A Day Out for our English Language School
Hello ESL English language learners and friends of Blue Noun English Hub in Scotland!
Just for fun, firework icons by The Noun Project.
Every day of the Edinburgh Festival ends with a spectacular Firework Show across the city.
A Quick Introduction to the Edinburgh Fringe
Here’s a nice video on Youtube introducing the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
“This is my selection of some of the acts that I liked performing mainly on the Royal Mile adjacent to St Giles Cathedral. There are professional street entertainers, amateur buskers, living statues and performers giving tasters of their full shows on elsewhere. Enjoy the atmosphere!”
Film Credit: K Bryce Morrison
“This video aims to show a wide selection [of the Fringe] although it misses out acts with unicycles, straight jackets and the juggling of torches or chainsaws.”
K Bryce Morrison, 2015
It is Quite a Party!
The Royal Mile is famous worldwide.
“Are You learning English?”
Learn English with Art and Culture
Thank you for reading about our English Language School visit to the Edinburgh Festival in search of ESL English Language learners.
I hope to show you that our team is fun – and that we love an excuse to get involved in cultural events of quality and excitement.
It’s what we aim to offer our English language learning guests – although not on the scale of the Edinburgh Fringe.
Our English language school will visit all kinds of cultural festivals.
Read about Blue Noun taking part in a local street festival.
A quick note from the author
We began the Blue Noun blog back in 2019, when we called ourselves a ‘language school’ (we now call ourselves a language hub) and we were building up our business completely from scratch.
Our first few months were spent making friends in the community, researching homestay hosts for our language guests and finding out about all the good local places and activities to take our language learning guests.
In 2021 we moved the Blue Noun website to a different platform. We had the option of deleting these old blogs – they are very different form our current, more pedagogic style of posting, but I think they are quite charming to see how our young business grew, turning from a language school run by an artist – into a language hub which really began to focus on coaching artists in English by immersing them in creative environments.