Students soar over Thames to visit the Crystal museum in East London.

Our brave students went sky high over the Thames this week. The Emirates Sky Line is a fun way to see London from 90 metres up. The kilometre ride, starting in Greenwich, gives spectacular views of the city, especially on a clear blue sky day like today. On the other side the new Crystal museum awaits. It showcases new ways to generate energy. Students read English information in various zones. Some zones look at cities and buildings of the future, how citizens can stay safe and keep healthy. Our students were invited to think about how they will live in the future, inspired by projects in New York, London and Copenhagen. Plenty of food for thought!

Students soar over Thames to visit the Crystal museum in East London.

Our brave students went sky high over the Thames this week. The Emirates Sky Line is a fun way to see London from 90 metres up. The kilometre ride, starting in Greenwich, gives spectacular views of the city, especially on a clear blue sky day like today. On the other side the new Crystal museum awaits. It showcases new ways to generate energy. Students read English information in various zones. Some zones look at cities and buildings of the future, how citizens can stay safe and keep healthy. Our students were invited to think about how they will live in the future, inspired by projects in New York, London and Copenhagen. Plenty of food for thought!

Students present their favourite objects from the Horniman Museum in English

Our students went to the brilliant Horniman Museum yesterday. We ask them to chose their favourite objects and present back to the other students what they found. They write on our tablets which cast to our TVs. For many this is the first time they have spoken to a group of people in English. Congratulations for stepping up to the plate!

Students present their favourite objects from the Horniman Museum in English

Our students went to the brilliant Horniman Museum yesterday. We ask them to chose their favourite objects and present back to the other students what they found. They write on our tablets which cast to our TVs. For many this is the first time they have spoken to a group of people in English. Congratulations for stepping up to the plate!

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