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Our Norwich school has been teaching English to students around the world since 1994.
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English course for children and teenagers at Norwich
Our Norwich Study Center school is located in the heart of the city.
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General English 20 lessons per week
Learn English in Norwich
Norwich is a very picturesque city in Norfolk County in northeast London, close to the well-known city of Cambridge and the east coast.
Norwich is a special city with its attractive medieval center, which combines beautiful historical architecture with a modern and dynamic present.
The city has its origin between the 5th and 7th centuries when the Anglo-Saxons settled in this area, they established the first settlements on the banks of the Wensum river, and later with the Norman conquest in the 9th century, the construction of the castle and the Norwich cathedral.
Norwich became a prosperous and wealthy shopping center in the Middle Ages thanks to the trade and treatment of wool. Today, Norwich Market is one of the oldest and largest open-air markets in the country with more than 900 years of tradition.
The city preserves its cobbled streets and some 1,500 historic buildings, many of these buildings are emblematic examples of its medieval architecture, such as the Norwich Guildhall, the Church of Saint Peter Mancroft, the "Art Deco" Town Hall and the contemporary building with a façade. glass called The Forum, which is the city's central library.
Another attraction of the city is the Maids Head Hotel, proclaimed as the oldest hotel in Great Britain. Norwich is also known for its many parks and open green spaces to enjoy sunny days in England
In 2007, Norwich became the first city in England to be admitted to the World League of Historic Cities (WLHC), which is responsible for preserving and regenerating some of the most impressive places in the world. Other supported cities include Paris, Vienna, Prague, Barcelona, ??Budapest, and Rome.
Apart from its history and traditions, Norwich is a vibrant city with a lively nightlife and a variety of places to listen to live music, streets full of pedestrians, but it is still one of the safest cities to live in Britain.
Norwich belongs to Norfolk County, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty, the area includes Blakeney, Sheringham and Cromer and the nature reserves at Blakeney Point and Winterton Dunes. This wealth of natural landscapes attracts thousands of visitors who enjoy its countryside on foot or by bicycle.
Another Norfolk County attraction is the Norfolk Broads, 125 miles of man-made waterways, originally built to carry goods and materials such as cotton and construction materials, currently used by tourists who enjoy these canals. with small boats of Norfolk's natural beauty and wildlife.
For all this, Norwich becomes a privileged destination when it comes to welcoming English learners who want to learn about British culture and traditions.