By Dave McKenna The summer’s sun has well and truly set for another year here in beautiful Broadstairs. This Sunday, just gone, marked the demise of the lighter warmer months with the clocks going back an hour. With that in mind, we decided to go back in time to the summer, to a brighter time, […]
One of our former students, Moritz from Germany, writes about his positive experience of a Hilderstone course and stay during the winter months. Before I applied for the language course at Hilderstone College, I had never heard of the town of Broadstairs. Since the town is located in England and my stay was going to […]
Sami, from Germany, recently studied with us on a university students’ course. Here’s what he had to say about his Hilderstone experience. The aim of the journey coming to Hilderstone College was to improve my English skills and to get to know the English culture. I was not expecting to have an unforgettable time. It […]
It was a beautiful sunny day for our recent trip to London with a group of students from Switzerland. Look at those clear blue skies! We hope they had a wonderful day and enjoyed their fortnight’s stay with us in beautiful Broadstairs.
Our Isle of Thanet is famous for its ‘big skies’, and that’s partly why it has been popular with artists for centuries – the most famous being J.M.W. Turner, who spent much of his time in Margate and created several of his paintings and sketches in the area. Of course, our beautiful skies are available […]
Do you like our STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS board? The teachers write up their students’ successes every week. Well done, everyone!
This month, we were delighted to welcome our first group back to Hilderstone since the pandemic started. Our Spanish group of young adults from IMECAT enjoyed a packed itinerary of classes, excursions and activities, as you can see from the photos! It was wonderful to have such an enthusiastic and friendly group here after so […]
Reviews by Eisa and Mohammed 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 […]
A short story by Ulrike Eisner When Pizza woke up, he was alone. The sky was just starting to become bright, the colour had already changed to a light blue which reminded him of those sweet berries his mother had used to collect for him. He could hardly remember the taste on his tongue and […]
A poem by Vivien Marie Rudek Sea, how do you feel at night? Your soul is deep, your mind is wide and everything becomes so quiet and everything is quiet. Sea, what do you think at night? Your fear is gone with your low tide and everything becomes so right and everything is right. Sea, […]