Interactive English Course

General

Program Description

Interactive English is an academic English course for teenagers aged 15-17 years old

Age: 15-17 years old
Level: From lower intermediate (CEF A2) to very advanced (CEF C2)
Class size: Maximum 15 students
Lessons (hours): 21 lessons Monday to Friday (19.25 hours)
Timetable: Interactive English sample timetable
Course content: Our teaching approach follows a Theme of the Week
Start date: 21 June, 28 June, 26 July, 2 August and 9 August 2020
Length: 2 weeks
Tuition Fees: £1,882
Start date: 21 June, 5 July, 12 July, 26 July and 2 August 2020
Length: 3 weeks
Tuition Fees: £2,727
Start date: 28 June and 26 July 2020
Length: 4 weeks
Tuition Fees: £3,564
Fees include: Tuition, accommodation, meals, travel insurance, activities, sports and 1 excursion per week
Accommodation: College residence or homestay
Optional extras: Airport transfers

Our Interactive English course helps you build confidence and fluency through an interactive approach

Gain confidence in English: We focus on the primary skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing to increase your accuracy, fluency and extend your vocabulary

Active Language Projects: Our learning approach links the classroom to the academic city of Oxford. We integrate language skills through interesting weekly themes, which promote language interaction and stimulate learning in the classroom

Dynamic academic programme: Our range of inspirational guest speakers who are leading professional in their fields, provide invaluable insights on a topical theme

Research project: Our project promotes an investigative academic approach and enhances your research skills which are invaluable skills if you are interested in further study

Quality teaching and support: Our teachers are qualified and experienced English language teachers

Supportive environment: Our summer course for teenagers provides a safe and engaging environment to stimulate learning

Memorable experiences: Our academic programme includes sports, social activities like day trips to theme parks and excursions to cities in the UK like London, as well as places of cultural interest

Work collaboratively in small groups: Study in small classes of 15 students

Diversity in the classroom: Adds to the richness of the learning experience as you can increase your cultural awareness and make new friends

Collaborative resources: Oxford’s rich historical resources, as well as its contribution to innovations in science, art, architecture and the global environment, makes the city an inspiring place to study

Last updated Oct 2020

About the School

St Clare’s welcomes students and staff of all nationalities and cultures who will benefit from, and contribute to, our learning community. Living and studying together, we learn from one another. We a ... Read More

St Clare’s welcomes students and staff of all nationalities and cultures who will benefit from, and contribute to, our learning community. Living and studying together, we learn from one another. We are enriched and challenged by a diversity of views and ideas. Read less