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Scottish teacher wins inaugural International Oracy Teacher Award

New award recognises excellence in oracy teaching around the world.

International Oracy Teacher Award - shortlist 2018!

See the shortlist for our inaugural International Oracy Teacher Award.

Winners of the 2018 ESU English Language Awards announced

From apps and games to coursebooks and puppets, the variety of English language teaching resources in this year’s English Language Awards showed real innovation.

ESU Lebanon - Voices to bring about change

ESU Lebanon’s Public Speaking Competition allows people, of all ages, to learn about and discuss human nature and the power of community.

How a gap year with the ESU prepared me for life

Chelcie Henry-Robertson studied in California on her Secondary School Exchange.

Where could the ESU take you?

ESU alumnus Melissa Hardinge - BBC Senior Commercial Editor, talks to us about her experience of the ESU's Secondary School Exchange and what it meant for her.

World Schools Debating Championships 2018 selection criteria

Read about our changes to the selection process to help ensure excellence through diversity.

Debating with ESU Japan

ESU Japan started a debating competition which has grown and debating is now being introduced in many Japanese high schools.

Where could the ESU take you?

BBC Radio Presenter and ESU alumnus Chris Hawkins talks about how he found his Secondary School Exchange experience as brilliantly life changing.

Public speaking Maltese-style

Pia Zammit, Director of ESU Malta, tells us about the thriving Public Speaking Competition in her country.

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