori Shimizu
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Japan

Student Testimonial
I found my one-to-one classes at EC Cape Town very useful and practical. I can focus on my difficulties with my English and practice them to overcome difficulties with pronunciation, writing, reading and vocabulary. My teacher always knows what I need to improve and is able to give me perfect advice. The classes are packed with activities and it is very challenging. One thing I really like about this course is that my teacher always explains the reason why I am doing the exercise before we start. So I know what I have to achieve through the exercise. Consequently, I’m able to see my progress which makes me satisfied.
Nasreen Narkedien
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
EC has an exciting and vibrant work environment filled with dynamic individuals. It is highly motivating to be surrounded by positive colleagues who are always willing to lend a hand, each one having unique talents to contribute. I constantly feel challenged in this environment as no two students are the same. There's always something to either build on or do better, which is why I look forward to attending any workshops. EC is a modern school that's always after fresh ideas for both students and teachers. The school has introduced many activities to make the students' stay here as rewarding as possible- students can participate in after school activities which benefit their studies in the end. This holistic approach far exceeds the 'run of the mill' classroom routine that has been so common in the past. Students happily provide positive feedback whether they are asked to do so or not. These are ideas that work! As a teacher I'm happy to come across new websites or books to make lessons interesting or turn a dull lesson into something exciting. Through EC, I've learnt many new things in relatively short spaces of time, which I find incredibly exhilarating. If I could sum up my experience in one sentence: NEVER A DULL MOMENT!
Davide Bassi
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Italy

Student Testimonial
I think EC school had good teachers. I liked having the opportunity to speak English and I liked the weather in Cape Town. It was good to meet people from foreign countries. I would like to try another EC Centre in the future.
Fernando Gomez
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Brazil

Student Testimonial
Before I came to study English in EC Cape Town I only got bad information about South Africa, mainly about safety. But as I like to discover new places I decided to go and during my stay I had a really nice time. The city can offer a mix of different culture, beautiful beaches and mainly friendly people. So learn English with this atmosphere makes difference and EC has a good structure to support their students.
Sheetal Markhan
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
My name is Sheetal Makhan, except for weekends when I go by “Giselle” (It’s actually my first name. Promise!) I’ve been living in Cape Town for two years and must be honest – it really is one of the most beautiful cities on earth! I've always had an appetite for exploring, discovering new things and meeting new people. This, combined with my love of words, led me to study Journalism and Media Studies. After graduating with a BJourn, I knew that if I wanted to excel in telling stories through various media, I needed to experience things that were clearly out of my comfort zone. The opportunity arose for me to move to teach English in South Korea. Little did I know that after being introduced to the world of ESL/EFL, my heart would be stolen. When I'm not working, I can be found reading, writing or mulling about online.

After obtaining my TEFL qualification, I taught English at an elementary school in South Korea for three years. At EC Cape Town, I have taught General English and thoroughly enjoyed classes like Survival English and Media Studies. Taking on the position of Academic Year Coordinator was not a difficult decision to make. My love for teaching and meeting new people of diverse backgrounds has encouraged me to learn and broaden my horizons with the endless opportunities this field brings with it.

Read. Read. Read. Immerse yourself in conversations and situations that will push you to your limits. You may surprise yourself with what you’re able to achieve! Don’t fear mistakes. They are there for us to learn and grow! My classes are a safe space for you to be yourself! I encourage my students to open their minds and let their imagination soar. Anything is possible – if you’re open to it.

My favourite spot in Cape Town is the top of Table Mountain. Absolutely nothing compares. The spectacular view of the Mother City will leave you breathless. When you’re there feeling like you’re on top of the world, every problem and worry seems completely insignificant. This natural beauty never ceases to amaze me.
Caroline Doring
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Belgium

