There has been much to celebrate at Tti School of English in Camden this year: our 15th birthday and the opening of our second centre in the Camden area!
Tti School of English is owned by Mrs Bridie O’Reilly and Mr Guy Rose who each have over 30 years’ experience in the EFL industry. Since opening the school in 1999, Tti has built a reputation for being a friendly, creative and welcoming. We believe that the atmosphere and artwork within both Tti centres reflects our artistic neighbourhood and creates an inspiring and relaxing environment for learning English. We are proud to be in the top 10% of British Council accredited schools and continue to deliver academic excellence.
Directors, Bridie & Guy celebrating at our 15th birthday party this summer!
Kentish Town has been getting quite a lot of attention recently! A new article this week in Time Out highlighted their top picks for great spots to check out in Kentish Town so Mel wanted to give you her top 5 places to visit in Kentish Town!
Here are the links and addresses of Mel’s top ten in Kentish Town ! :
1. Owl Bookshop – https://www.facebook.com/owlbooks
2. Phoenica Food Hall – http://www.phoeniciafoodhall.co.uk/
3. The Pineapple Pub https://www.facebook.com/ThePineapplePub
4. The Lion & Unicorn Theatre – http://www.lionandunicorntheatre.com/
5. Oxfam Shops – Kentish Town – http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/local-shops/oxfam-shop-kentish-town
Time Out’s guide to Kentish Town – http://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/diana-quick-on-kentish-town
Special mentions – Caffe Doppio – great Italian coffees here and Le Moulin – Bakery yummy middle eastern treats , pastries and more!
One of our students, Georgiana, went to see Les Miserables musical recently! Here is what she thought about this beautiful experience at the theatre!
My first experience of a London musical was fantastic!The songs were melodic with a great depth of emotions. My trip to the theatre has made me wish that I had gone sooner . It was a true insight into to the world of London’s musicals. One of my favourite moments was the scene with the French revolution.