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Few can resist the early calls of spring: melodious song, endless green and the harsh, cold winter finally coming to an end. We can enjoy walks on the beach again and successfully dry our laundry outdoors. For our predecessors the coming of spring was even more important, since a cruel winter could mean the death of precious crops that were meant to feed their families. Spring signified the start of a bountiful season and it was celebrated as such – with simple habits that were transformed into traditions all around the world today.
In August 1910 at the International Conference of Working Women in Copenhagen, a woman called Clara Zetkin proposed a day dedicated to women as a strategy to promote equality and suffrage. The following year, International Women’s Day was marked in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. The first time the 8th of March became a significant date was in 1914 when in both London and Germany women marched in support of women’s suffrage.
ESE is pleased to announce a new partnership with NILE for the co-delivery of NILE’s teacher development courses starting in 2021. NILE is a world-leading centre of excellence, offering training and development from initial qualifications to an MA. As a specialist teacher development institute, NILE provides courses of the highest quality for teachers from all over the world.
We have now been given the green light to re-open on July 1, 2020. As July 1st is a Wednesday we will be re-opening on the following Monday July 6th thereby allowing for students to arrive in Malta over the weekend of July 4th and 5th.
Back to Blog Share this post Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google I remember very clearly the first time when I did my yoga practice in front of the Mediterranean Sea in Malta. A couple of months ago, I was jogging around Spinola Bay with my boyfriend and all of a sudden, I thought that It would be an
Back to Blog Share this post Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google ‘I would like, if I may, to take you on a strange journey.’ – The Criminologist from The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Muahahahaha … can you think of a more frightful way to spend Halloween than learning English idioms which will scare the living daylights out
Back to Blog Share this post Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Where is the best place to study English Abroad? Want to study English abroad but don’t know which country to choose? In this blog we pit two study destinations – Malta and The UK against one another to help you to decide! Why study English abroad?
Back to Blog Share this post Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Ahhhhh autumn, the season of red, orange, yellow, brown and purple. Leaves fall to the ground like a carpet which is both soft and crisp to walk on. They are raked up into small piles which the kids love jumping into. It’s harvest season, both humans and
One of the most exciting events in the Maltese calendar is finally here! Its Carnival Time! Colourful floats, marching bands, magnificent masks, vibrant costumes, delicious food – carnival time brings everyone together. Young and old alike take to the streets for one of the most colourful and popular festivals of the year!
Back to Blog Share this post Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Palazzo Falson Mdina – Series of talks about Maltese traditional Foodways Palazzo Falson www.palazzofalson.com in Mdina will be holding a series of four talks by Dr Noel Buttigieg, food historian and educator. The story telling of traditional food practices includes the Maltese practices of harvesting, the preservation