Two of our students, Eisa and Mohammed, wrote these reviews of a popular student reader, ‘The Lost Ship’ in their class. Here are their opinions. EISA’S REVIEW The title of this book is The Lost Ship. The author of this book is Stephen Colbourn. It was published in 2005 by Macmillan Publishers. The story is […]
Our Deputy Director of Studies, Rachel Connabeer, recently attended the TESOL France Annual Colloquium in Lille, and presented a session on the subject of ‘Integrating Pronunciation, Grammar and Lexis’. Happily, she also had a little spare time to see the delights of this historic city near Christmas! Here are some of her photos. #HilderstoneExperience#hilderstoneTESOL France
Mohammed is from Saudi Arabia, and came to Hilderstone last September. When he arrived he did not speak much English, but he has made great progress, as you can see from his writing below! He will stay until next summer, and we are looking forward to seeing his skills in English develop even more. When […]
Holiday season is here and at the College we start with decorating a traditional Christmas fir tree. Watch the students and staff in action: https://youtube.com/watch?v=txVF66GN85s&t=18sHave you put up your decorations yet? Please like and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel!
Two of our students, Eisa and Mohammed, recently did a football survey and asked some of our football-mad teachers lots of questions about the sport. Here’s what Eisa found out about Jonny…. His favourite team is Manchester United because he was introduced by friends. They are in the Premier League in 7th position.They normally play […]
Lieke Plugmann studied with us in the summer of 2015. Her constant smile and positive attitude is remembered by many. We were thrilled when we learned she has passed her degree in Holland where much of her work was researched and written in English. Below she writes about her experience at Hilderstone College. It wasn’t […]
Here’s a brilliantly scary story written by one of our current students, Turki from Saudi Arabia. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we’ll begin… In the winter of 1827, Frank William was visiting a village located in the south east of England called Minster. On a dark night when he was going back to his rented […]
Interviewed by Alice Chiarbonello For how long have you worked for Hilderstone College? For 10 years, from 1995 to 2005, then I left for some years and then I came back in 2016. What did you do from 2005 to 2016? I was a business manager in a local secondary school and a Finance and […]
Hilderstone tutor and trainer Dominic Srivalsan writes about his recent visit to a school in Doorn. Revius Lyceum Doorn is a secondary school in the small town of Doorn, not far from Utrecht in the Netherlands, with whom Hilderstone has had a close association over the years, having sent a number of teachers here for […]
It’s the last week of our summer term, although the weather is so lovely still that you really wouldn’t know it! Here are some of our favourite memories of the season at Hilderstone College, in pictures.