This page gives brief details about Bradley's English School and this website.
This page gives brief details about Bradley's English School and this website. We are based in Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan (about 225km north of Tokyo). You can learn more about Fukushima by clicking here. As our name suggests, we are an English language school. At the school, we have private (one student), semi-private (two students) and group (up to a maximum of nine students) lessons. We also have private, semi-private and group (over three students, but no upper limit) lessons at other locations such as at an office or school. We are open seven days a week and students can arrange as many lessons as they need each week. Children usually have one fifty minute lesson per week, for forty-five weeks of the year. Adults usually arrange as many lessons as they need each month. Our courses are designed to meet the educational needs of our students. Our semi-private and group lessons are strictly controlled to ensure students are grouped according to their individual learning needs. We are a small, friendly school and fully intend to stay that way. This English section is only a summary. If you are interested in taking lessons at our school, please refer to the Japanese pages of our web site. You will find more details about our services there. If you are not living in Fukushima, you may be interested in our online English lessons. To learn more about the owner of the school and his research interests, please click here.
Welcome to the Bradley's English School about us page. This page gives brief details about Bradley's English School and this website. Some visitors to our website have suggested that we include photographs of the students, etc. on this page. However, we feel that it would be inappropriate to include such content on an open website such as this. We respect our students' privacy and therefore will not allow pictures of students to be posted on this website. To display pictures of other people that are not members of the school on this page would be somewhat meaningless and so no pictures are included.