The highest-ranking language centre in Wales (see page v in this supplement), the Mulberry School of English, celebrated its rebranding with town crier Austin Chemenais, guest Sysan Elan Jones MP and Huan Japes, deputy chief executive of English UK, the trade association of UK English language teaching. Students and guests then joined in the International Eisteddford parade. Wales was the only region of Britain to see growth in ELT enrolments in 2015 and, following the success of its football team in the European Championships, is looking to see its market share grow. ‘Wales is having a moment,’ Mulberry’s Vincent Iannucci told the Gazette.
EL Rankings 2016: Mulberry on the march as Wales sees ELT boost