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, music and more
tuition and coaching in practical outdoor activities, such as Forest School, art/craft, archery
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, rugby 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.
Congratulations. We were really impressed with the high level of all the organisation.