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St Dunstans College Summer School

Address: CXVC + 6F Forest Hill, London, UK
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Description St Dunstans College Summer School

  • Location: London, England
  • Age: from 9 to 17 years old
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Duration of programs: 2 weeks
  • Dates of the camp: July-August.

St Dundans College (St Dundans College summer camp) hospitably opens its doors every year for children and teenagers from all over the world who are looking to have fun and to spend their summer holidays. The summer camp is located on the campus of a prestigious college in south-east London and is characterized by high quality organization and equipment. Educational programs harmoniously combine language lessons with extracurricular activity, sports and creativity, which gives children unforgettable impressions and brings great benefits. Participants will learn many new and interesting things, make friends from all over the world. Teachers and specialists have a high level of qualification and are doing everything possible to make children feel at home.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in St Dunstans College Summer School

Program name
05.07.2020 -08.08.2020
from 810 £ / week

English + rest and excursions

  • Age of participants: 9-17 years old
  • Course duration: 2 weeks
  • Classes start on July 7 and 21.
  • Dates: 1 shift: July 7-21; 2nd shift: July 21 - August 4
  • Level of English: any, from beginner
  • Number of people in a class: 10-14.

St Dundans College (summer camp St Dundans College) offers children and adolescents a high-quality and carefully developed educational program, where classes are complemented by activities and excursions that help children relax and better absorb the material.

All participants undergo a special test to identify the level of English and, based on the test results, are divided into groups. In language classes, there are usually 10–14 people present, which allows teachers to devote the maximum amount of time to each student, explaining in detail all the questions / topics causing difficulties. The program is built around the main sections of linguistics:

  • Grammar and Vocabulary
  • Writing
  • Oral speech
  • Listening
  • Reading.

Much attention is paid to the development of communication and communication skills in everyday life. Thanks to the program of full immersion, children have a unique opportunity to constantly communicate in English, learn how to correctly build phrases and verbal expressions, clearly and precisely formulate their thoughts in oral and written form. Children receive counseling on coping with accent and correct pronunciation. The teachers have a high level of qualification and a wealth of experience, find an individual approach to each student, therefore a friendly and comfortable atmosphere reigns in the classrooms.

Extra-curricular activity allows children to relax and gain strength, so they learn the material better and memorize it faster. During the summer camp, children also have a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the way of life and the structure of the educational system in England, and receive a unique experience of studying and living in another country.

Accommodation and food

Summer camp participants are housed in host families in close proximity to the college campus — all families go through a rigorous selection process and are monitored by special services. Children live in fully equipped rooms and can enjoy all the comforts of home, and host families provide them with all the help they need. Pupils receive a complete and balanced diet: meals are held at school, breakfasts and dinners are at home. There is a choice of special diets.

Events St Dunstans College Summer School

The program of the summer camp involves active classes in various sports, conducting numerous extracurricular activities and excursions. The schedule is designed so that the lessons and rest complement each other, giving children the opportunity to relax and have fun. Sports:

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Tennis
  • Swimming
  • Run
  • Fitness
  • Yoga
  • Zumba

Excursions and activities:

  • Greenwich (walking tour with a visit to the Royal Observatory)
  • Westminster (Politics & Royalty Walking Tour, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Downing Street 10, Trafalgar Square)
  • British museum
  • Leicester square
  • Covent Garden and Piccadilly
  • Thames Walking Tour (Tower of London, Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral)
  • Hyde Park and Knightsbridge
  • Visit to the South Kensington Museum
  • Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
  • National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery
  • Disco night
  • Time with a host family.


  • The camp is held on the basis of a famous college.
  • Carefully designed training programs
  • Active out-of-class life and excursions
  • Cultural and entertainment program
  • Highly qualified teachers and specialists
  • 24-hour assistance and support
  • Living in a comfortable and safe environment
  • Equipment to the best standards.

Equipment St Dunstans College Summer School

The school’s campus is located in Catford in southeast London and boasts a high level of equipment. Public transport to the historic center of London takes just 20 minutes. The main building of the school is considered to be one of the pearls of the Victorian era. Its features:

  • Classrooms (comfortable workplaces, multimedia and computer equipment)
  • Audience for leisure and entertainment
  • Computer class
  • Pool
  • Indoor and outdoor sports facilities (including football fields and tennis courts)
  • Big hall for events
  • Canteen.

Term dates and fees

Classes start on July 7 and 21. Dates: 1 shift = July 7-21; 2 shift = July 21 to August 4.

Extra charges:

  • Registration fee
  • Deposit confirming a place on the course
  • Exam Board
  • Tuition deposit
  • Return flight tickets
  • Round trip
  • Mandatory Medical Insurance
  • Personal pocket expenses
  • Visa fees and services, translation and certification of documents
  • Consular fee (paid at the Embassy).

Extra fees:

  • Deposit for a course/programme 25 GBP

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

1. Age: 9-17 years old

2. Level of English: any, from the initial.


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Dear sir/madam, I’m an agent from London, sending Russian students to the UK for English courses and camps as well. I have a girl now, 9 y.o., they have already paid the course for me, I’m looking for a camp for them. 4 weeks. Could you send me the conditions for agents, please? If it’s ok, I’d like to book a camp and ready to pay. Many thanks, Katie
Good afternoon, Catherine! Of course. Send us your mail: your contacts and we will send information.

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