From Monday 22nd June to Friday 28th August 2020, TEG English offers a fun and exciting Junior Summer Programme for individual students aged 10 to 15. Students can study from 1-10 weeks. Each week's programme includes English lessons in the mornings and a varied activity programme in the afternoons. The lessons and the activities together provide a fantastic way to improve their English while being immersed in British culture. Parents can choose any combination of study weeks to suit their summer plans.
After you finish a Junior Course at TEG English, you should:
|Duration||Price per week|
|OFFER - Pay Junior Non-residential Course fees before 01 May 2020 and receive a 10% Discount!*Discount code: 10OFFJSPNR|
|Standard Programme||1-10 weeks||£279|
|Enrolment fee||For all new TEG students (one time fee)||£60|
The course covers a wide range of topics including Free Time, Holiday & Travel, Around the World, Environment, Health & the Body, among others. Students will feel that they are able to improve their grammar and vocabulary, as well as their skills such as speaking, reading, listening and writing. Students are encouraged in class to speak as much as possible in order to feel more confident in communicating in English.
The activities are topically linked to the lessons of the same day and aim to put some of the vocabulary learnt into use. The afternoon activities provide a fun environment to keep the students busy indoors or outdoors and offer a great variety of exciting activities such as quizzes, excursions, sports, games and films to mention but a few. It is a great opportunity to make friends while practising their English!
Before booking a course with TEG English, we ask parents or guardians of students aged under 16 to read the Parent Information and Student Handbook for Under 16s carefully. These will give you important information about our courses and what to expect when your child comes to study with us.
Please note: We can only arrange homestay accommodation for groups of under-16s when they have a responsible group leader or individual young learners accompanied by a parent or guardian.
*DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) is the UK government’s register for all adults working with children.