How we are keeping you CoVID-safe at Castle School of English, Brighton

At Castle School of English, we consider the health & safety of our staff, students and host families to be our overriding priority. During the ongoing crisis, we intend to do everything reasonably within our power to protect staff, students and host families from infection and mitigate the risk to them and their families.

All of our measures are based on advice from the government and from EnglishUK, and are constantly being reviewed and updated as and when new information becomes available.

As information and advice is continually evolving, we will do our utmost to keep up-to-date on the latest guidance and to adapt our operations accordingly.


Actions taken

Following the relevant guidance and advice, we have already taken the following actions:

Learn English in 2020!

Happy New Year to all from Castle School of English. We have had a very enjoyable Christmas break and now we are back hoping to make 2020 our best year yet!

Have you been thinking about taking an English course this year? If you have, why not take a look at our website? You will find descriptions of the different classes we offer, learn more about our accommodation and you can even use our course calculator to find the price for the best course to suit you. We also add weekly blogs with helpful tips on adjusting to life in the UK and all the amazing events that Brighton has to offer.

The teaching philosophy at Castle School

Learn English faster

Students learn English faster when they are motivated. This has always been the fundamental principle behind Castle School’s teaching philosophy. We believe that enhancing each student’s motivation is the key to a successful and enjoyable learning experience.

Students are motivated by a wide range of factors. There are many different types of motivation. For example, most students are motivated to learn English because it will improve their employment prospects. Many people also want to learn English so that they can communicate and socialise more easily when they travel. These are examples of why students book an English course in the first place. However, what about motivation in the classroom, during a lesson?