Our main aim is to improve the level of each student’s English. We divide our teaching into four categories:
English lessons, including drama, in small graded groups and given by native speakers, with special focus on speaking and listening; we also have an extensive children’s library for keen readers and everyone writes a daily diary
project work, encompassing other areas of learning, such as British history, equestrian interests, local geography and more
tuition and coaching in practical outdoor activities, such as science, Forest School, art/craft, music and sport
and, of course, learning through having fun!
In our experience, children learn English best through action, so sport plays a part in every school day. As well as showing their skills in their normal sports, our students learn how to play some of Britain’s favourite games: cricket, rounders, netball and croquet, to name but a few.
At the end of each week, all students take part in a lively presentation of the week’s work and everyone receives a certificate at the end of their stay.