Windsor English teaches English of all levels, from Beginner to Advanced. 


We offer classes all year round, with a Summer School running throughout June, July and August. We have short breaks over the Easter and Christmas holidays.


Our General English courses and Summer School have a maximum of 12 students per class.


All students must be over 18 years old. 






General English courses run for 15 hours a week, from 10am to 1pm. The classes run all year except June, July and August where they are replaced by the Summer School courses.

Our General English courses are for anybody who would like to learn English for everyday use. Many students use these courses as a springboard going on to take and successfully pass the Cambridge exams with the support of their teachers.

General English Courses cover all levels;

  • Basic/Pre-Intermediate 

    • This is the first English skills level. ​A student at this level sho uld know simple phrases such as directions, basic questions, etc. 

  • Intermediate 

    • Students will have a wide vocabulary​, be able to question, argue, and have different communication styles in a variety of situations. Students understand polite forms and degrees of formality.


  • Upper-Intermediate

    • Students have a good level of English competence. Students can use English confidently in most daily situations and in work.

  • Advanced

    • A class for a core group of advanced students who have progressed well at Windsor English and who need to advance further. The class has a range of objectives, including achieving great IELTS results, passing the Cambridge Advanced Certificate and other more advanced exam choices. ​




One to One 


One to One lessons at Windsor English are courses for improving your English in a fast and cost-efficient way.

  • Lessons are a minimum of two hours a week with an experienced English teacher. 

  • All lessons are planned and agreed in advance

Before the course begins, we plan how to meet your exact needs and tailor the course to suit you.

This will involve the following:

  • An online English test, to determine your current level of English. 

  • A meeting or telephone conversation to discuss the test, your needs and answer any questions you might have. 

What kind of English is best for you?



  • Greetings and Social/Cultural interactions

  • Health

  • Eating

  • Entertaining

  • Friendship

  • Organising Life

  • Money

  • Shopping

  • Traveling

  • Weather

  • Romance

  • Sports

  • Activities



  • Report writing

  • Meetings

  • Presentation skills

  • Telephone conversations

  • Contracts

  • Negotiating

  • Customer Service

  • English for Recruitment

  • Social English

  • HR in English

  • Effective writing

  • Selling

  • Supervision and Leadership

  • Fast and effective reading skills

  • Conferences and Trade Fairs



For Advanced-Level students

Windsor English can cover many specific areas of technical language. 

For example, English for Law. This course would be suitable for someone with a legal background or for those who plan to or are currently studying law. 

  • Legal language and terminology

  • Concepts of English Law

  • Drafting

  • Letter writing

  • Negotiating

  • Presentation Skills

  • English contract and company law

  • Human rights and European law




What shall I do after my lessons?

The Summer School programme at Windsor English is a great opportunity to learn the language in the lively and busy surroundings of the British summer time. The South-East of the UK is bristling with events, sights and scenery to take in, making it the perfect time to sample the British way of life.

The Summer School runs throughout June, July and August every year, with a maximum class size of 12. 

The classes run from 10am-1pm & 2pm-4pm, Monday to Friday. Students can attend one or both sessions a day. The afternoon classes will only run if there is a minimum of 4 students at this level. 


The Summer School runs all the same levels as the General English Courses; Basic/Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate and Upper-Intermediate.