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Holiday English Courses for Adults and Young Learners

Junior Winter School is available from 8th January – 16th February 2018. 
Junior Spring School is available from 3rd April – 27th April 2018.
Junior Summer School is available from 4th June – 31st August 2018.

This is a collection of short courses designed to provide groups with an exciting experience of London in different seasons.

You will have a unique opportunity to combine studies with fun. You will learn how to use REAL British English in real life situations while discovering British culture at special times of the year. Just imagine the beautiful Christmas lights in Oxford street, the wonderful sound of Christmas carols in Convent Garden, Easter egg hunts in Kew Gardens, scary Halloween celebrations or the many summer festivals with live music in London parks!

Available to adults and young learners!

Course Details
Class size Average 12, maximum 16
Start Certain Mondays at special times of the year
Course length 1 week +
Maximum age 16 in adult classes (maximum age for young learner classes: 17)
Minimum age 5
Levels A1 - C2 (Elementary - Proficiency)
Days Monday to Friday

Course Options
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(pw)
Class times
Standard Morning 20 (15 hours) 9:00 - 12:15

*Break times: (Adult AM: 10.30-10.45; PM: 14.30-14.45/Young Learners: 10.00-10.10 + 11.00-11.10)

What is the main focus of this course?

    • To use English language collocations and functional language in real life situations (for example, idioms and phrasal verbs).
    • To improve fluency in speaking by focussing on pronunciation and vocabulary.
    • To provide a rich, cultural experience of London and British life in different seasons.

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