Summer School in English (2020) – cancelled.
As we all attempt to adjust to the effects the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having on our everyday lives, we at Newbold have had to make some tough decisions.
Unfortunately, this includes our decision to cancel the upcoming 2020 Summer School in English programme this year.
Given the government-advised travel restrictions currently in place in the UK and around the world, the disruption to the flight and travel industry, and the level of global uncertainty we are all operating under, we do not believe that it is viable to go ahead with the programme this year.
We apologise for the inconvenience this causes, but as always, the health and wellbeing of our students and the wider community is at the heart of every decision we make.
For any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com and we would be happy to help.
About the programme
Our three-and-a-half week, fully residential Summer School in English will help you speak English more confidently as you use it continuously in a variety of everyday situations. You will receive an understanding of British culture and experience integrating with other English-speakers in addition to a range of social activities and trips.
You may choose to stay for the whole Summer course or just for one or two Parts. To make the most of your experience we recommend that you stay for the full course.
Why enrol on to Summer School with us?
- Efficient immersion boosts fluency and confidence. You experience the English language in action – in classes and everywhere around you – and become better at using it
- Level-based groups support efficient learning, whether you are an absolute beginner or an advanced learner
- Focus on communication in our classrooms and other parts of the programme encourages you to constantly practise English and makes you a more confident communicator
- The place, the people, and the social programme will all work together to give you one of the best experiences of your life
Your future matters.
You will return to your home country with a Certificate of Completion and an improved grasp of the English language.
The programme breakdown
When you arrive for the Summer course, your English will be assessed and you will be placed in a class that is appropriate to your level.
Our Summer School in English is an immersion programme that helps you to put theoretical knowledge into practice in a combination of classroom activities and everyday situations. Through our programme of educational trips and social events we will encourage you to not only understand English, but to communicate actively and creatively.
We offer fifteen one-hour classes per week, studying in a small group with other students (usually around twelve to twenty people) and organised according to the English levels, from elementary to advanced.
The classes are communicative, interactive, and engaging, and focus on general English grammar, vocabulary, reading and writing, speaking and listening, and pronunciation.
Classes are held in the morning and early afternoon, with social activities and trips most afternoons and evenings, and on weekends. You will continue to practise your English while participating in sports events, games, concerts, competitions, and worship sessions.
Whether you join us for the General English Course during semester time, or for our Summer School, your learning will be divided into the following modules:
• English Language
• Reading and Writing
• Speaking and Listening
• British Culture
• Creative Communication• Tutorials
• Individual Study Time
The content of modules is adapted to your level of English to best support your learning.
Reading and Writing
You will be challenged to practise your English and develop your general communication skills through different creative group projects, ranging from visual arts and video, to drama and cooking. You will work together with students of different English ability levels and learn through teamwork, intercultural communication, critical and creative thinking.
Individual Study Time
If you want to improve your language skills significantly, just working along in class is not enough. This means that you are expected to set aside some time for independent work outside the classroom – completing your homework assignments, revising what has been covered in class, and taking time to practise.