Our course offers a great mix of fun and exciting activities, cultural and recreational excursions. Our English lessons are tailored to give confidence in speaking and listening and keeping students engaged. We make sure you have lessons according to your ability and won’t be left behind or bored. All courses include 4 hours of lessons a day; 2 full-day excursions a week; afternoon activities; full-board accommodation; bus passes and an Activity Leader to look after you.
Our Summer school starts on June 25th and we have a rolling intake every Sunday until we close on the 12th August 2018. Our school is in Shoreham-By-Sea it’s a pretty town on the South Coast just outside the City of Brighton, Shoreham town offers shops, cafes, restaurants, and lots of recreational space, it is a very safe area. There is an excellent bus service into Brighton and Worthing (every 10 minutes) and train links into London, Portsmouth, Arundel and all the excursions we plan are very easily accessed. We offer very good quality host family accommodation and we always try to place students as near to the school as possible. English lessons are focused mainly on conversation, listening, pronunciation and gaining confidence in speaking, there is a small amount of grammar but in general we make lessons interesting and fun. Please find some more information below:
We offer a good variation of afternoon activities together with one evening activity per week either an evening at the Brighton Pier funfair or a disco evening where students from our school can integrate with students of other language schools.
Host Family Accommodation
All students will stay with a local host family, they can either stay in pairs with a student(s) of a different or same nationality (“Buddy” process), they will have full board accommodation during their stay – breakfast, packed lunch and dinner. We use our host families all year round and they are friendly, helpful and welcoming and offer good quality accommodation. We try to place students as near to the school as possible.
Student Welfare -We check the welfare of all our students each morning and any problems, sickness / lost property and general wellbeing are dealt with as quickly as possible by our onsite welfare officer. The emergency contact is available for students to call 24h in case of any emergency that could occur during their stay. The number can be found on the ELH wristbands that we provide for all our students on their first day at our school. We always advise them to wear the bands during the entire stay (from arrival until departure day).
Day Trips – stays will incorporate a walking sightseeing tour via Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Horse Guards Parade and then a visit to either Covent Garden or the London Museums (Natural History, Science, V&A, National Gallery) a visit to either the London Eye, Climbing up the O2 Arena, followed by Emirates Airline Cable Car, workshops at London Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London Zoo, Hampton Court Palace + Gardens & Maze, visit to Greenwich market and park, Thames River Cruise, shopping in Oxford Street, Camden Market. Portsmouth Docks will include a boat trip around the harbour and the Spinnaker Tower and a visit at Charles Dicken’s House or Sherlock Holmes Museum. Chichester trip would be a visit to the Air Arena (Trampoline Park), visit at Cathedral and free time for shopping. We also visit Arundel so children have a chance to see the historic English town famous for its Georgian buildings, medieval Arundel Castle and some wonderful views over the gardens and Swanbourne Lake with option of boat hire that we include within the trip.