Summer course for UK based students wanting to let off some steam after a year of online learning!
An exciting new opportunity to make new friends, build skills, and have fun with a range of activities this summer.
At our brand new Activity Camp course, UK based students are invited to join our international students in Oxford to have fun and share experiences with new friends from all over the world.
This non-residential course runs daily from 8.30am to 5.30pm.
The activity camp course can also be booked as a one day course, for £50 a day. For more information please contact our sales team.
Our camps provide a COVID-secure environment allowing for safe, structured interaction after over a year of lockdown.
We aim to create a community by breaking down social barriers and fostering friendships.
All participants will grow in confidence and have the opportunity to catch up on the development of soft skills missed through lack of social interaction during lockdown.
Our wide choice of activities allow students to stay active whilst developing a range of 21st Century skills, with many activities focusing on Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Creativity.
Group challenges and team work activities will ensure that children leave each day feeling a sense of accomplishment and self-worth.
Students will take part in a range of activities such as football, basketball, tennis, rounders, art attack, yoga, mindfulness, fashion shows, scavenger hunts, group challenges, team-building activities, capture the flag, leaders vs students, escape and evasion, Zumba and many more. All of these are led by our experienced Activity Leader team. Choice of 4 90-minute activities per day.
- Social interaction and development of soft skills
- Team building and team work
- Mindfulness and wellbeing
- Exercise – keeping mind and body active
- Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Creativity
- Make friends from across the UK and around the world
- All activities
- Regular drinks and snacks
- 24/7 support and supervision by our on-site IH team
- Free Wi-Fi access
Non-residential students are asked to bring a drinks bottle and a packed lunch for breaks in the grand dining hall, some light refreshments will be provided throughout the day.
The sample programme below shows a range of the activities available at the camp. Students will be given a list of activities to choose from each day. Students are also required to bring any necessary sports equipment they made need for their chosen activities.
I liked the sessions and the team building because it really brought people of different nationalities together.
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We are the first UK language school to offset carbon emissions, for all flights to all our summer young learner courses.
All our schools have four on-site senior managers. All senior staff have student welfare training every year.
International House London is a charitable education trust and we reinvest profits to improve your child’s learning experience.
Our Young Learner Centres are accredited by The British Council.