English language business reaches landmark first anniversary

August 31 2015

A BUSINESS teaching English to speakers of other languages is celebrating its first birthday with the launch of three new courses in Yate’s library.

English language buisness

A BUSINESS teaching English to speakers of other languages is celebrating its first birthday with the launch of three new courses in Yate’s library.
Zoe Drew, of Frampton Cotterell, started English Language for Everyone with the help of the Prince’s Trust.
She now offers more than 40 courses, including sessions for babies and toddlers, as well as people who need to be familiar with English used in business and parents looking to help their children with schoolwork.
The latest courses will run for eight weeks, with start dates on September 7 and 8.
Zoe will also be running three drop-in sessions in September and October as part of South Gloucestershire’s annual Discover Festival.
She said: “Many of the students who studied with the company in its first year have already gone on to enjoy wide-ranging success, from finding their first job in the UK to getting into the film-making industry. Two of the company’s students have set up their own businesses.”
For further information, email englishforeveryonebristol@gmail.com or phone 07891848740.