Young People

Our aims

  • Boosting self-confidence
  • Awaking creativity and creative thinking
  • Uplifting social awareness and personal responsibility
  • Improving spoken English and academic language focus

To Young People (16+) we offer a creative summer language school, that helps our students improve their capability to communicate in English fluently and correctly.

Language tuition is integrated to the creative activities to provide an intense practice of spoken English while focusing on selected academic language topics.

The creative activity menu may include visual arts, film-making, photography, clay modelling, painting, contemporary craft and more! 

All lessons and workshops are led by local professional tutors.

A special cultural or social event is included in all our programmes as well as visits to a significant places in the area where the summer school will be based.

Features

  • Venues: coming soon
  • Dates: coming soon
  • Age range: 16+(recommended age limit)
  • Daily Schedule: Monday to Friday 09:30 to 16:00
  • English lesson: 15 hours per week
  • Creative activities: 10 hours per week
  • Individual Tutorials
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Accommodation: Full Board Homestay
  • Course Fee (2-week module): from £1,390.00 (GBP – British Pounds) [special offers for early bookings, returning students and groups]

Notes

  1. What is included: Full programme and full board accommodation
  2. What is NOT included: Journeys from/to your Country; personal insurance; personal expenses
Cooperative Learning

Teenagers

Our aims

  • Feeding self-confidence
  • Inspiring creativity
  • Developing social awareness
  • Improving spoken English and grammar topics

AEL Teenager programme is active, creative, enjoyable! It will boost your self-confidence and personal development while improving your English and Communication skills through a packed activity-menu and interactive English lessons. The activity-menu may include visual arts, film-making, photography, modelling, painting, contemporary craft and more! All lessons and activities are led by local professional tutors

Features

  • Venues: coming soon
  • Dates: coming soon
  • Age range: 13-16 (recommended age limits)
  • Daily Schedule: Monday to Friday 09:30 to 16:00
  • English lesson: 15 hours per week
  • Creative activities: 10 hours per week
  • Social evenings 
  • Individual Tutorials
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Accommodation: Full Board Homestay
  • Course Fee (2-week module): from £1,390.00 (GBP – British Pounds) [special offers for early bookings and friends enrolling together – please contact me for details]

Notes

  1. What is included: Full programme and full board accommodation
  2. What is NOT included: Journeys from/to your Country; personal expenses; personal insurance
Team work

Learn&Play

Our aims

  • Providing a friendly welcoming environment
  • Introducing children to the English language
  • Engaging in creative and educational activities

“Learn&Play” aims to introduce children to the English language through role-plays, singing, story-telling, games, arts and crafts workshops such as drawing, painting, modelling, baking and more.  Children in this course  must be accompanied by a parent (or a responsible adult). We appeal to the children’s organic strategies of learning: playing with joy, imitating with confidence, exploring the environment with all their curiosity. Parents may take part to English lessons with their child, if this is beneficial for the child.

Features

  • Venues: coming soon
  • Dates: coming soon
  • Daily Schedule: Monday to Friday 09:30 to 13:00
  • English lesson: 7.5 hours per week
  • Creative activities: 7.5 hours per week
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Accommodation: with their own parent/guardian or responsible adult

Course Fee: £390 for 1 week  (GBP – British Pounds – course only, accommodation not included)

Notes

  1. What is included: One-week full programme only
  2. What is NOT included: Journeys from/to your Country; personal expenses; personal insurance; accommodation
Playing is learning