General English

Part of our English for Young Learners Portfolio

General English for children and teenagers

Engaging, interactive English winter, spring and summer schools for children and teenagers to improve their English vocabulary and grammar.

Our General English language camps help students with their confidence and accuracy when reading, writing, speaking and listening in English.

Lessons involve a combination of project work and activities that provide a natural platform to practise English in different situations. We provide a fun, engaging environment where students enjoy themselves while they learn.

General English Course Facts

Start dates

Winter, Spring & Summer

Available at

Winter by the Thames, King's CollegeWycliffe College, Campus Hub Malta

Course levels

Beginner (A1) – Advanced (C1)

Age range

7 - 17 years old


15 lessons per week

Lesson duration

60 minutes

Price per week (from)



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If you have any questions about booking an English Summer Camp for your child then contact our friendly team.

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What is the General English course like?

Students on a General English language camp have 15 hours each week working on their main English skills. In the afternoons, we arrange lots of activities and supervised trips to iconic British locations.

Our General English courses are perfect for children and teenagers that want to work on their language skills while enjoying trips and activities in the afternoon. Fun, interactive lessons and class projects help students to practise their English in different situations. All of our schools have busy social calendars, filled with cultural visits, sports, games and creative workshops.

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Course Outcomes

On completion of this specially designed course students will:

  • Have developed their language skills through practical activities and discussions
  • Have developed their creativity and problem-solving skills
  • Have a deeper understanding of local culture
  • Have experience working on projects in small groups
  • Have improved their digital competency in the context of project work
  • Be more confident in speaking English
  • Have met and learned from English native-level speakers
  • Have their English level assessed by the BSC level test
  • Be a more independent learner and global citizen
  • Have had a transformational learning experience and developed skills for life
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Student Welfare

Looking after your children is our priority. Just like you, we want them to feel safe, happy and comfortable during their stay.

From the healthy meals we provide at residential camps, to the fun social calendars we plan for students at our city schools: we do everything we can for your child to enjoy themselves.

Our team members all receive formal safeguarding training, and students are supervised around the clock by friendly, experienced residential chaperones.


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