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TESOL January 2020



Our latest TESOL course was a great success. All three ladies passed with 'Strong Passes'. All three came with very different experiences and strengths. Sandra is from Catalonia, it was great to have the input from a non-native speaker. Heather is going to use her new ESOL skills in the classroom and Katie will be off travelling the world very soon.

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