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Summer School Eastbourne (Eastbourne School)

Address: 8 Trinity Trees, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN21 3LD, United Kingdom
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Description Summer School Eastbourne (Eastbourne School)

Eastbourne is an ideal place for students who are planning to improve their English skills. These are soft and spacious beaches, a gentle coast and beautiful nature, as well as an easy road (thanks to an excellent traffic junction) to London, Brighton and Canterbury. Only 15 minutes by a quiet step separates the territory of Eastbourne School from the city center and the main city pier. Accommodation in a host family is the best option to provide the most comfortable, family-friendly, warm living conditions, and moreover, it is an ideal way for daily unobtrusive language practice with direct carriers! The distance to London is 107 kilometers, to the largest airports Gatwick and Heathrow - 67 and 136 kilometers respectively.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Summer School Eastbourne (Eastbourne School)

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
  • Summer English courses

Programs in the camp are designed for the summer period, it is also possible to take short courses. The course can be booked for both an individual student and for study groups that plan joint travel and training.

In addition, it is possible to participate in several combined courses:

  • Tennis Academy (summer)
  • Special program Royal (short term)
  • Olympic Program (short-term)
  • Research course (short-term)
  • Intensive English course (short-term).

After graduation students can go to the classical Triniti exam, and in case of successful delivery get a firm certificate confirming a high level of knowledge. [999.21 ]

During one week of training, students attend 15 academic sessions: they are held in small groups (up to 15 people each). Each class has a qualified EFL teacher who has considerable experience of working with foreign students. The emphasis is on the intensive development of communication skills: classes are specially selected in such a way as to bring together representatives of different nationalities and cultures. Admission of children and adolescents to school goes from 9 to 17 years.

  • Trinity Exam

We offer students the opportunity to pass the Trinity College Oral Examinations (GESE) to get a qualification in spoken English. These exams are authoritative among educational institutions in many European countries. Our experienced EFL teachers test students, distribute them to appropriate levels and provide an additional five hours of intensive spoken English each week. Students are fully prepared for oral tests, which are conducted by an external examiner Trinity.

This course is designed for a group of 15 students. The additional cost per student = 65 pounds. Dates: June 19 - August 28.

EXAMPLE OF THE SUMMER COURSE PROGRAM

  • Sunday: arrival of students, welcome party Ice Breaker
  • Monday:

• Afternoon: Academic studies + Extra-curricular activities on campus, organized by teachers, sports games
• In the evening: a party at the pool

  • Tuesday:

• In the afternoon: Academic pursuits + bowling
• In the evening: evening with the host family

[ 999.50]
  • Wednesday:
  • • Of day: Academic lessons + excursion to the Abbey of Battle
    • In the evening: evening with the host family

    • Thursday:

    • In the afternoon: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • In the evening: Disco, evening of Caribbean dances

    • Friday:

    • In the afternoon: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • In the evening: evening with the host family

    • Saturday:

    • Afternoon: Full day excursion - Portsmouth, visiting the Spinnaker Tower and Gun Wharf Quays
    • In the evening: evening with the host family

    • Sunday:

    • In the afternoon: Rest (students are given a brunch on the day off); At the request and personal schedule of the student - additional excursions, group recreational activities
    • In the evening: evening with the host family

    • Monday:

    • In the afternoon: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • In the evening: Pizza party

    • Tuesday:
    • [999.95 ]

      • In the afternoon: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
      • In the evening: the evening with the host family

      • Wednesday:

      • In the afternoon: Academic classes + excursion to the Brighton pier
      • In the evening: evening with the host family

      • Thursday:

      • Of day: Academic studies + Laser Quest
      • In the evening: Disco - unusual outfits are welcome!

      • Friday:

      • In the afternoon: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
      ] • In the evening: evening with the host family

      • Saturday:

      • In the afternoon: Full day excursion - London, walking tour and cruise on the Thames
      • Evening: Graduation ceremony

      • Sunday:
      • [ 999.130] Departure of schoolchildren from the camp.

