The English Corner- locaux

classroom JDS-buildingQuelques photos de nos locaux

a happy team

Quelques petits clins d’oeil à Mark, Virginia et Sandrine qui vous accueillent dans les locaux de The English Corner à l’espace saint Germain dans une atmosphère conviviale

English teacher wanted Vienne 38200 Nov 2014

We are recruting an extra teacher to come and join our team. Your job will be to take care of the Kids English classes on Wednesday and a few adult students in the evening. You should be an English native speaker, some experience a plus, you should be flexible, enthusiastic and reactive.
Apply by sending us an e mail via our contact page

cours en Irlande- retour d’une famille du comté de Kerry
Bonjour 

Toute la famille reste subjuguée par ces vacances en Irlande.
Les cours ont bien porté leurs fruits.
Mes 2 grands se débrouillent très bien en 6ème et 5 ème.
Clémentine, qui a la chance d'avoir des cours d'anglais en CP, sait déjà construire des petites phrases affirmatives ou des questions pour peu qu'on lui apporte le vocabulaire des mots qu'elle ne connait pas.
Et Claire a réussi son passage devant le jury pour son habilitation. Elle va pouvoir enseigner l'anglais à ses CE2 / CM1.
stages et bourses de mobilité

En supplément des bourses de mobilité offertes par l’Europe telles que Leonardo ou Erasmus, les régions en France participent à l’effort de mobilité des étudiants français

Vous trouverez ci dessous un lien intéressant concernant les offres de bourse de la région Rhone Alpes notamment. Les demandeurs d’emploi, lycéens, apprentis ou étudiants peuvent bénéficier d’une bourse de mobilité alors contactez vos régions

http://www.rhonealpes.fr/TPL_CODE/TPL_AIDE/PAR_TPL_IDENTIFIANT/154/18-les-aides-de-la-region-rhone-alpes.htm

 

témoignage d’une famille française en stage de langue dans l’ouest irlandais

Bonjour,
Nous voila de retour de notre périple en Irlande!
Tout s’est merveilleusement bien passé : les enfants ont pu tirer profit au maximum de leur cours d’anglais; le B&B conseillé par votre organisme était absolument super à tous points de vue; tout était parfaitement organisé (navette de l’école en face du B&B, cours…) et pour ne rien gacher, le Kerry est un endroit magnifique.
Bref, je tenais à vous dire que nous sommes ravis et que je ne manquerai pas de vanter les avantages de cette formule!
Bonne fin de journée,
Sophie L and family

Familles à Londres, en date du 20/06/2012

Voici une partie des familles disponibles sur Londres

Si vous êtes intéressée pour partir au pair, merci de nous contacter par le biais de notre page contact sur www.theenglishcorner.fr

Charlotte H and her family live in Wimbledon, the home of English tennis!   Charlotte works in a hospital as a consultant paediatrician and her husband works in management.  They are a British family, Anglican.  They live in a house with a garden where they have two rabbits.  Their sons will be 14 and 16 in the summer.  The older boy goes to and from school on his own so the job for the au pair is to take and collect the younger boy to school on foot.  Cooking a simple meal  for the boys after school, helping to keep the home clean and tidy, doing the children’s laundry, hoovering.   Generally 25 hours a week plus 2 evenings’ babysitting and the pocket-money is £70 a week plus £10 a week for travelling expenses in London.  Family interests are: tennis [naturally!], music, singing, trips into Central London, cycling and cooking.    They need an Au Pair to arrive in late-August/beginning of September and to  stay until the end of July 2012.

 

Susan L is a single parent living in North London [Southgate].  She has two sons age 10 and 9 and a cat.  Susan works full time as a new business director.   It is a regular 25 hours a week plus some babysitting [not a lot],  very light domestic jobs because a woman goes in to do the heavy cleaning every week.   They live in a house with a garden.  Pocket-money £70 a week plus free weekend travel in London.   Weekends free.    They would love to host an au pair who enjoys cooking.   To start at the beginning of September and to stay until the end of July 2013.

