The Young Learner



13-17 years - Non-Residential Full Day Courses

London Eye
London Eye
National Portrait Gallery
National Portrait Gallery
Tate Britain
Tate Britain
Tate Britain
Tate Britain
Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge

English classes + afternoon Explore London visits and projects; 09:00-17:00 Monday to Friday


Collingham Levels

Elementary to Advanced
(CEFR A2 - C1)


28 June - 6 August 2021 (1 - 6 weeks)

15 hours


Classes are held in an impressive building on six floors, 5 minutes' walk from Gloucester Road and Earl's Court Underground Stations. It is in a safe residential area.

Adults and juniors are taught in separate classes in the same building. Parents can either study with us or enjoy free time.


TEENS: 13 - 17 years | FULL DAY

Levels: elementary to advanced

  • Teens selecting a full day programme (09:00-17:00h) follow the same half-day morning programme as Juniors, plus afternoon activities and excursions
  • There is an emphasis on improving spoken English whilst learning new grammar and vocabulary. Each Monday you begin a new project linked to the weekly museum visit (see Academic Programme)
  • 15 hours' English tuition per week Monday to Friday
  • Maximum English class size: 12 students

  • 3 afternoons per week: explore London with your teacher. Visits include e.g. Tower Bridge, guided tour of Houses of Parliament, Thames river cruise and more
  • 2 afternoons per week: activities on site e.g. art & design, team building, research and create an historic London timeline
  • Bring a packed lunch every day and a Zone 1 Travel/Oyster Card.

Click here to download a Sample Programme


Half-Day option also available, 15 hours of English classes per week

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London Day Locations


Weekly afternoon or evening family social event (at extra cost) e.g. dine in a local restaurant, play games in the park, take a Thames river cruise, West End musical.

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River Cruise
Park games
Park Games



Click here to download a 2020 Sample Programme

N.B. 2021 programme to be confirmed


Task-based classes are lively and fun. There is an emphasis on improving spoken English whilst learning new grammar and vocabulary. Each Monday you begin a new project linked to the weekly museum visit.

  • You will be sent a written placement test to do online before arrival
  • On Monday morning you'll be given an oral grading test and placed in class at your level
  • On Tuesday or Wednesday morning you will visit a musuem with your teacher to research information related to your weekly project
  • You'll work with other students in small, multi-national groups to complete your project
  • On Fridays your parents are invited to the presentations. You'll gain confidence, develop presentation skills and share your learning with your family
  • Your progress is reviewed each week. The following week you will learn new vocabulary with a different themed project
  • A little homework is set each day
  • When you finish the course, you'll receive an end-of-course report, Discovery Summer certificate and class photo.

Projects may include:

Study Visit Project Content
Natural History Museum Extinction Rebellion Present your own live TV show! Interview endangered animals about the changes they are experiencing in their habitats
Science Museum Top secret What does it take to be a great spy? Learn the tricks of the trade and create a guide for your international friends
V&A Historic London Find out about famous Londoners and create a multi-media timeline about their lives and achievements
Kensington Palace Questions for a Queen Interview Queen Victoria about schools and education and then tell her about your school. What questions do you think she'd have about education in 21st century?
Design Museum Powerful packaging From Cornflakes to Coca-cola, explore what makes eye-catching packaging that is also environmentally friendly.

Click here to download a Sample Programme

Day courses: you arrange your own accommodation.

Click here for a list of recommended options close to the school


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Collingham : Juniors (5*-17), Teens (13-17) + Adults (18+)

Start dates Finish dates
Monday 28 June 2021 Friday 2 July 2021
Monday 5 July 2021 Friday 19 July 2021
Monday 12 July 2021 Friday 16 July 2021
Monday 19 July 2021 Friday 23 July 2021
Monday 26 July 2021 Friday 30 July 2021
Monday 2 August 2021 Friday 6 August 2021

Students can study for 1-6 weeks


Juniors + Teens Half Day Teens (13-17) Full Day Adults Half Day
370 GBP per week 750 GBP per week 415 GBP per week

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Included in the fees

  • All tuition and teaching materials
  • Student folder, academic report, DS certificate and course photo
  • Entry fees on all excursions and study visits

NOT included in the fees

  • Accommodation or airport transfers
  • Medical and Travel Insurance
  • Optional family social events
  • Lunch and London travel card
  • Courier fee (e.g. for visa invitation letter), if required, £50.