Ages 11-17 (*)
Southampton is a commercial centre and university city on the south coast, and is internationally famous for sailing, cruise ships and the Titanic. It is one of the greenest cities in England, has a Premier League football team and, with a population of 250,000, is neither too big nor too small. Southampton is also the hometown of the Lewis School.
Ages 11-17 (*)
28 June – 16 August 2020
Homestay from 28 June & Residential from 5 July
Our centre benefits from facilities of a high standard and is conveniently located just 2 minutes from the main shopping area and bus stops. The centre opens at Lewis School of English on 30 June. From 7 July our classes take place at Solent University and from 14 July they will be based at the Spark, Southampton Solent University’s iconic new £33m teaching and learning building.
(*) The age range is 11-17. However, we may occasionally accept a younger or older student from the same school year as someone else in the group.
Centre address: Lewis School Junior Centre, Solent University, East Park Terrace, Southampton SO14 0YN, UK. View the map >
Our junior programmes in Southampton are delivered by the Lewis School of English and are not sponsored or endorsed by Solent University. Residence Address: Deanery Student Residence, Marsh Lane, Southampton SO14 3NJ, UK. View the map >
Develop your academic English!
5 July – 2 August
Higher Intermediate (B2) or above
Please note: the centre will be based at the Lewis School of English from 30 June to 6 July, and at Solent University from 7 July to 18 August. Residential accommodation is available from 7 July.
Staying with a host gives you a more immersive experience of the local language and culture. We also find that many students and hosts stay in touch long after the summer ends! Travel to the junior centre is by public bus and our staff will take you to the bus stop every day after lessons/activities finish. Please note: the recommended minimum age for homestay is 13.
Personally selected families
Share with student of same or different nationality, as requested
Full board (all meals provided)
Hot lunches at junior centre on school days
Hot dinner at junior centre before evening activities
Laundry done weekly by host
Bus pass provided
Journey time 10-35 minutes
3 evening activities per week (see timetable)
No more than four students per house
Towels and bedding provided
Residential accommodation is available from 5 July
Single en-suite rooms
Full board (all meals provided)
Bed linen and towels provided (laundry of bed linen and towels included)
For washing of clothes, there is a coin- or card-operated laundry. Students are required to pay for use of the laundry.
Vending machines for cold drinks and snacks
24/7 university security service
Wi-Fi access in all bedrooms
Accommodation arranged by the Lewis School of English
Available from 5 July
We genrally operate a zigzag timetable for certain busiest weeks. This means that one week, your English lessons will be in the morning and the following week, they will be in the afternoon, or vice-versa. Look for your house colour on the timetable.
A timetable for our Southampton Junior Centre 2020 will soon be published here. Watch this space!
All prices are in GBP per week. Age range: 11-17 for all courses.
See below for details
|Southampton||28 Jun – 16 Aug||650*||650
available from 7 July
**Junior homestay students share a room. This can be with students of the same or different nationality according to your wishes. In Southampton, homestay students are given a bus pass and our activity leaders take them to the bus stop after lessons or activities have finished.
|Fees||Programme Includes*||Evening Supplement
Dinner & evening activity, Mon – Sat
|Southampton||GBP 460||Lessons, daytime activities & lunch, Mon-Sat;
dinner & evening activities 3 times per week
For all courses, there is a one-off enrolment fee of GBP 65.
We can arrange insurance through Endsleigh. For details, visit: Junior Insurance Cover
Insurance Cover Standard – GBP 5.40 per week
Insurance Cover Private – GBP 10.80 per week
See our transfer fees
City centre location, opposite a beautiful park
Choice of homestay or residential accommodation
Near our main school – ideal for parent/child courses
Free General English course for Group Leaders
1 – Solent University main entrance
2 – Spark Building
3 – Spark Building
4 – Lecture theatre, Spark Building
5 – Spark Building
6 – Lecture theatre, Spark Building
7 – Lecture theatre, Spark Building
8 – Classroom, Spark Building
9 – Classroom, Spark Building
10 – Classroom, SJM Building
11 – Dining Hall
12 – Sports Hall
13 – Southampton City Centre – Bargate Monument
14 – Sea City Museum, Southampton
15 – City Centre parks
16 – Tudor House Museum, Southampton
17 – Cruise
18 – Cruise
19 – Cruise
20 – Cruise