 

Simon W and Lizzie T live in a large house with a garden in Muswell Hill, a nice part of North London.  They are an English family, practising no religion.  Their children are Sam 15, Georgina 14 and Anna 12.  They have a rabbit and a hamster J    They employ a woman who does regular cleaning so there is not much housework, just generally to help to keep the home clean and tidy and to perhaps do some light shopping and unpack the food deliveries.    The main job for the au pair is to organise the children’s lives and cook them an evening meal  because both parents work full time.  Simon is in corporate finance and Lizzie is an employment lawyer.   25 hours a week plus 1 or 2 evenings’ “babysitting” and the pocket-money is £85 a week.  She will have her own bathroom.

To start in late-August/beginning of September and to stay until the end of July 2013.

 

Hilary M and Eamonn R live in a large house in Barnet, N. London with their two children Caelan [a boy] age 9 and Siofra [a girl] age nearly 8.  These are Irish names because Hilary and Eamonn came to London from Ireland many years ago.  Hilary works as a medical doctor and Eamonn is a journalist.   They both work full-time.   They are a Catholic family.   They have no pets.  Their au pair is responsible for getting the children ready for school in the morning and taking them to school.  Then to collect them and care for them after school until a parent returns home.   They also need help to keep the home clean and tidy [a woman goes regularly to the house to do the heavy cleaning].   They pay £80 a week plus travel expenses [in London] and a mobile phone.

familles au pair pour l’été encore disponibles

Nous avons encore quelques familles disponibles pour cet été 2012, si vous souhaitez postuler merci de telecharger le dossier sur notre site internet www.theenglishcorner.fr ou bien nous envoyer une demande par e mail via la page contact de notre site

Voici un exemple de familles sur la Grande Bretagne

I have a new Summer family looking for an older French girl for the summer (end of June or start of July to start September).

This is a ‘special’ opportunity for an au pair to experience the traditional English country mansion for a summer (please see pictures on the details attached).

She wants age 21+, good or very good English, non-smoker.  Doesn’t need a driver, 1 small dog. Has cleaners.

GRAHAM FAMILY

White, British, professional – English Country House owners

  • Edge of town location – Wrexham
  • Near to cities of Liverpool and Chester
  • 3 children aged 6, 4 and 10 months – mum is at home full time with the children
  • 1 small dog
  • Needs an extra pair of hands for the summer with housework and the children – helping Mum
  • Has cleaners 2 x per week – so no big cleaning
  • Non-Driver
  • Non-smoker
  • Good-Fluent English
  • Age 21-27 is ideal
  • Early July to Early September (dates can be a little flexible)
  • 30-35 hours/£80 per week

·         Own self-contained flat (bedroom, bathroom, kitchen for making snacks and drinks when not on duty)

stages disponibles en Irlande sur Dublin et grandes villes d’Irlande

Nous avons un certain nombre de postes vacants pour des stages conventionnés ou non avec une grosses société de transport et logistique. Société à dimension internationale. Vous en trouverez ci dessous quelques exemples, mais nous avons une cinquantaine d’autres offres à pourvoir

Vous pouvez postuler en imprimant la fiche d’inscription sur notre site internet www.theenglishcorner.fr ou en nous contactant via notre page contact

1- We would like to offer an internship in our Roadfreight/Logistics Department based in Dublin, starting 16th July for 6 months. Details are as follows;

Position: Assistant to Freight Forwarders

Duties;

  • Looking after two key accounts
  • Organising deliveries
  • Arranging daily manifests for transport
  • Putting together backup for sales invoices
  • Assisting with sales and purchase queries
  • Invoicing customers
  • Accruing charges on our accounts system
  • Passing supplier invoices & credit notes

Hours of Work: Monday to Friday – 9am to 5.30pm

As part of the placement agreement, the company offers an allowance (not deemed to

be a salary) to help towards travel & expenses throughout the students stay in Ireland. The amount

offered is €650 per month or €150 per week paid on a monthly basis.

 

 

2- We would like to offer an internship in our Shannon Branch in Seafreight starting beginning 20th August 2012 for 6 months. Details are as follows;

Position: Operations Assistant

Duties;

  • Liaising with customers on shipment arrivals and departures
  • Organising deliveries and collections to customers and follow-up with transportation.
  • Checking daily with shipping lines on transit schedules
  • Updating information on CIEL computer operating system
  • Handling Customs formalities
  • Customer and Warehouse reporting
  • Accruing charges on our accounts system
  • Registering supplier invoices & credit notes
  • General administration

Hours of Work: Monday to Friday – 9am to 5.30pm

As part of the placement agreement, the company offers an allowance (not deemed to

be a salary) to help towards travel & expenses throughout the students stay in Ireland. The amount

offered is €650 per month (€150 per week for a part month) paid on a monthly basis.