    Students enrolled in this program combine 15 hours of English with 12 hours of professional tennis a week. This is a great course both for groups and for individual students who want to develop their tennis skills, and also improve spoken language, since all training takes place in English. Every year students from all over the world come back to us to improve their English and tennis skills by training with the best trainers of the Devonshire Park Tennis Club in Eastbourne, respected by many tennis champions, including AEGON, WTA and ATP Tour.

    EXAMPLE SCHEDULE

    First week

    ] ] ]
    9.00-9.45 10.00-12.00 [ 999.14] 2.00-3.30 4.00-5.30 8.30 - 10.00
    Sun. Arrival, check-in and familiarity with staff and players
    Fri English lessons
    English lessons Tennis training
    Tennis training Evening curriculum
    Tues. English lessons
    English Lessons
    Tennis training
    Tennis training
    Evening program
    Avg. English Lessons
    English Lessons

    Excursion (half a day) Evening program
    Thu.English Lessons
    English Lessons
    Tennis Training
    ] Tennis training
    Evening program
    Fri The lessons of the English
    English Lessons
    Tennis training
    Tennis training
    Evening Program
    Collection Excursion (full-day)
    Evening program
    [ 999.159]

    The second week

    ] ] [ 999.262] ] ]
    9.00-9.45 10.00-12.00 2.00-3.30 ] 4.00-5.30 8.30 - 10.00
    Sun. Recreation and entertainment activities Recreation and entertainment
    Evening program
    Mon.Tennis training
    Tennis training
    English classes
    ] English lessons
    Evening program
    Tues. Tennis training
    Tennis training
    English Lessons
    English Lessons
    Evening Program
    ]
    Excursion (half a day)
    English Lessons
    English Lessons
    Evening program
    Thu Tennis training
    Tennis training
    English Lessons
    English Lessons
    Evening Program
    Fri Tennis training
    Tennis training
    English lessons
    English lessons
    Evening program
    Collection Full day excursion
    Evening program
    All Departure

    * Accommodation only in the family.

    • Intensive Courses

    English courses are designed for students who want to improve their English language skills to the highest level. Experienced EFL teachers, as well as additional English lessons (12 hours a week) will give students the opportunity to improve their language skills. Classes will take place on specific topics using materials to improve skills such as listening, reading, writing and speaking. Homework can also be issued. The rate for homestay = 771 pound / week.

    • Study tours

    The program gives an excellent chance to learn "English outside the class". Students are accommodated in the full board. A flexible schedule is another plus of this program. On request, students are provided with flyers and questionnaires. Additional materials for a fee.

    English classes:

    • 15 hours a week (3 hours a day 5 days a week)
    • One week in the morning
    • One week in the evening
    • Sports / entertainment program - football, tennis, swimming, basketball, baseball, volleyball, applied arts.
    • Evening entertainment - talent shows, quizzes, sporting events, blind dates, casinos, parties.

    There are two options for accommodation: a rate of residence at a residence = 61 pound / night or rate With living in the family = 38 pound / night.

    EXAMPLE OF COURSE PROGRAM

    • Sunday: arrival of students, welcome party Ice Breaker
    • Monday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • ] Tuesday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus, organized by teachers, sports games
    • Wednesday: Academic studies + excursion to Winsor, a tour of the legendary castle
    • Thursday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Friday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Saturday: Excursion to Oxford, walking tour, sightseeing
    • Sunday: Rest (for students on a day off provided Brunch); At the request and personal schedule of the student - additional excursions, group recreational activities
    • Monday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Tuesday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Wednesday: Academic classes + excursion to Reading, visiting the local museum
    • Thursday: Academic studies + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Friday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Saturday: Full day excursion - London, walking tour and cruise on the Thames
    • Sunday:
    • Departure of schoolchildren from the camp.
    • Intensive Courses

    English courses are designed for students who want to improve their English language skills to the highest level. Experienced EFL teachers, as well as additional English lessons (12 hours a week) will give students the opportunity to improve their language skills. Classes will take place on specific topics using materials to improve skills such as listening, reading, writing and speaking. Homework can also be issued. The rate for homestay = 771 pound / week.

