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Millfield School English Summer Course Street Campus

Millfield School English Summer Course Street Campus

Country
United Kingdom
State/County/Province
Somerset, Southwest England
City/Twon
Street
School
Millfield Senior School
Certificate: Included
Exam Application: Available
Course Organiser
Millfield School
Programme Category
Summer Courses
Age Range
12-17 Years Old Years Old
Minimum Course Length
Minimum 2 Weeks
Maximum Course Length
Maximum 6 Weeks
Max Class Size
Earliest Start Date
Start: July 5, 2020
English Level Requirement:
A1 - Beginner
A2 - Elementary
B1 - Intermediate
B2 - Upper Intermediate
C1 - Advanced
C2 - Proficient

For more information about the English level, click here.
No Minimum Level Required

Overview

The Millfield School offers high quality English language tuition together with a full sports, social and cultural program in a safe independent school environment. Street Campus is one of the UK’s leading co-educational independent schools situated in the beautiful Somerset countryside. A large and modern campus with top class facilities including an Olympic sized swimming pool, riding arena, golf course, tennis centre, concert hall, theatre and art gallery. The majority of boarding houses are onsite in secure grounds, providing students with everything they need in one place.

Highlights

  • Millfield School is a remarkable place. From its foundation in 1935, with six princes brought from India, Millfield is today one of the leading UK independent schools for boys and girls.
  • The School is accredited by British Council, English UK, Quality English and authorized exam centres of Trinity Exam and Cambridge English Exam Assessment.
  • The programme is operated by Millfield School.

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Outcomes

1. Certificate

2. Programme Report

3. Study Materials

4. Any Special Awards or Prizes

Programme Schedule

2-week
05 July - 19 July
19 July - 02 August
02 August - 16 August
3-week
05 July - 26 July
26 July - 16 August
4-week
05 July - 02 August
19 July - 16 August
6-week
05 July - 16 August
Fee includes:

✓  Tuition

✓  Accommodation

✓  Programme Report and Certificate

✓  All Meal

✓  All study materials

✓  Welcome Pack on arrival

✓  On Campus Activities

✓  Excursions Per Week

✓  Weekly laundry

✓  VISA Invitation Letter (If Necessary)

✓  Insurance (Terms & Conditions Apply)

Fee excludes:

✗ Flight Tickets

✗ Airport Transfer

✗ Optional excursion

✗ Optional activities

✗ Exams application

✗ Pocket Money

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Academies

Millfield’s main aim is to provide students with an engaging learning experience suitable to their ability. In the mornings, there are four options to choose from, each consisting of 15 hours per week; General English, Cambridge Assessment English – Exam Included (3 week course), Cambridge Assessment English – Preparation Only or Global Young Leaders(Street Campus). Those choosing Cambridge Assessment English – Exam Included and attending beyond week 3 can select either General English or Global Young Leaders for the remainder of their stay.

Millfield English Language Holiday Courses are accredited by the British Council and teachers are appropriately trained to teach English as a Foreign Language.

For all morning options, all teaching materials are provided and are included in the cost of the course. On successful completion of the course, all students will receive an academic report, general report and course certificate.

The morning options take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and students can further improve their English by choosing the Extra English afternoon option.

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Tetrathlon (Free)

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Tennis

Millfield Street-Taste of Britain

Taste of Britain

Millfield Street-Swimming (Free)

Swimming (Free)

Millfield Street-Squash (Free)

Squash (Free)

Millfield Street-Rock (Free)

Rock (Free)

Millfield Street-Riding

Riding

Millfield Street – Musical Theatre (Free)

Musical Theatre (Free)

Millfield Street-Mixed Martial Arts

Mixed Martial Arts

Millfield Street-Mind, Body & Soul (Free)

Mind, Body & Soul (Free)

Millfield Street-Hockey (Free)

Hockey (Free)

Millfield Street-Golf

Golf

Millfield Street-Football (Free)

Football (Free)

Millfield Street – Fine Art (Free)

Fine Art (Free)

Millfield Street-Film

Film

Millfield Street-Fencing

Fencing

Millfield Street – Fashion (Free)

Fashion (Free)

Millfield Street-DJ’ing

DJ'ing (Free)

Millfield Street-Dance (Free)

