Why North Wales is an amazing location?
It has sandy beaches, beautiful countryside and historical towns. This makes it the perfect home for our Junior Summer Programme. It is a great place for young learners, who are aged between 11 and 17, to experience an English adventure. The great range of activities and excursions we offer help make this a unique experience.
Facts about Wales
Why chose Bangor (North Wales) for this summer programme?
Bangor, is the oldest city in Wales, a great historic place.
Best student accommodation (WhatUni Awards, 2018)
24/7 on-site security
Engaging English Lessons
We have carefully designed our Young Learner Course. In their lessons, our young learners will take part in communicative activities which are presented through interesting topics. These topics are suitable for younger learners and teenagers. By the end of their course, younger learners should have:
The ability to speak with improved accuracy and pronunciation
Improved levels of fluency and confidence
An extended range of vocabulary and grammar
Improved speaking, reading, listening and writing skills and
A better understanding of English-speaking cultures.
Super Social Activities
Our social programme offers lots of different activities, such as:
Enjoyable and informative visits to towns and cities such as Manchester and Liverpool so that our young learners can discover some of the best cities in the UK.
There will also be trips to local places of interest so that our young learners can learn more about the history and culture of Wales.
A good range of sports activities so that our young learners can keep fit and exercise. These include as water sports and football.
Creative and entertaining evening activities so that our young learners can have fun and speak English with their new friends. These include discos, quizzes and crafts.
Celtic Care and Attention : Residential Staff
Our friendly and helpful residential staff are available all day and night to help make sure that our younger learners are cared for.
What is provided on our Junior Summer Programme?