To celebrate today’s World Poetry Day, Tti School of English had a competition to write a special form of poetry – a Haiku!
A Haiku is a Japanese short poem that uses language to describe a feeling or image. Popular topics are an element of nature, a moment of beauty or another touching experience. The verses consist of 5, 7 and 5 syllables.
The best Haiku, written by one of our students, wins a £ 25 Amazon Voucher! Here is the Haiku we thought is best: Continue reading
Here is the winning blog from our ‘I love Tti’ competition
which we ran with all our long term students this month!
Congrats Kansei and Takaaki!
Hello, How are you, guys?
We will tell you about the good points of our school.
Our fantastic school is officially recognized by the UK government.
We think the reasons are:
Our coffee bar monitor, Sara, is excited to share her experience visiting the beautiful Sky Garden, London’s highest public garden.
On Monday I went to The Sky Garden, a unique place with an amazing 360 degree view of London. This gorgeous masterpiece is situated on the 35th floor of the – so called – “Walkie Talkie” building close to Bank tube station. It was a wonderful experience, I really recommend visiting this small slice of paradise right in the heart of bustling London. Enjoy the breathtaking views, the unmistakable smell of nature and kick back and relax, maybe with a cup of tea… Continue reading