Student Testimonial
Forget everything you have ever been told about Africa… This is THE ultimate experience that will virtually transform you into a new person. Stop functioning and start living: welcome to Cape Town! My name is Caroline, I am 19 years old, I am from Belgium and I came to South Africa to improve my English at EC Cape Town. I attended a 3 months Cambridge course that turned out to be rather demanding but undeniably useful and successful. I doubtless owe this to my outstanding teachers to whom I will be eternally grateful. Thereafter I started the most amazing internship known to mankind organized through VA Corps: two months at the Two Oceans Aquarium at the V&A Waterfront. First and foremost I wish to emphasise the beautiful environment where I have had the privilege to work in. The Waterfront is the sparkling crown of the Mother City, not only because of its wealthy atmosphere but especially because of the overwhelming nature that surrounds it. Indeed, Table Mountain greets you every morning with its protective and stunning silhouette and, caressing the foot of the mountain, the ocean embraces you with its comforting immensity. At the Aquarium I got to know the most incredible people around, and there was not a day that I did not spend laughing from 7am to 6pm. Penguins, Culture Lab, Eco System, Cricket Lab, Corals, Quarantine, Jellies, Kitchen, Collections, Frogs ... Can’t tell how much I enjoyed going home completely exhausted, smelling like fish and thoroughly delighted about all the tasks I had achieved, the new things I had learned and discovered. I had such a blast, I couldn’t even think of going home or it would have torn my heart and soul apart. I have never said goodbye to anyone here: ‘See you soon!’ is all I feel like saying. Cape Town got under my skin… Was I to ever life a part of my life again then it would be my gap year, without any hesitation whatsoever. Thanks to all the amazing people who made it possible!
Una Morilly
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Cape Twon, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
My name is Una Morilly. I’m from Cape Town, South Africa. I’ve lived here in Cape Town all my life. There’s nothing I enjoy more than a brisk walk on the beach with family, coffee out with friends on a Saturday morning and reading books. I’m also passionate about helping the poor and doing craft.

I am a native English speaker and have been an EFL teacher for 7 years, teaching English Language at EC. I’ve been a teacher all my life, teaching at Primary and College level. Something I enjoyed was teaching Distance Education.

Visit the Listening Centre at EC every day and take advantage of Pronunciation and the Homework Classes. Don’t forget to borrow books and DVDs from the library! My classes are safe environments for the students, who are encouraged to ask questions and to think logically for themselves. They are expected to justify their answers and understand the grammar behind the language. I always enjoy listening to their life stories and we have lots of fun!
Revecca Rodriguez
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Spain

Student Testimonial
My three months in Cape Town! I decided to take time off to improve my knowledge in English. I had no doubt in my mind where to go when I found South Africa as a destination - especially Cape Town! Cape Town is totally the best destination, my experience in this city is almost indescribable. Really beautiful weather, people, culture, birds, everything is different for me! The EC school is incredible, teachers are open-minded, friendly and really professional. My accommodation is completely perfect! I like my roommates. Cape Town is special for me, it is a unique experience. I'm still wondering why I did not come earlier. I'll repeat it again and again!
Lavonne Bosman
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
I was born in Kwazulu-Natal and lived in various towns around South Africa, as well as Rotterdam in The Netherlands and London for two years. Cape Town has been my home for about 10 years although I lived in the rural Eastern Cape for the past two years (in a caravan!), teaching English to the local isiXhosa children. There’s nothing I enjoy more than heading out into the wild with my camera and falling into various adventures on the way or going for a dip in the ocean on a hot summer’s day…

I was born in an Afrikaans family but have been speaking English since primary school and have been an EFL teacher for the past 3 years, working at EC Language School in Cape Town and as volunteer in the Transkei, where I also taught English and Arts& Culture at a private school. In the Transkei I started a Reading Hut for the underprivileged children where they could learn English, basic literacy or just hang out after school.

Make friends! Spend as much time socialising with people, especially native English speakers if possible. Apart from just attending your classes, also listen to English music and download the lyrics of your favourite songs from the internet. Of course reading and watching English movies are also great ways to learn!

My classes are a place where you can feel free to make mistakes, that’s how we learn! You can improve your language skills by interacting with new friends from different countries and cultures while doing fun activities.
Warren Liley
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
I was born in Cape Town, South Africa, but spent most of my childhood in the United Arab Emirates. After working in Dubai for some time I decided to move back to Cape Town to do my Master’s in Education at the University of Cape Town which I am on the brink of completing. What I love about living and working in Cape Town is that the city itself which allows you to, literally, do anything you want (the beach is on your doorstep and the wine lands are only a few kilometres away). On that note there is nothing better than being outdoors in Cape Town taking in the scenery and the atmosphere while sipping on a glass of wine or a coffee with friends.

I am a native English speaker and have been teaching English as a Foreign Language for about six years. I have spent most of my career working in Cape Town and Dubai. During this time, I have also worked in secondary education settings teaching English Literature, and in tertiary settings tutoring university students in Anthropology and Academic English. My focus in EFL is on delivering quality courses in General, Academic and Business English. I have taught both IELTS and Cambridge Exam courses which have given many of my students the ability to immigrate or study at English medium universities around the world. I am also currently focusing on teacher training at EC Cape Town, which has allowed me to pass on many of the skills I have learnt during my Master’s course to my fellow teachers. I find this the most rewarding aspect of being at EC Cape Town, as it believes in facilitating teacher development from its very own teachers. I have learnt a lot from my colleagues and the administration, so any student can be sure they are receiving the most skilled language instruction that Cape Town can offer.

