• NILE was founded in 1995 on outward-looking and all-welcoming principles and we have enjoyed 21 years of friendship and collaboration with teachers and other education professionals across Europe and around the world.

    There is no way the referendum decision will impact on our beliefs in that regard, other than making them stronger.

    At NILE, we are profoundly shocked at the democratic decision taken by the people of the UK, but will work undiminished with all our friends and partners to ensure NILE has a place in Europe as well as welcoming people from all countries to work, share and develop with NILE, in Norwich and internationally.

    0 comments | 24 June 2016 | | Thom Kiddle
  • Join us for the last NILE webinar before the end of term! Senior Trainer Tom Sarney invites you to discuss and suggest practical ideas to get your students speaking in the classroom.

    UPDATE: recording now available!Read more...

    0 comments | 22 June 2016 | Events | Hanna Furre
  • As part of NILE’s 21st birthday celebrations with the motto NILE@21: Transforming Teaching, we are pleased to be offering a scholarship to the IATEFL conference in Glasgow in 2017.

    To highlight our commitment to global CPD in the field of language education, the scholarship will be awarded to a teacher-trainer working in an environment which has particular challenges. Examples of such challenges include, but are not limited to: regional conflicts, gender issues, environmental Read more...

    0 comments | 15 June 2016 | Funding and Events | Hanna Furre