Centre of English Studies Worthing is located on the quiet street of Stoke Abbott Road, a 5 minute walk to the town centre of Worthing. All the best shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs are also an easy 5-10 minute stroll from the school. Worthing pier is a 15 minute walk from the school.
School is in its own large Victorian building, a short walk from the station, the town centre and the sea. Every classroom has audio-visual aids, including TV and DVD. Some classrooms are equipped with data projectors. There is a students’ lounge with widescreen TV, table tennis and two gardens where students can sit or picnic on sunny days. Outside class hours, you can study privately in the self-access library and use the free internet to send and receive e-mail and browse the internet free of charge. A teacher is available to help with your self study and to help you select appropriate materials including CDs, books and DVDs.
For detailed information on available courses, fees and schedules please contact Prime Study.
Worthing is a large seaside town with borough status in West Sussex, in the historic county of Sussex. The area around Worthing has been populated for at least 6,000 years and contains Britain’s greatest concentration of Stone Age flint mines, which are some of the earliest mines in Europe. Lying within the borough, the Iron Age hill fort of Cissbury Ring is one of Britain’s largest. Worthing means “(place of) Worth/Worō’s people”, from the Old English personal name Worth/Worō (the name means “valiant one, one who is noble”), and -ingas “people of” (reduced to -ing in the modern name). For many centuries Worthing was a small mackerel fishing hamlet until in the late 18th century it developed into an elegant Georgian seaside resort and attracted the well-known and wealthy of the day. In the 19th and 20th centuries the area was one of Britain’s chief market gardening centres. Modern Worthing has a large service industry, particularly in financial services. It has three theatres and one of Britai