Auckland (Māori: Tāmaki-makau-rau) is one of the most liveable cities in the world – an international cosmopolitan with a friendly, vibrant atmosphere. Aucklanders celebrate cultural diversity, reflected in the CBD dotted with international restaurants, bars, cafes with social activities and events throughout the year. Studying English at Seafield campus in Queen street – Auckland’ central […]
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12 October 2017
Its Thursday! Which means one more day til the weekend 😀
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10 October 2017
TEACHER PROFILE: Meet Daniel our Director of studies! Originally from New Zealand, during his free time he likes running, reading novels and hiking.
His favourite place in NZ is Mt. Eden and what he likes best about living in nz is being able to swim in beautiful beaches, the hills and forest + the amazing cafe food.
What he likes best about being an English teacher is being able to help people reach their goals.
His advice for students studying English is 'to learn it well you need to live it! Eat like local people, watch the local TV, listen to local radio and make friends with locals. Don't just study it, live it!' ... See MoreSee Less
06 October 2017
Alberton House was built in 1863 by farmer Allen Berr Taylor. Originally built on over 200 hectares of land in Mt Albert, it is a beautiful example of a historical farm house and was gifted to Heritage New Zealand in 1972. It is used today for community events, film and television and tourism. A great place to visit to see how life in New Zealand use to be and is open to the public Wednesday - Sunday for a fee of $10 ... See MoreSee Less
Alberton House was built in 1863 by farmer Allen Berr Taylor. Originally built on over 200 hectares of land in Mt Albert, it is a beautiful example of a historical farm house and was gifted to Heritag...
Seafield School of English
Level 3, 131 Queen Street
Auckland, New Zealand
E: +64 9 369 1906