Schools English Programme Canterbury

Any Monday during state school term time
British School Experience

LanguageUK offers an English school course for Juniors in Canterbury.  Courses are designed to meet the needs of your students. Courses are available for school groups from September to the end of June.  For groups interested in coming for a course in the summer, please click onto our junior summer school page.

Our school is just a 5 minute walk from the city centre.  We have 9 spacious classrooms with modern facilities. We also have a canteen where students can have their lunch every day. We have a large school hall for workshops, sports and dancing and a private courtyard garden which can be enjoyed during the warmer months.

Canterbury is an important historic city with its famous Canterbury Cathedral. There are museums, cinemas and many other places of historic and cultural interest.  Canterbury also has three universities with a large student community. There are many cafés in Canterbury and a large shopping mall with many high street shops and boutiques. Canterbury is just 1 hour away by train from the centre of London.  The city is safe and has been voted the safest university city in England.

Designed For

  • School groups aged between 12 and 16 of any language level, from Elementary to Advanced.
Course Facts 
Course start datesAny Monday during state school term time
Course duration1 to 2 weeks
English levelElementary plus
Minimum age12 to 16 years
Group size35 maximum


Prices vary according to the number of pupils attending and their requirements. Please contact us and we will be able to assist you with this.

Course Structure

Weekly lessons

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.

LanguageUK will send a sample programme first and is happy to talk about the lesson themes and ideas.

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