Typical study trips


from Oxford

London

The UK’s capital city – a chance to explore all the history, culture and fun of one of the most famous cities in the world.

Bath

This city is most famous for its Roman and Georgian architecture and the working Roman baths in the city centre.

Stratford-upon-avon

The birthplace of Shakespeare. Students can see the house where he was born and also find out what influenced the greatest playwright of the English language.

Courses at


Oxford

Active English

For learners aged 12-17, who want to learn or improve their English and excel in a chosen activity with a professional coach, including tennis, photography, dance, swimming and horse riding.

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English Plus

For ages 12-17, this academic course leads to a qualification and prepares students to study in an English-speaking environment.

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Future Leaders

For our mature young learners, aged 14-17, this course focuses on teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, leadership and entrepreneurship for the world’s future leaders.

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Facilities at


the school

Accommodation

Accommodation type: mix of ensuite and shared bathrooms
Rooms: Singles, twins, triples and quad bedrooms
Cleaning: Communal areas cleaned daily, bedroom bins emptied daily, bedrooms cleaned weekly
Towels/Bedding: Bedding is provided, no towels provided
Laundry: Free and can be done with assistance of centre staff

Facilties

Swimming pool, multi-sport playing fields, sports hall, dance studio, sports pitches, cricket pitch and pavilion 6-hole golf course and 32 tennis courts. Hot and cold meals are served from a buffet in a large hall and light snacks are available throughout the day. We are happy to cater for all dietary requirements.

Last year, we welcomed students from 42 countries 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.