Learning a language is a journey and there are many things to be learned from taking a wrong turn. In short making mistakes are good – as long as you learn from them. Interact, focus and engage with your classmates and the city you are studying in, there is always something to learn. And most important of all, question everything! Understanding is the key to unlocking your potential!

My classes are outside the box! I draw on interactive media, role-play, and student-to-student focused activities that give my learners the space in which to be creative and comfortable. Furthermore, I believe that learners should always be actively engaged in their learning and I strive towards this in every lesson I teach.
Nicoletta Di Gia
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
I’m originally from Northern Italy, but my family immigrated to South Africa when I was a baby and have lived in Cape Town ever since. I am bi-lingual – English and Italian and have a good command of Afrikaans – one of the local languages. I’m married and have a gorgeous son, Francesco. I am at my happiest with my family eating our dinner whilst watching the sun set at the beach, practising Vinyasa yoga or baking.

My TEFL journey started in 2000 in Italy and I haven’t looked back. My passion lies in teacher training, development and mentoring and I love teaching ESP. I am currently the Director of Studies at EC Cape Town. Teachers Inspire ~ is my personal, professional statement. My vision as a teacher is to create a trusting environment in the classroom that lends itself to students with assimilative and robust minds, ready to take on lessons that are academic yet holistic. I regard myself as more than a teacher, but as an individual that thrives on getting the best out of everyone.

Aim at becoming an autonomous learner and study because you want to learn! My classes are interactive and task-based - they are energetic and student-centred affording maximum time to practice the language.
Samia Singh
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
I’m a born and bred Capetonian and, regardless of where I end up travelling and teaching, I always seem to find myself coming back home! I love language, travel, reading, yoga, teaching, learning and interesting conversations with ordinary people.

I am a native English speaker and have been an ESL teacher since 2007, working in Cape Town, South Korea and Cambodia. I’ve also worked extensively as a writer, copywriter and editor – specifically in the NGO field. In terms of ESL teaching, I’ve taught adults and younger learners in language school settings as well as in mainstream middle schools. I’ve taught General English levels from Beginner to Advanced; IELTS; ESP; post-IELTS English Diploma courses; remedial skills courses and a number of EC electives! I’ve also been involved in introducing and designing courses and curricula for Advanced younger learners and Advanced/Proficient adults.

Live the language! Speak, read, listen, write and engage with English as widely as possible. Above all, be confident and don’t let the idea of making mistakes scare you – it’s the only way to learn a language! My classes are interactive and challenging, but with a relatively strong academic basis. I see teaching and learning languages as intrinsically communicative processes and expect a fair amount of input from my students. I draw readily on my varied experiences and resources gained teaching, writing and learning, and use them to plan and present lessons that are interesting, engaging and effective. My classes are level-appropriate but keenly focused on the language needs of the individual students.

You can’t leave Cape Town without meeting the people! The beaches, mountains and beautiful landscapes are a given… but you can’t leave Cape Town without getting to know the interesting and eclectic inhabitants and experiencing the diverse – and sometimes confusing – blend of local culture!
Nurjan Sonday
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
I’m from Cape Town. I’ve been living here for most of my life. I’m a single mom and my daughter Zahra is my biggest blessing and joy. I love nothing more than spending quality time with my family, whether it’s watching a good movie together or having a barbeque at someone’s home or a favourite picnic spot.

I am a native English speaker and have been an EFL teacher for 8 years, working in a range of Language schools in South Africa. I have also worked in a mainstream English school for a year teaching English, Mathematics and Natural Science. After that I went on to doing courses in TEFL, teaching EFL and I haven’t looked back since! I’ve taught all levels of General English from Beginner to Advanced. I’ve also done some specialised lessons like Business English, Conversational classes and Writing classes.

