By Roseanna Whitelegg | 21 April 2016

Today (21st April), we wish Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II a very happy 90th birthday.  The Queen celebrates her birthday twice each year – once on her actual birthday (21st April) and...

By Roseanna Whitelegg | 05 April 2016

Did you know that all students at Bell Cambridge and London have access to a free programme of clubs, workshops and trips? We recently sat down with Isobel and Ollie, Bell Cambridge’s...

By Roseanna Whitelegg | 31 March 2016

Cambridge is a beautiful city famous for its punting, colleges and history. However, there is a lot more of Cambridge to discover! We asked our Bell Cambridge team to tell us their favourite...

By Ken Bateup | 29 March 2016

What are the best techniques to help you study for an exam? We have been talking about this and doing research in our classes recently; these are our Top Exam Tips: 1. Give yourself...

By Ken Bateup | 23 March 2016

In a discussion in class today we started thinking about phrases that can be made using the word ‘ take ’. Take is a very common word in the English language and has been in use...

By Ken Bateup | 21 March 2016

Today (March 21st ) is World Down Syndrome Day . This is a day to help raise awareness of what Down Syndrome is, what it means to have Down Syndrome, and how people with Down Syndrome are part...

By Roseanna Whitelegg | 14 March 2016

Last month, we met up with Sandro, who graduated from our University Foundation Programme in 2014, to find out how he is getting on with his university studies in London.   Sandro, from...

By Ken Bateup | 04 March 2016

This Sunday it is Mothering Sunday (Mother’s Day) in the UK. There is some new vocabulary in the box to learn and then you can read the article. celebrated  ...

By Helen Sharpe | 03 March 2016

Today is World Book Day – an international celebration of books and the joy they bring to their readers! It’s not just an English event – in fact over 100 countries around the...

By Ken Bateup | 26 February 2016

We realised in class this week that we have an unusual day this month; February 29 th . Why do we have this day, and how is it marked around the world? To find out, read the article below and...

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