Typical study trips

from Frensham


On a full-day excursion to London students take a boat cruise along the Thames, from Greenwich to South Bank, followed by a royalty and politics walking tour. Discover English students go on a Shrek Adventure and STEM students visit the Science Museum.


Students will visit Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of the British Royal Family. Windsor Castle has been the family home to British kings and queens for over 1,000 years.


Brighton is one of the most famous and popular seaside towns in England. Students will walk on Brighton Pier, ride on the i360 (a glass viewing pod that glides up gently to 450ft for stunning views) and visit the unique independent shops and cafés in The Lanes.


Stonehenge is one of the wonders of the world and the best known prehistoric monument in Europe. Students can explore this English Heritage site and visit the exhibition centre featuring 250 ancient objects and a 5,500 year-old man.

Courses available

at Frensham

Discover English

For our youngest learners to learn English through fun interactive lessons, with new topic themes every week. Learning outside the classroom with new friends from all over the world takes place with activities and exciting trips. Ages 8-11. Suitable for all levels. Available in summer.

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English Plus

For ages 12-17, to prepare students to study in an English-speaking environment and gain an English language qualification (the LangCert). Extra English lesson time helps students develop their skills further, plus fun excursions and activities allow them to practice their English with their peers. Minimum level B1.

Active English

Our activities are taught by professional coaches and lessons by our qualified English teachers. Your child will learn and practise English inside and outside the classroom, including on study trips, while having fun with new friends. Ages 12-17. Suitable for all levels. Summer course.

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Facilities at

the college


• Single, twin, triple or quad rooms
• Shared bathroom (separate bathrooms for boys and girls) and en-suite rooms
• Individual study desk, wardrobe and storage space
• Comfortable student lounges with a TV in each house
• Dedicated welfare staff in each house
• Separate sleeping facilities for boys and girls
• All bed linen changed once a week
• Laundry services available with the help of the house supervisor


• All classrooms are large, modern and equipped with interactive whiteboards, with a maximum of 15 students per class for English lessons.
• Tree house classrooms
• Swimming pool
• Performing arts theatre
• New music department
• Sports hall
• Tennis courts
• Astro sports pitches
• Multi-sports playing fields and sports pitches
• Climbing wall
• High ropes course
• Tree house classrooms
• Dance studio
• Beautiful surrounding grounds

Last year, we welcomed students from over 44 nationalities on our young learner courses.

One price – all trips, accommodation and meals included.

All senior staff have student safeguarding and student welfare training every year.

Our Young Learner Centres are accredited by The British Council.