    • Study tours

    The program gives an excellent chance to learn "English outside the class". Students are accommodated in the full board. A flexible schedule is another plus of this program. On request, students are provided with flyers and questionnaires. Additional materials for a fee.

    English classes:

    • 15 hours a week (3 hours a day 5 days a week)
    • One week in the morning
    • One week in the evening
    • Sports / entertainment program - football, tennis, swimming, basketball, baseball, volleyball, applied arts.
    • Evening entertainment - talent shows, quizzes, sporting events, blind dates, casinos, parties.

    There are two options for accommodation: a rate of residence at a residence = 61 pound / night or rate With living in the family = 38 pounds / night.

    EXAMPLE OF COURSE PROGRAM

    • Sunday: arrival of students, welcome party Ice Breaker
    • Monday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • ] Tuesday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus, organized by teachers, sports games
    • Wednesday: Academic studies + excursion to Winsor, a tour of the legendary castle
    • Thursday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Friday: Academic studies + Extra-curricular activities on campus organized by educators, sports games
    • Saturday: Excursion to Oxford, walking tour, sightseeing
    • Sunday: Relaxation (students are given a brunch on a day off); At the request and personal schedule of the student - additional excursions, group recreational activities
    • Monday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Tuesday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Wednesday: Academic classes + excursion to Reading, visiting the local museum
    • Thursday: Academic studies + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Friday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Saturday: Full day excursion - London, walking tour and cruise on the Thames
    • Sunday:
    • Departure of schoolchildren from the camp.
    • Intensive Courses

    English courses are designed for students who want to improve their English language skills to the highest level. Experienced EFL teachers, as well as additional English lessons (12 hours a week) will give students the opportunity to improve their language skills. Classes will take place on specific topics using materials to improve skills such as listening, reading, writing and speaking. Homework can also be issued. The rate for homestay = 771 pound / week.

    • Study tours

    The program gives an excellent chance to learn "English outside the class". Students are accommodated in the full board. A flexible schedule is another plus of this program. On request, students are provided with flyers and questionnaires. Additional materials for a fee.

    English classes:

    • 15 hours a week (3 hours a day 5 days a week)
    • One week in the morning
    • One week in the evening
    • Sports / entertainment program - football, tennis, swimming, basketball, baseball, volleyball, applied arts.
    • Evening entertainment - talent shows, quizzes, sporting events, blind dates, casinos, parties.

    There are two options for accommodation: a rate of residence at a residence = 61 pound / night or rate With living in the family = 38 pounds / night.

    EXAMPLE OF COURSE PROGRAM

    • Sunday: arrival of students, welcome party Ice Breaker
    • Monday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • ] Tuesday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus, organized by teachers, sports games
    • Wednesday: Academic studies + excursion to Winsor, a tour of the legendary castle
    • Thursday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Friday: Academic studies + Extra-curricular activities on campus organized by educators, sports games
    • Saturday: Excursion to Oxford, walking tour, sightseeing
    • Sunday: Relaxation (students are given a brunch on a day off); At the request and personal schedule of the student - additional excursions, group recreational activities
    • Monday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Tuesday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Wednesday: Academic classes + excursion to Reading, visiting the local museum
    • Thursday: Academic studies + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Friday: Academic classes + extra-curricular activities on campus organized by teachers, sports games
    • Saturday: Full day excursion - London, walking tour and cruise on the Thames
    • Sunday:
    • Departure of schoolchildren from the camp.

