GROUP LESSONS FROM JULY 2021
Days, times and location of lessons may change and more lessons may be added to suit students, teachers, and room availability. We will always take into account the most recent Gov. guidelines to ensure the safely of everyone at Elh.
All lessons in "black" are currently available for students to join. All lessons in "red" are starting soon and students who join these will start their lessons in a few weeks time. We may add more lessons on days and times that are suitable for students and staff; please contact us for more information.
AFTERNOON LESSONS FOR UNDER 18s
Afternoon group lessons are available Live online for under 18s. We take a maximum of 6 students in class. Students can join lessons anytime, so long as there is space. If there is no space, we may either place you on a waiting list, or open a new class which you can join. Please contact us for more information.
EVENING LESSONS FOR ADULT STUDENTS
Evening group lessons are currently available Live online but we hope to start Face2Face and Hybrid by June 2021. We take a maximum of 6 students in a face2face classroom, a maximum of 12 students in a Live Online classroom and a maximum of 10 students in a hybrid classroom. Students can join lessons anytime, so long as there is space. If there is no space, we may either place you on a waiting list, or open a new class which you can join. Please contact us for more information.
EARLY MORNING GROUP LESSONS FOR 3 OR MORE ADULT STUDENT
Early morning group lessons may be available for 3 or more students who book to study together. These lessons are possible from 7:30 to 9:00 London time and are available live online to a maximum of 12 students. Please contact us for more information.
FREE LESSONS FOR ADULT STUDENTS
Free lessons are available to students during our teacher training courses. These lessons are taught by teachers who are training.
Where it is not possible to run lessons face2face students will be offered the opportunity to join Live Online lessons via Zoom and/or E-learning as part of their individual study programme.