If a students 13th birthday is during the selected course dates, please select a course from the Senior Summer Programme.
All junior classes have a maximum capacity of 10 students.
6 July – 27 July 2020
- Arrive on 6 July
- Depart on 27 July
31 July – 21 August 2020
- Arrive on 31 July
- Depart on 21 August
→ combined with Activities £3,900
→ combined with Science £4,200
Students will benefit from 15 hours per week of classroom based English including reading, writing, speaking and listening. They will also have 6 hours per week of integrated learning through a varied timetable of either Activities or Science:
|α Art||√ Computer Science|
|α Creative Writing||√ Forensic Science (Crime Scene Investigation)|
|α Drama||√ Logic & Puzzles|
|α Fitness Testing & Training||√ Nutrition|
|α Music Performance||√ Planet Earth|
|α Outdoor Activities||√ Problem Solving|
|α Sport||√ Veterinary Science|
|α Swimming Pool Activities|
Junior Science & Maths £4,500
Students will benefit from 21 hours per week of laboratory based Science and Maths lessons and these will consist of theory and practical sessions. Lessons will also include reading, writing, speaking and listening and will involve group project work. They will be given the opportunity to plan and carry out scientific investigations, use secondary-level science equipment and gain skills and knowledge to help them succeed in Science and Maths. Although taught in English, this programme is not an English course therefore students will need a minimum English level of B1*.
*Guide to Common European Framework Reference Levels (CEFR) – English levels