English summer courses in London for juniors and teens
The capital of cool
Our Alpadia English summer course for children and teenagers is located on the border of zone 1 and the City of London, in the heart of trendy and vibrant Shoreditch. Bustling with eclectic markets, street food and pop-up cafes, and close to famous landmarks like Tower Bridge and the British Museum, it's an ideal place for kids and teenagers to discover London, have fun and learn English.
One of the most dynamic and forward-thinking cities in the world, London leads the way in music, art, business, fashion and even food.
After English classes, students can enjoy a range of sports, using the fantastic sports center on campus, which was the official training venue for the Olympic and Paralympic basketball teams in 2012. There will of course be plenty of opportunities to go sightseeing in London, as well as day trips to Brighton.
- Study English at a college campus in central London
- Excellent sports center on campus, including basketball and badminton courts
- Premium+ optional complementary activities – Fashion, Football Plus and City 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 £50–85 each way
Premium+ Fashion £100
Premium+ Football Plus £150
Premium+ City £170
28 June – 8 August 2020
Activities available or offered
- Single rooms with en-suite bathrooms
- Ages 13–17 years
- Full board meals provided
Accreditation & memberships
This Alpadia Language school is accredited by the British Council.