At Summer Boarding Courses, our English Summer School programmes help students to develop and use their English language skills in a real world setting.
With students from over 100 different countries, we limit the number of students that speak the same language so that students are able to communicate with each other in English throughout their stay.
Excursions, project work and presentations throughout our British Summer School courses, help to develop the students’ confidence and use of language in real life situations.
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Joining a British Summer School is part of a student’s educational journey. Whether they’re attending one of our summer schools to learn English for the first time, develop their English language skills to study in the UK, or intending to prepare for further study at university, we have courses suitable to meet their needs.
Education is our passion at SBC Summer School, and we want to give all of our students the help they need to meet their educational goals!
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Our dedicated teaching team are focused on helping students to achieve their academic goals.
With over 50% of our staff returning each year, and a year-round academic management team, we can provide bespoke courses, specially designed for our international students.
We have teachers from a variety of backgrounds including; university lecturers, Oxbridge graduates, and EFL teachers with experience teaching in countries across the globe.
Confidence is an important part of any students’ learning experience. During Summer Boarding School, we aim to build their confidence in spoken and written communication in English through a series of projects and presentations.
By placing the student at the centre of the learning experience, and with regular feedback from teachers, we will help their confidence and fluency to grow.
At the end of the course all students will deliver a short “Time to Shine” presentation to their peers, to celebrate their academic achievements.