• Junior Summer School 12-17 years

    8 July – 19 August 2018
    English lessons | Activities | Excursions
    Real boarding school experience

The Junior Summer School is organised by The Leeds School of English, and takes place in beautiful Yorkshire, on the stunning premises of Fulneck School.

Fulneck School is an inclusive independent day and boarding school for boys and girls. Founded in 1753, this historic establishment is located in Leeds, West Yorkshire, in the heart of England, the school is set within a peaceful settlement dating back to 1739.

The school’s campus comprises a number of teaching and boarding houses, as well as beautiful green areas, including enormous sports grounds. Despite the pastoral setting, however, the school is within easy reach from Leeds.

The Junior Summer School is designed in a way that students are encouraged to speak English not only during the English lessons, but during the activities and excursions programme as well.

Key information about our English lessons:

  • English levels from elementary to advanced
  • Skills work on speaking, listening, reading and writing
  • Focus on everyday English, functional skills and culture
  • 15 lessons every week (each lesson is 50 minutes long)
  • Two coursebook-based, and one culture-based lesson every day

Students can choose from a range of free time activities during the day and the evening as well. There are two activity sessions in the afternoon, and one entertainment session in the evening – all designed to keep everybody active, while encouraging communication in English.

Key information about our activities:

  • Weekday activities every morning or afternoon
  • Fun evening entertainment programme every night
  • A range of sports, games, and arts and crafts activities
  • Sports include football, basketball, badminton and tennis
  • All activities are organised and supervised by school staff

Weekends are spent with excursions. Sundays are all about discovering Leeds, visiting museums, sights and parks, while Saturdays will take students to different parts of Northern England.

Provisional schedule for the Saturday excursions:

  • 14 July: York (with the York Dungeons)
  • 21 July: Skipton and Bolton Abbey
  • 28 July: Manchester (with the Museum of Science and Industry)
  • 4 August: Whitby (with Whitby Abbey and Goathland)
  • 11 August: Liverpool (with The Beatles Story)
  • 18 August: Scarborough (with Scarborough Castle)

Boarding houses at Fulneck School

Our standard on-site accommodation for all students aged 12-17.

  • Real boarding school experience
  • Single and double rooms
  • Three meals per day
  • Free weekly laundry
  • Wi-Fi Internet access
  • On-site welfare staff
  • Evening entertainment

Residential accommodation is the standard accommodation, and it is definitely the best way to get the most out of our programme. Supervision is provided all day.

Boarding package

Our boarding package is inclusive of:

  • English lessons (15 lessons per week)
  • Accommodation (boarding school)
  • Daily activities
  • Weekend excursions
  • Boarding (three meals per day)
  • Airport transfer
  • Insurance
Standard price: £750/week

Weekly price for the all-inclusive boarding package

EU offer: £562/week

Only available for students from Europe.

The Junior Summer School programme is open to any student born after 1 July 2006 and before 30 June 2000, regardless of nationality or level of English.

The minimum booking period is 2 weeks. The maximum booking period is 6 weeks.

Arrival dates: 8 July 2018, 15 July 2018, 22 July 2018, 29 July 2018, 5 August 2018
Departure dates: 22 July 2018, 29 July 2018, 5 August 2018, 12 August 2018, 19 August 2018

Download the booking form below, then complete it, sign it, and return it to info@leedsschool.co.uk.



Booking form

Download the form, complete it, and send it back to info@leedsschool.co.uk


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