We have an exciting and diverse range of excursions to broaden
students’ cultural, historical and geographical understanding of
the UK. Importantly, every trip is related to the topics that they
study in their classes and gives them to chance to execute their
English in a real-life setting.
On excursion, students can see the settings for themselves. Imagine a Roman soldier patrolling the ancient walks of York or a Georgian gentleman strolling the elegant streets of London. Our trips bring students’ learning to life.
England’s lake district thoroughly deserves its title of UNESCO world heritage site. Students make the short journey north of Kirkham to take in the views and fresh air of the stunning Lakeland fells.
On our London excursion, students will experience the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace and the London Eye. Each of these important landmarks are contextualised in our camp classes, outlining their political and cultural significance.
They will engage in a masterclass at Lancaster University, a UK top 10 institution and Times University of the Year, alongside world-renowned professors.
They can let their hair down with their new international friends and buy souvenirs for loved ones from an impressive array of shops and eateries.
They learn English vocabulary around wildlife and ecology while gaining a valuable understanding of how to protect our planet.