Watch movies in English, with and without subtitles. Download lyrics to your favourite English songs and sing along! And go to the listening centre at EC! It helps you improve listening, pronunciation and pick up new vocabulary almost effortlessly, SO, so valuable and so much FUN! My classes are as fun and interactive as I can make them. “Begin with the end in mind and have fun along the way!” I say. I’m always aware of how important English is to the student. I like to use everything I’ve learned from all my teaching to create interesting, challenging and fun lessons for my students.
Mark Sampson
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
My name is Mark Sampson. I’m a born and bred Capetonian and I continue to live there. I’ve worked in the IT industry for the past 12 years and recently made my foray into ESL territory. A decision I am not regretting. I’m married to Fiona and have a 13 year old son, Jamie. Hiking on the numerous trails in and around Cape Town with students in tow, brings me great joy. My musical tastes vary, anything from jazz to 80’s classics.

I view teaching as a service, and my role as Field Support Engineer, at my previous employer GijimaAST an IT company, has helped me to develop my teaching skills. Running workshops has improved my leadership abilities, while supervising a junior staff has helped me to communicate with all types of people. Coupled with my radio experience, I have Broadcasting Diploma, give me a creative approach to language education. In March 2012, I taught English as a Second Language as part of my CELTA certification, I then went on to and to-date still teach at EC Language School, also in Cape Town.

Learning tips! Lots and lots of student interaction in the classroom, task-based learning and making my lessons FUN! I plan lessons focusing on all 4 skills, READING, LISTENING, GRAMMAR and PRONUNCIATION. In addition to adapted course book materials, I employ authentic texts to target student needs.
Aaliya Bulbulia
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
Hello, I’m Aaliya and I was born and bred in South Africa. I’m a passionate Capetonian who loves living in this diverse and colourful Mother City. English is my mother tongue and have been an EFL teacher for 10 years, having worked at various language schools in Cape Town, and also helped set up a unique English Language school in the city centre. I hold a CELTA certificate and have been a Director of Studies at two previous language schools in my EFL career. I currently prefer teaching since it allows me to meet new people from all walks of life and assist them along their English language learning journey thus exchanging stories and fond memories with students.

Read, speak and communicate in English. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes – you will only learn from them…surround and immerse yourself in English. LIVE the Language! My classes are as fun and interactive as possible. I love creating a buzz in class with cool vocabulary activities, understanding and applying the grammar in real-life contexts and conversation exercises.

I teach English to Foreigners as a global tool for Communication! I focus on communication; interaction and integration as a means to build cultural and social bridges through the medium of English.

We are so lucky to have such beautiful beaches and mountains in Cape Town…so anywhere in nature suits me perfectly and also skateboarding along the beachfront. You can’t leave Cape Town without discovering Table Mountain!
Ian Coleshaw
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
My name is Ian Coleshaw. I’ve been living in Cape Town since I went to high school here over 20 years ago. I’m married to a wonderful woman who teaches grade 6 in a primary school. I live on a wine farm and enjoy peaceful weekends working in my garden – trying to get vegetables to grow!

I have been a teacher for over a decade now. I started out teaching English in Asia for five years. After this I returned to South Africa and spent several years teaching History and English to school children. I moved back into the ESL world in 2011 and have loved working at EC since then.

Read! Reading is one of the best ways you can help improve your English, and it’s great fun too. Also, talk to people – as much as possible, drive them crazy with your questions. But most importantly make mistakes. Your best learning happens when you’re learning from your mistakes.

My classes are stimulating and interesting. I try to incorporate our student’s needs into all that I do in the classroom.
Hardie Bosman
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Cape Town, South Africa

Teacher Testimonial
I hail from Cape Town and I’m addicted to the sight of Table Mountain. I can look at it for hours on end. I encourage local cuisine and quaffing on local vino. The mother-mountain becomes even more majestic with a samoosa in the one hand and a glass of iced dry-white in the other. I love the ever-changing weather and the fact that we really have “four seasons in one day.” However, I don’t like it when the wind howls!

I’ve taught English to speakers of other languages for about five years. The last two years at EC Cape Town has definitely been the most rewarding. I love meeting and teaching students from around the globe. It’s also very rewarding to work in a professional, albeit crazy environment! I’ve guided a few students in the right direction. I do believe studying English is one of the most rewarding things people could do. Teaching it certainly is!

Speaking and playing around with words and sentences is really the best way to learn. Mistakes are easy to fix, so don’t worry about it! Learning and memorising new vocabulary also helps. My classes are extremely interactive and focused on production. I like giving students an equal opportunity to speak in class and I absolutely love to listen!

My favourite place in Cape Town is definitely on top of Lion’s Head with a picnic basket packet with scrumptious titbits to eat and some good Cap Classique bubbly to sip down the sun. You can’t leave Cape Town without making friends with the local beach bums on Clifton’s prestige beaches. C’mon, share your sun downer with them and tell them from which exotic country you’re from!

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