The idea of this blog is to serve as a community for students past, present and future, our teachers and staff, our partners and really for any language learners and language lovers. If you’re already studying at OISE Cambridge, it gives you the chance to find out more about the school and city, while improving your English. If you studied with us some time ago, it’s a great way to stay in touch, and tell us your news. If you’re thinking about doing a future course at OISE Cambridge (an excellent idea, if I may say so), it will hopefully give you some sense of what life in Cambridge is like. Above all, this blog is an open forum–so if you’ve comments or ideas for future posts (or you just want to correct my grammar…) don’t hesitate to get in touch!
What will the OISE Cambridge Blog feature?
How can I get involved?
In this modern technological world of ours, there are, of course, lots of ways to get in touch. Respond to posts, start conversations, or suggest new topics, using the handycomments feature beneath each entry. Enter your email address to receive regular updates. And don’t forget to follow our twitter feed– @OISECambridge –where the wonderful Anna can communicate vital information at short notice. Such as: which pub students will be drinking in that night. And just as importantly: which beer they should drink (I recommend Abbott).
How often will the blog be updated?
At present, the plan is to update the blog around three times weekly, to cover a wide range of topics. But depending on your enthusiasm, the schedule is flexible. Above all, you should see this as your forum, to use in whichever ways you think most useful. To start the ball rolling (English idiom #1!), we’ll soon be featuring a true story about a lump of the moon that found its way to a school in Cambridge. No, really. Keep your eyes peeled (English idiom #2!)…