The students can study from a choice of lessons relating to:
- British school life
- Aspects of British culture
- History and information related to the trips and activities the students will attend
All lessons will focus on communication, encouraging the students to improve their fluency skills, particularly speaking and listening skills. The students will study elements of British culture through class workshops and project work relating to some of the activities and events outside class time. This not only provides an opportunity to recycle new language, but also creates a focus and task through which to practise it.
Throughout their project work the students will also practise and develop other useful skills, such as conducting research, designing surveys, analysing and presenting data, taking part in role plays and producing different writing genres.
Students will be given lunch in the school canteen during the week days unless they are on an excursion outside of Canterbury when they will be provided with a packed lunch.
Afternoon Activities and Excursions
During the week LanguageUK organises daily activities and excursions for our students. Some of these are connected with the subjects and topics of the morning classes and students might be required to complete tasks related to the trip.
Students will take part in three weekly evening activities such as music events, sports competitions, quiz nights and debates.
Every Saturday students are taken on a full day trip which might include London, Cambridge, Greenwich and historical sites.