This month we were lucky enough to meet a former 1976 Bell student returning to our Cambridge school with his daughter who had just joined us.
Every UK university city is bound to have several good bookshops where students can pick up new or second-hand copies of textbooks, course books, subject books and fiction/leisure books.
Continuing a tradition of academic success, students from Bell’s University Foundation Programmes have been offered places at some of the UK’s top universities.
Find out about the phrase ‘to hear it through the grapevine’, its origins and how people use it.
Watching television programmes in English can help you prepare for English language exams as well as boosting your English language skills, according to Ukrainian student Ani Grigoryan and Mexican student Paloma Chumacero Delgado.
During June a film crew visited Bell Cambridge to shoot staff and students doing what they do best; teaching, learning and laughing!
Find out about the phrase ‘daylight robbery’, its origins and how people use it.
Find out about the phrase ‘to take it on the chin’, its origins and how people use it.
Find out about the phrase ‘the exception that proves the rule’, its historic origins and how people use it
Find out about the phrase ‘Hobson’s choice’, its historic origins and how people use it.
Find out more about Bell and what we can offer you.