Courses for Young Learners in the UK

Learning English in London is not limited to the classroom. It happens 24/7.

Our Summer school is designed for young learners, aged 8-16. English is learnt best when it is used in meaningful activities, that young learners are interested in. 

Our summer program consists of three main parts:

Classroom input by native speakers

Activities with British children (native speakers)

Sightseeing and visiting main landmarks in London


Sightseeing program includes but is not limited to:

  • Bus tour
  • Tower of London
  • British Museum
  • Natural History Museum
  • Transport Museum and ice cream in Covent Garden
  • Trafalgar Square and Impressionists in the National Gallery
  • Seeing the sights of the city from the top of St.Paul's Cathedral 
  • The Royal Mews
  • Visiting british Seaside (Famous Brighton pier and mini golf)
  • Hampton Court Palace (Residence of Henry VIII)
  • Flight on London Eye and Big Ben
  • Walk along the Thames
  • Royal Observatory and Zero Meridian in Greenwich

To apply for a place in our Summer school for Young Learners you can fill in the Contact form on the Home page or email

Dates for Summer School 2018:

Full programme 30/06/2018 - 8/07/2018 at the price of £550 includes tuition fees, all entrance fees and group activities with a group leader.

Up to 4 additional weeks can be booked on request.











Traditional English Breakfast

English Tuition 8:45-12:00

English Tuition 8:45-12:00

English Tuition 8:45-12:00

English Tuition 8:45-12:00

English Tuition 8:45-12:00

Royal Mews

Change of the Guards

Bus Tour of  London

Science Museum and Natural History Museum

Tower of London and a boat trip along the Thames

Transport Museum,

Covent Garden

St. Paul’s Cathedral, Whispering Gallery and the viewing platform

British Museum

Hampton Court Palace

Day trip to seaside, visiting Brighton

Greenwich and the Maritime Museum

Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square, China Town

London Eye

Oxford Street Shopping

Summer Science Exhibition at the Royal Society

Madame Tussauds and shopping for souvenirs

Visiting an outstanding secondary school, meeting its learners and teachers


Late Night at the National Gallery

Brighton Pier, Mini Golf, Architecture of a small English town and Royal Pavilion

Greenwich Park, Royal Observatory and Zero Meridian


 We can help to arrange accomodation for  £390 per week (a studio for 2, e.g. for a parent and a child)