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Farewell Letter from England – by guest author Lee Shutler (Director of Studies at Hilderstone College)

It has been almost 3 weeks since they left us – their smiles, their willingness and their enthusiasm, we miss everything that they gave us. They enriched the lives of the students, and teachers(!), that they met. We all have … Read more
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Traveling from Vientiane to Broadstairs and back – Letters from England by Souvanh Navong

The London airport. Frankfurt airport , Bangkok airport.

I have been to studying at the Hilderstone colleges for two months .I started from Monday to Friday about listening, speaking, reading and writing. Every morning I get up early .because I … Read more

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Farewell to Hilderstone College – an interview & letter from England by Mittaphone Sichampa

18th,August 2017 it was last day for me and for our team to studied at Hilderstone Collage. It was happy day and sad day for me. Happy day is I’m going back to my country to meet family and friends. … Read more

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My host family – Letters from England by Phovang “Noy” Inthavong

I should say thank you very much again for get me stay in house. I was very  happy wben I be came to stay with they . My host me called’s Om ,she is a chef every day in the

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From Laos to England – 4 teachers go on an 8-week English language course at Hilderstone College, sponsored by AfC

Four Lao English teachers attend an English language course at Hilderstone College, sponsored by the German foundation Angels for Children.

According to Google maps, it is a journey of 11,700 km from the village of Ban Sikeud in Laos … Read more

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A memorable outing to Canterbury – Letters from England by Mittaphone Sichampa with photos by Isabel Martin

On Friday, 4th August I went on a college trip to Canterbury. I walked with my professor Isabel Martin through the streets and we met two Turkish guys from the college who we didn’t know but they were very … Read more

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