UK Summer Schools


A UK Summer School experience will help you to improve your English language skills and give you the confidence to speak more fluently.  It will help you to understand the British way of life and respect other people and different cultures as well as develop your personal and socials skills and give you increased confidence and independence.

Residential Summer Schools provide a safe and secure environment in boarding schools across the UK.  Please see an example of a summer school timetable below..


Course length: 2, 3, 4 or 6 weeks (a minimum of 2 weeks is recommended)
Course fee: £1,300 to £3,500 per week*
Course dates: 8 July to 26 August 2024*
Age range: 8 to 17 years 
Fee includes: 15 hours English tuition*, boarding accommodation, food, laundry, airport transfer*, activities, excursions and evening entertainment programme

*Varies by Summer School


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Types of English:

Beginners/general English: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Academic English (medium/advanced level): creative writing, presentation skills, debating.


English language studies
English language
Boarding computing


An extensive range of activities including: Art, Basketball, Cooking, Dance, Fashion, Football, Golf, Music, Outdoor Adventures, Photography, Riding, Tennis, Drama, Watersports


Sailing at summer school
Wizard of Oz play
Tennis at summer school
Art studies


Local places of history, culture, interest, sightseeing, shopping and entertainment – full day and half day excursions.


Summer school outing

Evening entertainment:

Evening entertainment may include: Barbecue, Talent Show, Silent Disco, House Quiz, Water Sports, Fashion Show, mini Olympics and provide the perfect opportunity to practice English with new friends.


Entertainment at summer school
Rock climbing


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Boarding accommodation is by gender and age group with a mix of nationalities in each room. Younger students may share in a room with 4 to 6 students, older children will share with two in a room or a single bedroom. Bathrooms with showers are shared. The boarding house has a dedicated house parent to oversee the running of the house and welfare of the students. Medical staff on site. Common room with games, TV and books, WiFi, small kitchen for preparation of snacks.


Boarding house fun 1
Boarding house fun 2
Boarding house fun 3


Main meals are taken in the main dining room; fresh, healthy food with hot and cold options are offered. Packed lunches are provided for off-site activities; vegetarian, vegan and special dietary needs are catered for.


Food 1
Food 2
Food 3

Specialist Programmes:


Global Leaders (11 to 14 years) Collaboration, communication, creativity and critical thinking.
Pathways to Higher Education (16 to 20 years) Preparation for higher education through personal, social and academic development.
Football programme (11 to 17 years) Focus on professional coaching, technical performance, skill acquisition and stamina with English language.
Dance programme (11 to 17 years) Developing dance techniques and performance skills.
Coding & Robotics (11 to 17 years) Understanding of coding, electronics and robotics; tutorial to learn the basics of Python, interface with microcontrollers and modular systems to build robots.
Experiences for Girls (13 to 16 years) Experiencing ‘English’ culture, lifestyle, creativity, well-being and nutrition.
Introduction to Engineering (14 to 16 years) For students who have an interest in engineering, design and technology.
Business, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (13-15/15-17 years) Developing new ideas; embracing innovation and challenge and developing a business plan.
Explore Medicine (13 to 15 years) An introduction to the human body and mind.
Film Academy (13 to 18 years) Shoot, edit and screen a short film using first-class video production equipment.



 Sample Campus Map:

Summer school campus map

 Facilities for sport, art, drama, academic lessons and boarding accommodation are on one campus, ensuring a safe and secure environment for students.  Many of the centres have sports facilities including indoor swimming pools, football pitches, tennis courts, cricket pitches, drama studios and art centres on site.  For specialist programmes schools with their own equestrian centre, golf training centre and dance studio are available.


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