Jeremy’s Advanced Class performing a poem for the rest of the students. Well done, everyone!
Here is a photographic record of 7 days in the life of the Stirling School of English. You may be surprised by the number & variety of the classes held by the School split over 5 sessions & 2 locations. Consistent is the enthusiasm of the students and the dedication of the tutors & other volunteers many of whom attend several sessions.
Check out the class photos here – to scroll through, click on the > at the right of the screen or press the right arrow key on your keyboard.
Jeremy’s Monday conversation class is renowned for its informality.
Some courses are run only on demand. They include subjects like Driving Theory and English for Citizenship, classes for which have just started. Please come & see us if you’d like to join one of these classes or if you have other specific ESOL requirements – we’ll try to help.
New tutors Courtney (third left)
& Meg (first right)
join old hands David (first right)
& Duncan (third right)
at Wallace High School on a Tuesday evening.
This week’s Class of the Week is Anne’s class (minus Anne who’s feeling non-photogenic with a cold – get well soon, Anne).
Margaret’s class is looking good.
Robbie, Chairperson of the School’s Board, (standing, right) was seen taking a class this morning with his usual aplomb.
The class of the week is Gordon’s class – again! A different Gordon though to last week!
And best wishes to Katharina (leftmost in the back row) who’s returning to Austria.