A tea with John Power

A tea with John Power

The President of NELC, John Power, likes the Earl Grey Tea: “no milk, no sugar, just as God intended”. Born in London, John visited Barcelona for the first in 1990 and decided to move here in 1994. He’s been teaching English for 23 years. What do you like most about...
A Tea With Guy Lansing

A Tea With Guy Lansing

This month, we share a tea with the English teacher and Sales Manager of NELC, Guy Lansing. He prefers  tea with a little milk (“nothing fancy, ordinary tea is just fine”). Guy is a proud Welshman, from the capital, Cardiff and he has been teaching English...
Our book recommendations for Sant Jordi 2017

Our book recommendations for Sant Jordi 2017

If you decide to buy a book in English this Sant Jordi, NELC suggests you some titles for several levels. These are our recommended books: H is for Hawk, by Helen MacDonald. Three Cups of Tea, by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin. Stalin – The Court of the Red...
Advantages of blended learning at NELC

Advantages of blended learning at NELC

Blended learning, also known as b-learning, is an educational approach that combines face-to-face classroom learning with e-learning via online digital platforms. During class time, the students put into practice the theoretical aspects taught in the classroom along...
A tea with Cathy Chaplin

A tea with Cathy Chaplin

This month, we shared a tea with the partner and English teacher Cathy Chaplin. Born in Cambridge, but raised in the beautiful island of Jersey, Catherine prefers green tea with nothing else, just on its own. What do you like most about teaching at NELC? It’s the...
Choose a course at the NELC for your summer story

Choose a course at the NELC for your summer story

Summer. The sun shines more brightly. The skin darkens and the hair lightens. The water is warmer and the drinks cooler. The music is louder. The days are longer. Life is better. Right? Until September arrives and you realize that your English has also been on...