English summer schools are a great way to learn the language – you’re completely immersed in the language when you are living and staying abroad, and you have plenty of opportunities to practice. Even when you are not in lessons, you use English to order food, ask for directions, or interact with your new friends. If you’d like to continue improving your English after the course has ended, you can still practice listening to English, speaking it, and even reading/writing.
Keep in Touch with Friends
It’s easier than ever to stay in touch with friends you’ve made on your English course. In the past, you could only write letters (which is still a great way to practice your reading and writing), but now you can have video calls and chat via WhatsApp or other social platforms. Staying in touch with your friends can help you practice your English and keep improving long after the course is finished.
Watch English Films
Listening to English is a great way to improve your vocabulary and keep the language fresh in your mind. Fortunately, there are so many fantastic English films to watch. You can even benefit from hearing a variety of different accents and dialects in British and American English, so you can learn new phrases and sayings while enjoying the show.
Listen to English Music
Catchy lyrics are so easy to learn you may not even realise that you’re speaking English – a lot of second language English speakers have actually sung English songs without realising what the lyrics mean. Listening to some new English bands and learning the lyrics can help you improve your understanding of the language and some pronunciation too.
Our centres are based in impressive schools, surrounded by beautiful countryside. They are located in London and the South East of England.
Our range of courses embrace a combination of learning with leisure, so that each student has a memorable experience.
If you have questions about any of our courses, please fill out our course enquiry form with your queries.
Our centres are conveniently located so that both educational and personal trips are trouble-free. We also boast outstanding sports facilities.
The aim of the course is to improve English comprehension skills, along with grammar and pronunciation.
Now in its 13th year, Global Young Leaders is a premium debate and communication course for students aged 13 to 17.
This course offers boys and girls aged 8-17 the opportunity to develop their theatrical skills in Drama and Dance.
These courses, run in association with Chelsea FC Foundation, are open to boys aged 8-17.
This course is open to 14-17 year olds with a minimum of level of B2 English.
Advanced GYL is designed to equip students with the skills required for entry
into top universities
These courses provide a combination of tennis coaching, English classes and a programme of social activities.
Our Intensive Academic Programme course is aimed at students wishing to sharpen their academic abilities.
This course is aimed at pupils aged 8-14, including native speakers.
Foundation GYL is an introduction to debating, open to students aged 11-13.