Category Archives: Life at School

BSC Cookbook

We thought we’d share a few of our recipes from home with those of you that like cooking. These recipes are either traditional or what our mother cooked for us when we were young, so we hope you like them! Continue reading

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The Top 10 Reasons why you Should Learn English in York!

Our York English language school first opened its doors back in 1998 with just one student and now welcomes hundreds of students each week to this wonderful city. Students come to learn English here for all kinds of reasons – … Continue reading

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Vote in BSC’s Christmas Jumper Competition

Today our staff and students across the UK have put on their best and worst Christmas Jumpers to compete for the Christmas Jumper Day trophy! We’ve added just a few pics above and you can see the rest over on … Continue reading

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It’s party season at BSC London Central!

This month we discover how students at BSC London Central have been celebrating the festive season – and they’re not holding back! Facilities Manager Paul (a.k.a. Father Christmas Paul) led the way by covering the canteen walls in fairy lights … Continue reading

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The Top 5 Things to do in Manchester at Christmas

One of the best things about living in Manchester is that there is always plenty to do. That’s one of the reasons why our English Language School in Manchester is so popular all year round. It doesn’t matter the time, … Continue reading

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Tom – One Day at BSC Oxford

Have you ever wondered what a day at BSC in Oxford might feel like? Tom from Thailand recently created a video blog of a typical day for him at our school. Continue reading

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