Dance (Free)

Millfield Street-Cooking

Cooking

Millfield Street-Computer Programming

Computer Programming

Millfield Street-Chess (Free)

Chess (Free)

Millfield Street-Basketball (Free)

Basketball (Free)

Millfield Street- Badminton (Free)

Badminton (Free)

Millfield Street-Academy Athletics (Free)

Academy Athletics (Free)

Millfield Street- Academy Archery

Academy Archery

Millfield Street-Extral English (Free)

Extra English (Free)

Exam

Millfield offers a number of intensive exams courses to allow students to obtain a professional qualification to certify their English level in preparation for future academic study or for their future career. All exam courses include dedicated exam preparation and students sit the exam during their Millfield’s course, usually in the last week.

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Trinity GESE

Millfield-LanguageCert International ESOL Qualifications

LanguageCert International ESOL Qualifications

Millfield – Cambridge Assessment English Preparation (No Exam)

Cambridge Assessment English - Preparation Only

Millfield – Cambridge Assessment English C1 Advanced

Cambridge C1 Advanced

Millfield – Cambridge Assessment English B1+ B2

Cambridge B1+ B2

School

Millfield Senior School

Millfield School is a remarkable place. From its foundation in 1935, with six princes brought from India, Millfield is today one of the leading UK independent schools for boys and girls, aged 2-18 years.  They pride themselves on providing an exceptional, all-round education that enables each child to try everything on offer, to find out what they really enjoy and are good at.  The capacity to engage pupils at many different levels is central to life at Millfield and they offer countless opportunities across many different learning contexts both inside and outside the classroom.  Talented and committed staff work with their pupils to achieve these ends.

The school is grounded in the strength of relationships that are the bedrock of all great communities.  Millfield is tremendously diverse in terms of the academic, cultural and sporting backgrounds of its pupils, and they celebrate this diversity. When one stands still one is, in effect, going backwards.  Millfield is committed to build on its legacy to look forward without losing sight of what has come before.

 

Destination

Street

Street is a village and civil parish in the county of Somerset, England. Somerset’s attractions seem endless. Majestic gorges, rolling hills and endless wetlands. This southwest county has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty again and again. Walkers love following hedgerow trails to country pubs in the rolling Blackdown Hills. In the Quantock Hills you can freewheel into ‘coombe’ valleys on your mountain bike. Back in civilisation there are Saxon market towns nestled on riverbanks and Bristol Channel beaches packed with Victorian seaside charm, ideal for a family day out. Find your inner hippy in Glastonbury’s spiritual shops and rock up to Pilton for the music festival.

Course Organiser

Millfield School is a remarkable place. From its foundation in 1935, with six princes brought from India, Millfield is today one of the leading UK independent schools for boys and girls, aged 2-18 years.

The school provides an exceptional, all-round education that enables each child to try everything on offer, to find out what they really enjoy and are good at.  The capacity to engage pupils at many different levels is central to life at Millfield and the school offers countless opportunities across many different learning contexts both inside and outside the classroom.

The school is grounded in the strength of relationships that are the bedrock of all great communities.  Millfield is tremendously diverse in terms of the academic, cultural and sporting backgrounds of its pupils, and the school celebrates this diversity.

Programme Details

Lessons

On arrival students take a placement test (spoken and written) to assess their level of English, based on CEFR levels.  Students are then placed in multinational classes with those of a similar age and English level.

 

General English

 

There are 3 hours of lessons in the mornings – 2 hours with 1 teacher and 1 hour with another, so classes get to experience different teaching styles and accents during their course.

Teachers involve students when planning their lessons in order to meet the interests and language learning needs of their class.  Each week there is a choice of 3 broad topics enabling teachers to plan an interesting and communicative lesson programme following ideas from one or more of the topics.  All lessons include communicative activities and functional language which can be used in real-life situations.

Each student will receive a Course and Vocabulary Organiser, written by Mark Greenow, which is an essential part of the academic programme and used in every lesson.

 

Global Young Leaders (14 – 17 years old)

 

This option has been designed as an alternative to General English and is suitable for students that have a minimum level of English of CEFR B2 and above or are native speakers. Effective communication is fundamental to the programme with a belief that it is not enough to be able to speak excellent English; one also has to have something valuable to say.

