CAMBRIDGE - PROGRAM FOR FAMILIESJuly, augustEnglandAge: from 5 to 18 yearsJuly, augustEnglandAge: from 5 to 18 years
The city of Cambridge is one of the most interesting and welcoming to take an English course in England and spend a summer with the family. Just a short drive from London, this city offers families the unique opportunity to discover a historic city and its canals. Apart from its university tradition, Cambridge is also known for offering families the convenience of strolling through its streets discovering charming shops and restaurants, as the study center is very central and conveniently located near the train station. Choose this English course in England for the family, you will have a great time!
The English course for the family in Cambridge, England, is aimed at children from 5 to 15 years old and +18 years old.
ENGLISH COURSE FOR FAMILIES IN ENGLAND
In the classrooms of this English for families course in Cambridge, england, there is a maximum of 15 students with multicultural groups. We take special interest in improving communication techniques, activating the students' already existing knowledge and giving them confidence. During the course, students create a personal folder and a diary where they keep their work.
Students can make progress each week and the more weeks they stay, the more they will improve their English.
Children: The course is 16.7 hours of English per week. Students take a level test the first day to place them in classes depending on their level, age and maturity. At the end of the course they are given a certificate and a Personal Progress Report.
Adults: The study center offers a wide variety of courses depending on the needs of each student.
General English: 16.5 hours of English classes per week in small groups of a maximum of 10 students. Classes will be from 09:00 to 13:30. There is the possibility of doing 23 hours a week.
There are many more courses available, such as the business course, teacher courses, business English, military English, etc.
There is also the possibility for parents to “share” a course, that is, to enroll in an intensive 2-week course, the first week a family member attends the classes in the morning and another family member in the afternoons and the second week backwards.