 

 

3- we would like to offer an internship in our Cork Seafreight Department based in Imports and/or Exports depending on current requirements for 6 months from 8th October 2012. Details are as follows;

Initial Duties

  • This will be a requirement throughout the whole internship in these departments;
  • Dealing with Supplier Accounts
  • General Administration
  • Understanding of Bill of Lading, regulatory documents etc.
  • Supporting on documentation scanning
  • Updating information on CIEL operations system
  • Liaising wit shipping lines on transit schedules
  • Working on our accounts system
  • Customer and Warehouse reporting

Chance of progression

After the initial 3mths if the internship is progressing to a more than satisfactory level the manager

  • Understanding of Customs Clearance
  • Understanding of Markets and Rates
  • Trade Imbalance
  • Understanding of Port Operations

Hours of Work: Monday to Friday – 9am to 5.30pm

 

As part of the placement agreement, the company offer san allowance (not deemed to

be a salary) to help towards travel & expenses throughout the students stay in Ireland. The amount

offered is €650 per month or €150 per week paid on a monthly basis.

 

 

4- we would like to offer an internship in our Customer Solutions Department based in Dublin from 1st October 2012 for 6 months. Details are as follows;

Position: Customer Solutions Assistant

Initial Duties

This will be a requirement throughout the whole internship in the department;

  • Statistical Reporting
  • Vlog (Sales Management System) meeting updates
  • Vlog (Sales Management System) Opportunity updates
  • Pharmaceutical development statistics
  • General sales development statistics
  • RFQ printing etc
  • Cold calls/data gathering
  • Case studies updates
  • Monthly vertical updates for sales
  • QBR templates
  • Customer Projects
  • General – Customer solutions

Hours of Work: Monday to Friday – 9am to 5.30pm

As part of the placement agreement, the company offers an allowance (not deemed to

be a salary) to help towards travel & expenses throughout the students stay in Ireland. The amount

offered is €650 per month or €150 per week paid on a monthly basis.

 

 

témoignage d’une de nos familles d’accueil

Hi Sandrine,

 

I hope that you are keeping well.

 

I have had such a lovely report from the family about Rachel that I want to share it with you.   I have cut and pasted it below…..

 

“Hi Maggie,
Thank you for your message. I wanted to wait until I had a moment to respond in full.

 

Rachel is absolutely amazing and we feel so blessed that you found her for us!!! She has become a real part of our family. You were right when you said that age does not have a lot to do with maturity. Rachel is such a mature 18 year old that I often forget how young she is.

 

Rachel is such a lovely girl with a sunny and upbeat disposition. She is a joy to have around. From the moment she arrived she has been enthusiastic about being here, learning English, making friends, discovering London. She shares that enthusiasm with the kids and when she has the opportunity, she takes them to museums or exciting places. She takes my youngest to the swimming pool — all her own idea.

 

The children have grown very attached. We are all dreading the end of her stay. She is incredibly warm and loving toward the children in a very natural way. She helps my eldest with piano (she is accomplished herself) and is very able to jump in with homework help or coming up with crafts for them to do. She is extremely helpful around the house, always asking what she can do to help.

 

I believe we have found a very good balance of living together and yet maintaining some privacy and independence. In any case, when Rachel is around we never mind because she is so lovely. She partakes in some family meals with us (we usually only have one in the week anyway — on Friday night) but seems content to eat on her own in the week. Weekends she is always out and about but we manage to stay connected and have good chats about her plans.

 

She did find a Chinese class at Morley college but dropped after about a month as the teacher sounded disappointing. She said she was happy to find the book that went with the course and now she practises on her own.

 

Rachel is a very special girl and we feel so lucky to have this year to get to know her. I feel so lucky to have her support with the kids, especially as they adore her and I trust her. It will be a sad day when she leaves but I hope she takes away from this experience lots of good memories and an excellent command of English (which I help her with whenever possible).

 

Thanks, Maggie. All the best,

Ellen