The course encourages students to learn about themselves and about their place in the world.  It will challenge some perceptions and make students think about life in the 21st century.  The course aims to look at what being a leader really means and will examine this through weekly topics looking at some of the most important issues the world currently faces, helping students to be a leader of the future.

The course is structured to allow students to participate for one week or up to 6 weeks and to examine and develop their own ideas. They have the chance to discuss, explore and challenge sometimes unfamiliar viewpoints and are encouraged to examine and review ideas when negotiating with people from other backgrounds who may hold conflicting views.

The students are involved in the choice and design of the topics discussed; a different focus is taken each week reflecting issues that students commonly mention as challenges which effect their own lives. These topics have included the environment, equality, poverty, press and media, war and technology.

Guest speakers are invited to offer personal insights into the issues being examined. Students will also take their studies beyond the classroom with visits to places within the local community.

Please note that there is one topic per week and the focus will change daily. Students will need to submit a written task prior to arrival. We reserve the right to move students to General English if we believe their English level is not B2 or above.

 

Achievement Card

 

Each student is also given an Achievement Card at the start of the course. The aim is to try to complete as much of the card as possible by performing well during lessons, impressing the campus managers and being an all-round good student.

 

English Mentors

 

Young mentors guide, support, and help international students to develop friendships and model spoken English. They are residential and take part in all English lessons, activities, excursions, and social events.

 

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Activities

Students can choose their preferred afternoon activities each day from a comprehensive variety of sporting and creative options. Examples of Sports & Recreation activities:

 

  • Art
  • Badminton
  • Climbing
  • Archery
  • Squash
  • Cricket
  • Dance
  • Hockey
  • Drama
  • Fitness
  • Water Polo
  • Table Tennis
  • Frisbee
  • Music
  • Rounders
  • Football
  • Swimming
  • Athletics
  • Basketball
  • Trampolining
  • Volleyball
  • Tag Rugby

 

Please note, the activities on offer will vary at each campus and not all activities will be available each day or week.

 

Multi-Campus Events 

 

All campuses are brought together for large events to participate in a wide variety of exciting activities such as the Rock Festival, Millfield the Musical, International Food Festival, Summer Fete and many more.

Please note that the activities on offer change daily and not all activities will be available every week.

 

Evening Activities 

 

Every night is different with a variety of activities on offer. A full social programme is provided at each campus, making every moment special. This ensures that every student is kept busy and has maximum opportunity to practise English whilst making friends with students from around the world, in a fun and enjoyable environment.

An impressive programme of evening activities provides the fun that delivers the true ‘Millfield Experience.’

At some of the big evening events, all campuses join together giving students the opportunity to meet up with friends and siblings based at other campuses.

Evening activities include the Millfield Extravaganza, Water Olympics, Discos, Talent Shows, House Song Competitions, and so much more. On Mondays each house will hold a House Party with fun games to help students to get to know each other.

Please note that the evening activities on offer change daily and so not all activities will be available every week or at every campus.

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Excursions

Students enjoy one full-day and one half-day excursion every week. A careful balance of active, historical, fun and educational excursions are provided. Students are accompanied by Millfield staff who provide help and guidance and ensure students are using spoken English.

Teachers incorporate excursion experiences into lessons, enabling students to take their education beyond the classroom.

 

Examples of full-day excursions:

Theme Parks : Legoland and Thorpe Park
City Tours : Oxford, Exeter and Bristol
Seaside Trips : Bournemouth and Lyme Regis
Castles and Museums : Cardiff Castle and Science Museum

 

Examples of half-day excursions:

Longleat, Wells, Bath, Wookey Hole Caves, Fleet Air Arm Museum.

Please note that the excursions on offer change weekly and so not all of these will be available every week or at every campus.

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Accommodation

Street campus has modern accommodation with separate houses for boys and girls, the majority of which are located on campus. Staff are accommodated in the same houses, with each house allocated a Houseparent and Assistant who are responsible for the running of the house and the health and welfare of the students living there.

Wi-Fi is available for students on campus within the hours of 06.00 and 22.30 each day and each house has payphones which can receive incoming calls. Please check the individual house pages for more information on each house and to access the contact numbers during the courses.

