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Online English Courses


We are currently running General English classes at all levels, from Elementary to Advanced, Monday to Friday. We are also running Exam Preparation Classes. 




HOURS PER DAY: 1.5 - 3 


COURSE LENGTH: 10,20,30 hours or more





How do these courses work?

Technology has enabled us to help students who cannot come to us but want expert tuition. Our online classes have been developed to help our students to improve their English with experienced, fully qualified teachers at a British Council accredited school without having to travel to us.


See below for technical information.



How do these courses work?

A Hybrid class combines face-to-face teaching with online teaching. Students can join one of our live in school classes, online via Zoom from the comfort of their home.

This is suitable for students:

  • who are unable to travel, because of Covid restrictions but don't want to delay their studies 
  • who have to quarantine 
  • who plan to come to Lexis in the future sometime and want to get a flavour of the school 


This link will take you to Private English Classes. Students booking this course will be treated like regular private English students


This link will take you to Part-time morning English classes. Students booking this course will be treated like regular part-time students. 

To BOOK and for more information please email the school. To BOOK and for more information please email the school.
Five reasons to study with Lexis Online
 Learn from home Lexis Online English classes have been developed to help you improve your English without the need to travel. We are a British Council accredited school with fully qualified and experienced teachers. 
Real-life lessons Our online programme delivers high-quality face-to-face interactive online courses. You can choose to study as little or as much as you want at a time and place convenient for you. The online classes provide a real-life lesson experience 
Combine courses By combining the live lessons with our Self-study course Option, your learning progress will accelerate and you will improve faster. 
Accreditations Our school is accredited by the British Council and English UK. Our teachers are experienced and fully qualified. They are excited to connect with you in real-time in our virtual classrooms from the comfort of your own home. 
High quality content Lexis has always striven to give its students confidence in their learning and focused on their goals. We proudly provide high-quality teaching in a student focused and supportive environment. We are currently running classes at all levels from Elementary to Advanced, including Exam Preparation Classes.

Staying Safe While Learning and Teaching Online

In addition to face-to-face classes, Lexis is also using a hybrid model of learning and teaching. This page outlines the digital safety concerns that may accompany periods of increased online activity.

Online Meetings, Social Events and Video Conferencing

As some classes, meetings and social events are held online, it is important to take extra precautions to safeguard your own safety as well as the safety of others. Especially when using online meeting tools such as Zoom, which enable our community to connect with people outside the geographic location of the school; here are some safety tips and recommendations. 

Avoiding Zoombombing

When using Zoom, ensure that you take the following precautions:

  • Always require a password for meetings. This password should never be shared publicly.
  • Do not share meeting links on social media or other public platforms where they can easily be intercepted by trolls or cybercriminals.
  • Use the Waiting Room feature and verify all attendees one-by-one before granting access.
  • Change your screen sharing settings to ‘Host only.’ This will prevent trolls from accessing your video calls. You can either change this in your pre-meeting settings or in the in-call admin settings for Share Screen -> Advanced Sharing Settings.
  • Disable “Join Before Host” to prevent people causing trouble before you arrive.
  • Enable “Co-Host” so you can assign a co-facilitator to help you moderate.
  • Disable “File Transfer” to prevent digital virus sharing.
  • Disable “Allow Removed Participants to Rejoin” so that expelled attendees cannot regain access.
  • Do not use personal email addresses when registering for, or using, Zoom. Use the school email instead.
  • No confidential, sensitive or personally-identifiable school information should be discussed or displayed.  

Coronavirus-Related Fraud

In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, there has been a sharp rise in fraud both online and offline. The most common types of fraud include phishing emails, telephone and text message scams, and online shopping scams. It is more important than ever to be vigilant against fraudsters and to beef up your own digital defences.

For more information on different types of Coronavirus-related fraud, as well as how to protect yourself against these frauds, please visit the Fraud Awareness Resources linked below:

  • Action Fraud - This website provides helpful advice on how to protect yourself from fraud and cybercrime. 

  • Check if your email has been compromised - “Have I been Pwned?” is a website that checks to see if your email has ever been leaked in a data breach. 

  • Cifas: Fraud Prevention - Cifas is a UK-based non-profit fraud prevention service. Find helpful articles and advice on how to prevent and respond to financial fraud through the website below.

  • Fraud, tricks and scams (HMRC) - This page gives you advice on protecting yourself from tricks and scams the Home Office are aware of. Remember, if you receive an unexpected email, telephone call or letter from someone who claims to be from the Home Office, it may be a scam.

  • Telephone Fraud - Find tips for what to look out for when it comes to telephone fraud through the video below.

Coronavirus-related scams

In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, fraudsters are more active than ever, taking advantage of increases in remote working and online shopping. The following websites offer more information on what types of scams to look out for as well as what to do if you've been the victim of a Coronavirus-related scam. 

