- English Study in Community
- Three-week English study immersion.
- Improve your English in a holistic and fun way whilst exploring your own creativity
- Study in a safe and empowering environment.
- Develop conscious communication and reflective practices.
What this course includes
This course is an opportunity for you to improve your English language skills using an integrated approach. Creative sessions lie at the heart of this course, where learning English is an immersive process whilst you live and serve in the Findhorn Foundation Community. As well as creative sessions, we will also explore conscious communication and reflective practices.
The course offers music, poetry, arts and crafts, drama, movement, creative writing and storytelling. We facilitate a safe learning environment to support the exploration of creative play where all levels of creative experience are welcome.
You will embark on a learning journey together with course leaders and group participants to develop confidence, fluency and understanding. Your programme will be personalised for your own language needs. This may involve reading, writing, speaking and listening as well as pronunciation and grammar.
While practising English creatively, we will also explore ourselves on a deeper level, focusing on conscious communication and reflection practices. This is an opportunity to collaborate with people from all over the world to share our different cultures and experiences of life.
The course catered to a diversity of learning styles and there was an holistic approach too!Stephen , Former participant
Talk to people. Connect with them. Make e-learning a conversation between people. Real People.Cammy Bean, Senior Solutions Consultant
Megan loves the magical process of learning. She is inspired by that moment when something “clicks” for someone and they light up inside. She enjoys the challenge of finding how to unlock this magic for different people in their own unique way.
Megan has a master’s degree in Education Studies from Cambridge University and has worked in a variety of educational settings since becoming a fully qualified class teacher in 2012. She knows that the best way to learn is to engage our whole selves and she therefore enjoys teaching with a holistic, creative and fun approach. Most importantly, she believes in love and the importance of teaching and learning from the heart centre.
Megan enjoys playing and writing music, sewing, and walking in the beautiful Scottish hills.
Trained as a Froebel teacher Susanna spent many years teaching children with Special Needs and ran the Rainbow Nursery School when her own children were small. She is an Interfaith Minister and Spiritual Counsellor and runs workshops in Personal and Spiritual development. Susanna fell in love with the Findhorn Foundation Community in 1992 when she participated in an Experience week programme. She writes inspirational texts, sings, paints, dances and has fun being in community. Susanna has a warm, loving heart and a willingness to serve to make the world a more loving place.
Pre-intermediate and intermediate English levels.
Beginner through to experienced.
Completion of the following course required before applying:
Learning English in Community or Experience week.
The higher fee helps support others to attend, the middle fee covers costs and enables course development, the low fee is the minimum cost of the course.
A £100 non-refundable deposit is required by all applicants at the time of booking.
After submitting the online application form and paying your deposit, we will arrange a skype interview with you. This is an opportunity to ask any questions you may have and a chance for the College team to meet with you.