Our mission

Our mission

For 8 years the EITC have been meeting students and teachers. The students change, the teachers don’t. And so, it is really important for us to keep a strong relationship with you from one year to the next. This relationship helps us to understand the needs of the schools, helps us to adapt ourselves to the expectations of the teachers, allows us to offer show and workshops well adapted to students learning English.

Your opinion counts and we thank you for all of the comments you send our way. We know how hard it is becoming for teachers to bring cultural and linguistic activities to the school curriculum, you need time and the means to do it. In Caen, it’s the theatre teacher who has disappeared; in Bordeaux, the budget for languages that gets cut; in Compiègne its the technician who no longer has a contract… all these little signs remind us that we must stay aware.

Thankfully, the motivation of the teachers remains strong and so does our energy. So yes, we see this as a mission, a mission to continue to create and offer shows of a high quality, creative workshops, pedagogical initiatives within the school curriculum because we know there are other effective ways to learn a language, notably by having fun. And that? That's what we do best.

Other News

It's workshop time!

For over eleven years now, we’ve been working with thousands of students from all over France and Belgium. We’ve always known how lucky our student actors are to be part of the EITC gang: they get to work with our actors before the show,...

We are Pickles by EITC!

Watch this video to learn everything about the Pickles company by EITC: how the show works, what happens on tour, and how we interact with your students.

Video made in May 2011 by Studio 80 and the EITC.

Who would have thought it?!!

Who would have thought it?!!

(Version FR en bas de page)

The Pickles ship has been riding rocky waves since Friday the 13th of March 2020, the last time our actors were able to perform in front of your students.

After the governments in France and Belgium...

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