Stirling
School of
English
Learning Together!

We are here to help you learn
in the best possible way for you.

The Stirling School of English SCIO is a voluntary organisation that aims to provide low cost English language tuition to all whose first language is not English, regardless of ability, ethnic origin and political or religious beliefs. We try to be as flexible as possible to meet students’ needs while maintaining a high standard of learning. 

About Us
Over 100 students come to English classes each week and we’ve had students from more than 25 countries spanning 5 continents.
Classes
Morning and evening
in-person and online classes
Monday to Thursday.
Registration
January-June 2024 registration form.
You can join at any time
in the school year.

In February 2022 our school was chosen the Provost’s Charity of the Year

Stirling School of English SCIO is a registered Charity in Scotland No SC051748

The Team

You can volunteer to be
a part of our team
58

Total
volunteers

24

In-person
tutors

12

Online
tutors

Burns Night hosted by the Stirling School of English was an incredible experience for me...

I really enjoy the events organised by the School...

Most importantly we have a body of loyal, enthusiastic and appreciative students...

Stories

Feedback from our
students and volunteers

Events

We have parties and cultural
events throughout the year

European Day
of Languages

We celebrate the European Day of Languages every year on 26 September to promote the rich linguistic and cultural diversity

St. Andrew’s
Day

On November (slightly early) the school celebrates St. Andrew’s Day with a ceilidh

Christmas
Party

We celebrate the Christmas party every year to many thanks to all the students, volunteers and friends for the festive fun and good cheer

Burns
Supper

We celebrate Burns supper in memory of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796), the author of many Scots poems

Pancake
Day

Happy St David's Day and Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day) or Shrove Tuesday, is the traditional feast day before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday

Easter Bonnet
Competition

An Easter bonnet is any new or fancy hat worn by tradition as a Christian headcovering on Easter. It represents the tail end of a tradition of wearing new clothes at Easter

International Supper
and Ceilidh Dance

To celebrate another successful academic session, we hold an International Supper and Ceilidh Dance every year in May

Contacts

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