Rooms: Single en-suite, single, two-bedded and three-bedded rooms.

 

Pocket Money & Valuables

Although everything needed is included in the price of the course, students may wish to bring pocket money to purchase souvenirs or for special events/excursions.

Along with £30 damage deposit, we recommend around £50 per week and a maximum of £100 per week. Students should bring their pocket money in cash sterling. We have cash machine facilities nearby for which students can use a Debit or Preloaded Cash Card. Houseparents will exchange any foreign money.

Pocket money, cards, passports and plane/train tickets will be collected from students on arrival, and be stored in a locked safe monitored by the student’s Houseparent. Houseparents will distribute pocket money to students when requested and will keep note of each withdrawal. Any pocket money remaining at the end of the student’s course will be returned to the student prior to their departure.

Clothes and Laundry

Students should bring, as far as possible, machine washable casual and sports clothes for everyday activities and variable weather conditions, and some smart clothes for special occasions.

England can sometimes be wet and cold. Please ensure students have a jumper, a waterproof coat and suitable footwear. Please also bring a sun hat and sun cream for warmer weather.

Clothes are laundered twice a week by the school. Students have to sort their own clothes when they are returned clean, so please label them clearly with the student’s first name and family name. We recommend that names are carefully stitched into the fabric as it is common for labels to fall off during the washing/drying process. Students must bring their own bath towels.

Bed linen is supplied and changed once a week.

A full list of what students need to bring is provided in the Parent/Guardian Guide and Student Guide which are issued to parents/guardians and students once their application form has been processed.

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Airport Transfer

Transfers from Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport are excluded in the cost. The transfer price for return journeys (arrival and departure travel) is £195.00, charged by Millfield School. The transfer price for single journey (arrival or departure travel)  is £97.50.

Arrival Dates

  • Sunday 5th July
  • Sunday 19th July
  • Sunday 26th July*
  • Sunday 2nd August*

 

Departure Dates

  • Sunday 19th July
  • Sunday 26th July
  • Sunday 2nd August
  • Sunday 16th August*

 

*Not available for Millfield Bruton Campus Programme.

Students arriving at Gatwick will be collected for onward travel via Heathrow.

Ideal times for arrival or departure at UK airports are between 12.00 and 18.00 on the allocated transfer day. Some students may have to await the arrival of other students before leaving the airport.

Students who have requested a Millfield transfer will be met at the airport by a Millfield Representative who will be wearing a red Millfield t-shirt and carrying a Millfield sign. Staff will accompany students back to the airport and supervise the check-in procedure. All journeys outside the offered transfer days and to and from different airports than those offered will need to be arranged by the parent. Alternatively, parents can make their own travel arrangements for students.

Please note: Millfield Enterprises will not accept responsibility for organising airport transfers other than on the specified dates or at the designated airports. Students making their own travel arrangements need to inform us of their plans by completing the Student Travel Details form and returning it to us by the date specified on the form. Students making their own travel arrangements should aim to arrive at Millfield between 10.00 and 17.00.

Written confirmation will be given to confirm receipt of the Student Travel Details form. To ensure that we are aware of last minute changes, please ensure that you receive written confirmation from the Course Administrators at Millfield.

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Meal

All campuses provide a variety of great food choices for students to try with a combination of international dishes and great British classics. Each meal time there is a choice of different healthy food options.  Special dietary requirements are also catered for, including religious persuasions and lifestyle preferences.

Students can eat as much as they like and are encouraged to try different foods to promote a healthy and balanced diet.

Most meals are served in the dining hall on each campus and staff and students eat together. The quality of the food is very high and the schools are experienced in catering for different religious persuasions and lifestyle preferences. At breakfast we offer a choice of cooked food, cereals, toast and fruit. At lunch and supper we offer both hot food and salad. Vegetarian options are available at all meals. Packed lunches are provided on excursions and occasionally supper will be a special barbecue outside.

Refreshments are provided in the afternoon break.

Fruit, snacks and drinks are also provided in the boarding houses for the evenings.

Please specify any special dietary requirements on the Medical Information section of the application form prior to the course.

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Care

Students are supervised 24 hours a day and student health or welfare problems are spotted quickly and dealt with promptly by staff who have at least a Level 1 qualification in Safeguarding. It is important that students communicate any problems to a member of staff as soon as possible in order to ensure the best care.

