New study facilities at Bell Bedgebury Language Centre

Students and staff at Bell Bedgebury Language Centre are now enjoying new teaching, learning and social facilities in the newly refurbished Frank Bell Centre (formerly Bedgebury Junior School). The dedicated facilities include a specialist study centre which contains the latest study materials and laptops with free access to the internet, newly furnished classrooms, many with interactive whiteboards and a large social space which has a pool table, table tennis, table football and space to relax.

The Frank Bell Centre was officially opened on 15 May by special guest Greg Clark, MP for Tunbridge Wells, who joined students and staff for the Friday afternoon ‘Farewell Assembly’. Mr Clark told the assembled students how impressed he was with the centre. He also highlighted  the relevance of Frank Bell’s vision of promoting international understanding through learning, before handing the floor to the teachers, who said fond goodbyes to students leaving that week and handed them their certificates.

One of these students was Hye Lyang Yoo (aka Amy) who arrived on 29 September 2008 and, during her stay at Bedgebury, has progressed from Elementary to Upper Intermediate and now moves on to continue her studies at Bell International Institute in London.

Whilst at Bedgebury, Mr Clarke also had the opportunity to meet with high school students from Bell Bedgebury International School, as well as receiving a tour of the site from Principal David Morse.

Bell Bedgebury Language Centre is one of three adult teaching centres in the UK which offers a variety of English language training to students from all over the world. For a list of courses at Bell Bedgebury Language Centre visit


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About Bell

Bell is a leading educational charity and one of the largest British-owned providers of English language education services. Each year, Bell helps over 100,000 students, from more than 120 countries through one of its 37 worldwide teaching centres and e-channels, primarily to learn English and other languages. Bell operates 9 centres in the UK, including a boarding school for international students.

The organisation also provides teacher training, educational management, consultancy and project services to international organisations, universities and governments.


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Frank Bell Centre was officially opened on 15 May by special guest Greg Clark, MP for Tunbridge Wells