Year-Round Group Programmes

Tailor-made or Ready-Made Courses

Why wait until summer? We welcome junior groups all year round at our Southampton and Newland Park (London Countryside) centres. A choice of three programmes is offered: Classic Programme, English & Theatre and Cultural Week. Each of these can be tailor-made to suit the needs of your group. Trinity exams can also be arranged on request (additional fee; must be booked prior to arrival – see Lessons page).

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The courses below are for all levels from Elementary (A1) to Advanced (C1)

Classic Programme

Our traditional option, combining English lessons with a fun-filled programme of trips, parties and other social activities. Lessons are enjoyable and fast-paced, concentrating on spoken communication and building students’ confidence. Activities link with classroom work to reinforce language studied.
• 15 hours of lessons per week
• 1 half-day trip & 1 full-day trip per week
• Optional extra trips on Sundays
• Afternoon activities
• 2 evening activities per week (Southampton)
• 7 evening activities per week (Newland Park)

English & Theatre

English lessons and theatre workshops to develop students’ confidence with English both inside and outside the classroom. The theatre project is tailor-made to suit the group’s ages, interests, language level and curricular needs, and at the end of the week there is a chance to showcase their work.
• 15 hours of English lessons per week
• 12 hours of theatre activities per week
• 1 half-day trip & 1 full-day trip per week
• Optional extra trips on Sundays
• 2 evening activities per week (Southampton)
• 7 evening activities per week (Newland Park)

Cultural Week (Southampton Only)

A unique chance for students to develop their language skills by actively learning about our fascinating culture and heritage. This programme blends English language tuition with culture-related project work on a theme of your choice, for example Southampton’s maritime history and the story of the Titanic. The teacher spends all morning and afternoon with the students, taking them to places of interest where students conduct research, and returning to the classroom to consolidate their knowledge, develop language further, and work towards a final presentation.
• 5 full days per week combining classroom work and local visits
• 1 full-day trip per week
• Optional extra trips on Sundays
• 2 evening activities per week
Sample Timetable

Create Your Own Programme

Do you have particular activities and trips in mind? Do you need your programme to tie in with a specific project you are working on in your school?
Contact us with your requirements and we will work with you to create a tailor-made programme to address your specific needs.

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