    Accommodation and food

    Students live in comfortable and convenient conditions, accommodation is organized according to the principle of full boarding. Students are accommodated in host families - many times tested, safe and respectable. Houses are most often located within walking distance from the school, the road to the academic building will not take long. Meals are organized according to the principle of full boarding, as a lunch the students receive a packed full lunch, as they are dining on the school grounds.

    Subjects and sport

    Subjects list: art, Art technology, biology, business, Business and management, chemistry, computer techologies, design, design and technology, drama, Dramatic art, economics, English, English philology, geography, history, Management of business with economy, maths, modern languages, music, philosophy, physics, Policy and government, right, The art of dance, Theatrical art, theology
    Events list: basketball, Contests, dancing, Excursion to london, football, tennis

    Events Summer School Eastbourne (Eastbourne School)

    EXAMPLE OF THE SCHEDULE OF THE DAY

    Classes for summer courses are held Monday to Friday, three academic hours per day. Each lesson is divided into two blocks:

    • Learning grammar, vocabulary, relevant exercises and practices

    • Training of oral speech, communication skills: use of gaming and role-playing techniques, interactive learning, attracting additional funds.

    In addition to effective academic studies, students are expected to have a rich and rich extra-curricular program: a variety of games, quizzes, contests and parties are held every day (during the day or evening). Every evening, students are offered an interesting entertainment program, shows and parties: for example, the Talent Show, dance evening, quizzes, joint group screenings, sports and much more. After classes, students can engage in one of the many types of leisure and entertainment: play football or tennis, basketball, dance, visit creative studios and workshops. Also for one week of stay in the camp there is one excursion trip for the whole day and one for several hours.

    Example of excursions for the whole day:

    • A trip to London
    • A trip to Canterbury.
    [ 999.23] For several hours students also go on a classic sightseeing tour of Brighton, visit Hastings.

    Equipment Summer School Eastbourne (Eastbourne School)

    All classes and auditoriums are fully equipped with necessary furniture and modern appliances, for relaxation are designed spacious cozy living rooms with TV and upholstered furniture. Students have free access to numerous play fields and playgrounds, to a beautiful beach, located just a few minutes walk away - and a quiet walk to the center takes only about 15 minutes.

    Term dates and fees

    • Heathrow Private Transfer (up to 3 people in the car) = 260 pounds
    • Individual Transfer Gatwick (up to 3 people in the car) = 240 pounds
    • Heathrow Group Transit (15- 20 people) = 670 pounds
    • Heathrow Group Transfer (21-30 people) = 740 pounds
    • Heathrow Group Transfer (31-50 people) = 895 pounds
    • Group transfer Gatwick (15-20 people) = 600 pounds
    • Group transfer Gatwick (21-30 people) = 660 pounds
    • Group transfer Gatwick (31-50 people) ) = 820 pounds

    Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

    Required documents, depending on the type of institution:

    camp / language school
    • copy of 1 page
    • certificate of language proficiency (if any)
    private school, boardinghouse
    • copy of the 1 Pages of the passport
    • certificate of language proficiency
    • school report card with grades for the last 2-4 years (depending on the school)
    • school registration form
    • recommendation letters from Teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and a class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal
    • Testing for knowledge of mathematics, language, other subjects
    • Interview with a representative of the school (possibly in person or by Skype)
    • Literacy, awards, student personal achievements (if any)
    • motivation letter (not for all schools)
    • passport size photo (depending on the school from 1 to 12 pcs)
    • medical certificate of the general health of the child , Discharge of vaccinations
    • birth certificate of the schoolboy (s)
    university
    • copy of the page 1 passport of the passport
    • certificate of language proficiency
    • school certificate for the bachelor, diploma of Higher education for the master
    • letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and the class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal / dean
    • certificates, awards, personal achievements of the student (if any)
    • motivation letter / personal statement
    • interview with a representative of the institution


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    - we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs)
    - there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
    - we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
    - some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
    - some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
    - we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
    - for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

    - recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
    - the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
    - for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
    - for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
    - MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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