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English Language Summer School United Kingdom Ages 7 to
Accommodation • Boarding house is located on the school campus. Professional staff look after students in the mornings and evenings and remain available throughout the night. • Boys and girls are accommodated in separate areas of the boarding house and use separate bathroom facilities. • Children sleep in bright, airy, well-appointed dormitories. • Rooms are generally organised by age and are usually mixed nationality.
Meals • There is a wide range of excellent food available three times each day in the school dining rooms. Juice and fruit are available in morning and afternoon breaks. • On excursion days students eat breakfast and supper at the school and are provided with packed lunch for the outing. • A vegetarian option is available with every meal.
English Programme • 25 hours of teaching per week; • Maximum class size of 12; • Well qualified, native speaker competence English teachers; • High quality course books; • Formal weekly English testing; • Weekly progress reports to parents; • Spacious, well equipped classrooms; • End of course certificate. • English teaching is split into classes according to language ability. At each level equal attention is paid to the four essential language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. • In general, beginners and the youngest students follow the fun and engaging Cambridge Young Learners series of textbooks from DELTA publishing, while students in intermediate and higher classes follow the excellent English Explorers courses from National Geographic publishers, Cengage.
Activities • Professionally taught afternoon activities take place 5 times per week between morning and afternoon lessons. • In the Afternoons: Tennis, Swimming, Football, Art, Dance, Cookery, Bewdley Town Visit, Bridgnorth Town Visit • In the Evenings: Ice Breaker Games, Wise Owl Talent Show, Mini Olympics, School Disco, Quiz Night, Blind Date, Treasure Hunt, Sensory Trail, Film night
Summer School Rules • The list below outlines specific instances of behaviour which are considered unacceptable at summer school. The list is not exhaustive: • Bully or tease anyone in any way. • Display intimidating behaviour or aggression to anyone in any way. • Be rude to anyone or uncooperative in any way in English classes, activities, excursions, meal times, free time or the boarding house. • Cause damage to or steal private or public property. • Interfere with ICT software or hardware, fire alarms or other school security or safety features and/or systems. • Take any action which endangers at any level and in any way their or any other person’s physical or mental wellbeing. • Swear (in any language), lie or take part in potentially dangerous activities on any level. • Use, buy, sell or have possession of any illegal substances.
Short-term study visa You must prove that you: • have been offered a place on a course in the UK at an accepted place of study • have enough money to support yourself without working or help from public funds, or that relatives and friends can support and house you • can pay for your return or onward journey
Documents you must provide • a current passport or other valid travel identification • evidence that you can support yourself during your trip, for example bank statements or payslips for the last 6 months • details of where you intend to stay and your travel plans • contact details for at least one parent or guardian in your home country (if you’re under 18 years old) • You also need to provide a certified translation of any documents that aren’t in English or Welsh.
Documents you must provide You may need to provide additional documents depending on your circumstances, such as evidence of your: • previous study, for example academic certificates, references or transcripts • English language qualifications, for example certificates or awards • accommodation and travel plans • financial sponsor’s occupation, income, savings or funds that will support your studies