English summer courses in Brighton for juniors and teens
The charming coastal city
Our Alpadia English summer course for juniors and teenagers takes place in impressive Victorian school buildings set in a beautiful national park, which overlooks the ocean. The school's interior features a mix of classic and modern decor, with high ceilings and comfortable social spaces.
One of the UK's quirkiest cities, Brighton is home to an array of street art, independent shops and cafes, and of course, an iconic pier filled with old-school arcades and rides.
Students can enjoy a range of sports, using the school's fantastic grounds, courts and state-of-the-art indoor facilities. Weekly excursions include day trips to London, a tour of the Royal Pavilion, a flight on the British Airways i360 Tower and trips to Sea Life.
- Study English in a friendly and safe boarding-school environment
- Enjoy stunning sea views from almost every room on campus
- Premium+ optional complementary activities – Creative Arts, Football Plus and Watersports Plus
- ENGLISH COURSE (CHOOSE FROM)
Standard 20 – 15 hours of English lessons per week
Intensive 25 – 18.45 hours of English lessons per week
A full activity program every afternoon and evening
One full day and two half day excursions to nearby landmarks, cities, and theme parks
- MATERIALS & SERVICES
Course materials and Alpadia folder
Pocket money service
Safe storage of students' passports
- OPTIONAL EXTRAS (FEES IN £GBP)
Private lessons – Add 5 private lessons onto a Standard 20 course to maximise your learning £220
Shared Transfers – London Heathrow and London Gatwick airports, or St. Pancras International train station from £70–170 each way
Premium Plus Creative Arts £100
Premium Plus Football Plus £190
Premium Plus Watersports Plus £100
Closesd in 2020. 2021 Summer dates coming soon.
Activities available or offered
- Single, twin or triple rooms with shared bathrooms
- Ages 10-17 years
- Full board meals provided
Accreditation & memberships
This Alpadia Language school is accredited by the British Council.