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  • English School Students

    Samantha Milton, Co-director of the Sydney English Academy believes it is the integral atmosphere of mutual respect which has seen SEA’s 40+ Program really take off over the last 2 years. “Any student, no matter their age is welcomed, their contribution valued.  This in turn enriches the lives of all fellow students.  Our mature-aged students […]

  • Read on for Tips from Three of our Experienced Upper Intermediate Students  Iris, Persio and Larissa… If you are in another country to learn the native language, you have already done the first and the most important step, so below you can find some easy and useful tips to improve your language skills: Live with […]

  • Typically bright sunny day in Sydney?  Looking for something a little more active than just the beach?  Have you considered one of Sydney’s two iconic walks along the coastline?  Whether it’s the cliff top meanderings of the Bondi to Coogee walk or the bird filled harbour walk of Manly to Spit Junction, you can’t go […]

  • At a loss for things to do at the weekend? Then why not head to one of Sydney’s colourful, neighbourhood festivals.  Over the past few weeks there have been festivals In Marrickville, Newtown and Glebe, with many more to follow.  Its a great chance to see the variety Sydney has to offer and experience the […]

  • Surfcamp 20. – 22. September 2013 From Friday, 20th September to Sunday, 22nd September, students from the SEA had the oppurtunity to going on a surfweekend with „Australien Surf Tours“ in Bendalong, in the south of Sydney. After a 4 hours drive we arrived on a camping in Bendalong, just next to the sea. We […]

  • Since 2007, Sydney English Academy (SEA) has sponsored students from one of the world’s newest nations; East Timor.  It is SEAS’s hope that these students return to their country with a language and a cultural experience that will benefit not only themselves, but also their wider community. Currently Sancia Florencia Paixao Bano (or for short; […]

  • How do I improve my English? Students ask this all the time. It seems hard at first but there are lots of little things you can do to make it easier. Try to read something small every day –a newspaper or a magazine article, there are plenty online. Find an article about something you’re interested […]

  • Needing a break from studying so hard, we decided to take a day off and go to Taronga Zoo! So we, the CAE class and our teachers Dave and Pauline (and her son Luiz), jumped on the bus to enjoy a perfectly beautiful and sunny day at the zoo.

  • Australia has hundreds of things to do on a beautiful sunny day, but learning to surf has got to be at the top of most people’s list, especially if you’re living in Manly.  Australians grow up on the beach – for them it’s as easy as riding a bike. But for newcomers it can be a […]