 

  • Medical Centre at all campuses
  • Millfield provides a basic insurance policy for all students

 

Students who report that they are feeling unwell are initially seen by their Houseparent or Assistant Houseparent who will assess their condition. If deemed necessary by their symptoms, they will then be taken to the Medical Centre where they will be seen by the nurse. The nurse will assess the student and either provide medication or advice, or advise visiting the local doctor’s surgery. The doctor’s surgery is located locally and an appointment can usually be made for the same or next day for urgent cases or within three days for minor cases. The doctor can provide a prescription for any medication that is required. In an emergency the student is taken to the local hospital. We will make every reasonable effort to notify the parent/agent prior to the hospital visit.

In all cases of illness, the Houseparent and other members of staff will check the student regularly and ensure that he/she is comfortable. Students are supervised 24 hours a day and we ensure that as many of our staff as possible are qualified in First Aid.

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Cancellation

The cancellation of the course must be made in writing (email, or post) in legible and unambiguous English. Any cancellation shall only be of effect from the date it is received by us in writing and the following fees shall apply (before the Start Date):

 

30+ days : 35% of the total amount

15-29 Days: 70% of the total amount

0-14 Days: 100% of the total amount

 

It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they obtain the appropriate VISA for their time in the UK covering the course dates, and that they comply with all other UK entry requirements. Under no circumstances will the course organizer make any refund on grounds of lack of visa or similar travel documents required to enter the UK legitimately. In a situation where a course needs to be cancelled due to a visa rejection (and upon supply of the original visa rejection letter at least 14 days before the start date)  all fees will be refunded minus an administration fee of £500.

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  • London Heathrow International Airport (LHR) : 190 km
  • London Gatwick Airport (LGW) : 229 km

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English Level Requirement : CEFR and Language Assessment

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: learning, teaching, assessment, (CEFR), was created by the Council of Europe to be a language standard that describes the ability of English language learners in speaking, reading, writing and listening and measures learners’ learning outcomes at different stages.

This standard is widely recognised and used by educational institutions, enterprises and governments around the world and provides general guidance for the development of language syllabuses, curriculum and textbook design, language testing, etc.

Additionally, many internationally recognised English language tests, such as IELTS and Aptis, are associated with this standard as a reference for test score grading. In describing a language learner’s ability, in terms of speaking, reading, listening and writing, CEFR is broadly categorised into the Levels below: 

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English Level
Category
At this level you can understand:
A1
Beginner
Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.
A2
Elementary
Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.
B1
Intermediate
Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.
B2
Upper Intermediate
Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.
C1
Advanced
Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
C2
Proficient
Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read. Can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. Can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.

English level, category and at this level you can understand:

A1 – Beginner

Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help. 

A2 – Elementary

Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.

B1 – Intermediate

Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

B2 – Upper Intermediate

Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

C1 – Advanced

Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

C2 – Proficient

Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read. Can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. Can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely, differentiating finer shades of meaning even in more complex situations.

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JUNE - Course Schedule
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JULY - Course Schedule
2-week

05 July - 19 July
19 July - 02 August

3-week

05 July - 26 July
26 July - 16 August

4-week

05 July - 02 August
19 July - 16 August

6-week

05 July - 16 August

AUGUST - Course Schedule
2-week

02 August - 16 August

3-week

4-week

6-week

Sample Weekly Schedule

Sample Daily Timatable

09:00 - 12:30
3 x 1 hour English Language Tuition classes
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch
13:30 - 16:00
Choice of Extra English / Exam Classes Sports / Recreation Academies
16: 30 - 18:00
Clubs (a range of creative and sports activities to choose from)
18:00 - 20:00
Supper & Free Time
20:00 - 22:00
Evening Activities
On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays students follow the same structure throughout the day. On Wednesdays students have a full-day excursion and on Saturdays they have English Language Tuition in the mornings and a half-day excursion in the afternoon. Most Sundays are arrival and departure days; students who are not arriving or departing on those days can take part in extra academic clubs or friendly games/activities and occasionally have the option to take part in an extra trip, for example a walk up Glastonbury Tor or a trip to the local shopping centre Clarks Village in Street.
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