ASA Consumer Advice: Avoiding coronavirus scams - This webpage provides ASA’s top tips for avoiding Coronavirus scams as well as a list of useful organisations to contact if you’re concerned about potential scams.

BBC: Coronavirus: How hackers are preying on fears of Covid-19 - The BBC have tracked five campaigns that cyber criminals are using to target individuals and industries with emails scams.

Get Safe Online: Current Coronavirus-related online scams you should be aware of - This article provides short summaries of some common fraudulent activity associated with the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak.

Google's Covid-19 Safety Tips - To help you avoid Covid-19 scams, Google has put together a useful fact sheet to help you spot and avoid online fraud. Learn about common types of scams, such as fraudulent financial offers, fake charitable donation requests and false government updates, as well as how to prevent these.

Ofcom: Advice for consumers: coronavirus scam calls and texts - This article provides information on scam calls and text messages that have impacted consumers in the wake of Covid-19 and includes picture examples of what to look out for.

Safe, Secure, Online: Cyber Security Advice during Coronavirus - In this article, SWGfL outlines measures you can take to keep yourself safe online in the face of rising email, website and online shopping related scams.

UK Government: Be vigilant against coronavirus scams - In the wake of increased Coronavirus-related scams, the UK government has issued official advice on how to protect yourself online.

Online Respect

Lexis School of English has a zero-tolerance policy towards any form of bullying and harassment. As members of an international community that prides itself on honouring diverse perspectives, it is important to practise good digital citisenship and treat all others with dignity and respect both online and off.

Digital Wellbeing

As digital engagement forms an integral part of online work and study, it’s important to take measures to safeguard your digital wellbeing:

  1. Check your privacy settings – This is especially important if you use one or more forms of social media. As we spend more of our time engaging with others online, it’s important to know who has access to your posts and personal information. To keep yourself safe and secure, it’s good practice to review your privacy settings every few months.
  2. Review your location services – While we might not be venturing far from home during a pandemic, it’s still important to review how much access your digital devices have to your location. Perform a quick check to see if location services are enabled in each of your apps and ask yourself if it’s necessary that these applications have access to your geographical information.
  3. Use wellbeing controls – Many devices and platforms now offer options that help you manage the time you spend online. If you’re finding it increasingly difficult to separate work and study from your down time, simply turning off notifications or activating “do not disturb” can make a world of difference.
  4. Set your own boundaries online – Being constantly bombarded by news reports and social media posts can take a toll on your mental health. If you’re feeling anxious or fatigued, setting your own boundaries online might help you manage your digital wellbeing. Only engage with what you’re comfortable engaging with online and take regular breaks from social media if you’re feeling overwhelmed.
  5. Be an active bystander (if it is safe for you to do so) – With so much activity happening online, it’s important that we support one another in virtual spaces. If you’ve witnessed cyberbullying behaviours online you can report the issue to the platform, though sometimes even sending a personal message to victims of online harassment can make all the difference.

Zoom conferencing technology

Our Virtual Classroom is powered by Zoom conferencing technology. Our experienced teachers use effective online teaching methods with a variety of purpose built online teaching platforms and also PowerPoint presentations, video clips, customised teaching materials, course books and authentic supplementary materials.

This level of care and support for our students transcends to our Virtual Classrooms aiming to continue to meet our students’ needs. We deliver high-quality course content suitable for professionals who wish to boost their career, for students who wish to invest in their future and for all those ambitious people who want to keep learning.

You will need:

  • A computer, large tablet or smartphone with a broadband connection of 10mbs or more
  • We recommend the use of headphones as they cancel the surrounding noise
  • A webcam, if your computer does not have  a camera

How to sign up:

Live face-to-face English lessons via Zoom
See here to sign up:

You will receive a link to your email address which will allow you to access the classes.

Online Terms and Conditions

You confirm you have read, understood and agree to these terms and conditions of enrolment and our school policies when booking a Lexis English Online course at Lexis School of English:

  • These terms and conditions apply only to our online courses. If you purchase a face to face course our standard terms and conditions apply
  • Our course options are described on our website. A course is defined by the course type and course length
  • A course booking can be for group classes or for private classes or a combination of both
  • All courses are offered subject to availability; Lexis School of English reserves the right to merge classes, postpone, change or cancel your course or other service offered without liability; In such circumstances, we may offer you an alternative course of equal value
  • Course fees are only refundable if you are dissatisfied with the course and contact us at You must not have completed more than three hours of study in order to receive a refund
  • Course fees must be paid in full at least one week before the start date
  • It is not possible to pause your course or take a holiday during your course
  • If you have booked your course through an agent, their terms and conditions may apply to you. We reserve the right to apply our own terms and conditions
  • We reserve the right to take any reasonable action that is appropriate if any situation has not been covered by these terms and conditions
  • You must have a good internet connection and you are responsible for downloading the relevant software. No compensation will be offered due to connectivity issues and you not being able to participate in the online lessons
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