The St. Giles Brighton Summer School annually accepts more than four and a half hundred students per season. St Giles Junior summer Brighton in town with access to the sea attracts the opportunity to combine learning English and beach, sightseeing holidays.
Summer courses take place on the basis of the St Giles campus. The school is located in the center of Brighton, where no more than 10 minutes walk to the beaches. Also within walking distance from the educational institution is the tourist, commercial, entertainment infrastructure of the British resort.
Highly qualified teachers work at the summer school in Brighton. Each of them has experience of communication with international student groups. In addition to the academic program, the school offers a rich socio-cultural one. Also in summer school all conditions for active rest and playing sports are created.
Short information. The family program provides for the possibility of joint language practice (lessons are separate, excursions and entertainment are of a general nature).
About the course. A general English program for children and parents provides the opportunity to improve the skills of reading, writing, listening, and speaking. In children's and adult groups, the application of English in practice begins with the first lesson. Training is not limited to academic time. On excursions, extra-curricular activities in an informal setting, children and adults improve their basic language skills.
Students age: children - 8 - 15 years, adults - without restrictions.
Start dates: June 19 - August 31. [ 999.15]
Entry requirements: Initial level of English proficiency (for children and their parents).
The result of the training: rapid progress in English, acquaintance with the culture of Britain, a lot of impressions from the rest on the coast and excursions to Brighton, the neighboring cities of the country.
[ 999.25] Class size: 15 people, 12 - for parent groups.
Duration of the lesson: 50 minutes.
Cost: 503 (one) pound per week, including accommodation in the Family, meals 3 times a day, study 25 lessons per week, day trips, sports and entertainment events in the lunch and evening.
Accommodation for students of family courses is offered at the residence.
Extra-curricular program in St Giles Junior summer is represented by local and outgoing excursions. Activities designed for half a day, allow students to get acquainted with the sights of Brighton. In the city it is recommended to visit the Lanes area, urban new quarters, embankment. Also indifferent students will not leave walks along the coast and a 500-meter pier. A compulsory excursion program for summer courses at the school includes a visit to the main attraction of Brighton, the local "Taj Mahal" - the Royal Pavilion.
During field excursions students of St. Giles Brighton usually get to know London, Bath, Birmingham, Cambridge. Also of interest are the ancient English castles, the unique Stonehenge.
The summer program provides for morning sessions. Afternoon is reserved for social and cultural events and family holidays in Brighton.
The Campus School in Brighton includes three buildings designed in Empire style. Children and adults learn most often in different buildings. In each of them, all conditions for effective teaching are created. Small and adult students are offered spacious classes, designed for 15 people, the opportunity to study in a computer center, use a library. For relaxation in the school there are lounge zones. Wi-Fi is available on campus.
Dates: June 21 - August 2, 2015
Required documents, depending on the type of institution:
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