Spending some time in an English speaking country is an amazing experience and opportunity for young people.

For teenagers

 Openness 

However, they can be quite

self-conscious about speaking English, especially if the majority

of the students in their group

speaks the same first language as they do.

openness has created its language programs with a difference. With language programs taught one-to-one or in small groups, your child will be encouraged to speak English as much as possible and as a result will grow in confidence. 

 

Description

For teenagers aged 14 to 18 years old

For teenagers

aged 14 to 18

years old

One-to-one  or small groups  (max.4)

One-to-one

or small groups

(max.4)

15 hours a week  (Monday to Friday)

15 hours a week

(Monday to Friday)

Free level test before arrival
Bespoke courses

Free level test before arrival

Bespoke courses

All learning materials provided

All learning materials provided

Morning

  lessons

Morning lessons where all skills (reading, listening, writing and speaking) can be practised 

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Afternoon

  activities

Afternoon activities tailor-made program to fit with the students' likes and interests (sports,cinema, games, cultural excursions etc...)

 

One free

afternoon for shopping

Tour of Cambridge

One excursion a

week on Saturday 

Homestay in

host families 

A growing confidence in using the English language

A better knowledge of grammar and a wider range of vocabulary

The opportunity to use the language in real situations

The opportunity to discover different aspects of the British culture

What your child can

get from the course:

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Feedback from experience

Feedback from experience

We hosted our first immersion programs in 2017 with two French teenagers,

Théo and Mehdi. Since then we’ve had small groups and one-to-ones from Spain and France.

Théo

14 years

Eure-et-Loir

Théo’s trip took place in July 2017 and his highlight, apart from learning all about reported speech , was to visit the Emirates Stadium, home of the Arsenal football team

in London.

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