Minimum entry requirements
- Minimum age: 12
- English level: A2: Elementary /
- Length of study: From 1 week
- Lessons per week: 20
- Maximum class size: 15
- Typical student age: 12-17
Typical student mix:
67% European, 21% Far Eastern, 9% Asian, 3% Middle Eastern
Dates and fees
- Start dates:
Tuition fees: From 895.00 GBP
Tuition length options
- Our admin fee: 49 GBP
- Other expenses:
After breakfast, classes take place from 9.00-13.00. Lunch is from 13.00-14.00. There are afternoon activities until about 17.30. Dinner is from 18.00-19.00 followed by quiet time to do homework and keep in touch with family and friends. There are activities on campus every evening
There are fifteen lessons a week of General English plus five specific lessons each week related to Fashion and Lifestyle.
English language module
The General English lessons include vocabulary sets, language skills practice and project work.
Classes are energetic and aim to be inspiring fun and enjoyable. Students are encouraged to speak English from day one and much use is made of role play and group inter-action.
Students also prepare for their special excursions in class.
Fashion and Lifestyle module
This module covers the following;
- Vocabulary sets including body, colours, patterns, measurements, clothing and accessories
- History of fashion
- Fashion magazines - selecting the best
- Paris vs Milan vs London
- Fashion in Japan
- Five lessons per week
Workshops and visits
- Visit a major department store and understand their fashion and lifestyle ethos. Will this method work in your country?
- Fashion Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
- A student fashion show and photo shoot, including poster design
- Camden Market Challenge
As well as classes and the workshops and visits related to your chosen option there is also an action packed activity programme. Some of the activities you can look forward to include the following:
Language practice activities: Photography and fashion
Guided walks: Regents Canal, Carnaby Street, Covent Garden Changing of the Guard and Royal London, Harry Potter Walk, Southbank, West End and Oxford Street.
Sports activities: tennis, football, baseball, basket ball and volleyball.
Evening activities include:
- Team challenges
- Wii games
- Board games
- Film nights
- Welcome party
- Student exhibition
- Discos and farewell party.
Excursions take place in the London area where there is a wealth of attractions. Excursions may include a river trip to Greenwich, and bus or train to Hampton Court, Windsor, or Brighton.
All students take part in a bus tour of London sights or a visit to the London Eye.
|Notes: This is a sample programme. It is for guidance purposes only and is subject to change / alteration.|
|08:00 to 09:00||Breakfast|
|Morning sessions: 09:00 to 13:00||
Visit to Kensington
Gardens + shopping
|English lessons||English lessons||English lessons||Day trip to Cambridge||English lessons||English lessons|
|13:00 to 14:00||Lunch|
|Afternoon sessions: 14:00 to 18:00||
The Mall and St Jame's Park
Fashion and Style:
Visit to Camden Market - London chic
|Fashion show||School trip - British Music Experience||Day trip to Cambridge||
School trip. St Pauls Cathedral,
Bank of England and Millenium Bridge
|18:00 to 19:00||Dinner|
|Evening activities: 20:00 to 22:00||Welcome party||Team building||Photo challenge||Cultural cafe||Choice of sports||Creative writing||