This programme enables students aged between 10 - 16 to meet other international students and develop their musical and creative skills while improving their English skills at the same time.
- Music & English:
15 hours of music (mornings) + 15 hours of English classes (afternoons) per week.
- Singing & English:
15 hours of singing (mornings) + 15 hours of English (afternoons) per week.
- Music Academy:
30 hours of music (instrument) or singing per week. No English lessons.
At the start of the programme students will take an evaluation in order to determine their level of English. There are five levels for the English lessons and at the end of the stay, students receive a signed report from their teacher.
All of the sports and activities are also carried out in English so that the students are able to practise their English outside of the classroom.
The music lessons are adapted to help the student develop their personal and social skills. It is advised that they already have some experience playing an instrument or singing. The workshops take place in small groups of 4 to 14 students.
The programme includes rehearsals, workshops and performances, as well as taking part in a concert at the end of the stay. Instruments can be loaned (between £30 - £80 depending on the instrument) but it is recommended to bring your own instrument.
Our partner has set up an activity programme which allows young people of the same age to meet up and have fun. The majority of these activities take place on campus.
Group leaders organise themed evenings such as "Crazy Olympics", "fashion evenings", "Coach Hunt", "Race Night", casino nights, karaoke, cabaret, "Blind Date", and an international disco at the end of the programme.
For students aged 15-16 ans there are some evenings organised off-campus (cinema, ice skating, pizza). You will need to have some pocket money for these outings (around £30 per week).
Every weekend, students staying for at least two weeks have the opportunity to participate in excursions, supervised and organised by the staff.
On Saturdays, students visit a theme park, and on Sundays, they visit nearby cities in the south of England (London, Brighton, Bath, Bournemouth, Cambridge…).
For these excursions students will need a bit of pocket money for entry and other possible expenditures (shopping, souvenirs…).
Our two music centres have rehearsal spaces and a recording studio, and IT suite, but also modern class rooms, sports facilities, games areas and a theatre.
- Clayesmore School
In the Dorset shire, the Clayesmore school stands in the small town of Iwerne Minster, in a green scenery ideal for sport and studies. The region is well known for its Jurassic coasts and Bournemouth and Poole seaside towns.
The Clayesmore School is open to students ages 10 to 16. The school has 18 tennis courts, football, golf and rugby fields and sports centres including a squash court and swimming pool. There is also an 18-hole golf course and a horse riding centre.
- Seaford College
The establishment is located between West of Brighton and East of Eastbourne in East Sussex. The famous Seven Sisters cliffs can be found on the coast, east of the city.
The Seaford programme is available for students ages 10 to 16. The school is equipped with 7 tennis courts, a 9-hole golf course, a hockey field, several football fields, squash courts, sports halls and an outdoor swimming pool. Nearby facilities include a 9 & 18-hole golf course, a tennis centre with indoor courts and horse riding.
Students stay in a student residence/dormitory. Each floor is divided by gender. Rooms come complete with a bed, desk, chair, and a lockable closet. The students can choose between a private room or a shared room with two or more people. Single rooms are available but there are very few and they are usually reserved for older participants. Bathrooms are shared.
- 3 healthy meals are served every day, with a variety of menu options available, including a salad bar. The camp can also cater to special diets.
- Barbecues are arranged once a week.
- The camp shop provides students with the opportunity to stock up on snacks and drinks as well as other essential items.
Prices & Dates 2015
Clayesmore programmes run Sunday to Saturday from 5 July to 8 August 2015.
Seaford programmes run Sunday to Saturday from 5 July to 22 August 2015.
Please note : Limited availability
- Clayesmore : Fully booked from 5 to 11 July and from 12 to 18 July
- Seaford : Fully booked from 5 to 11 July, from 12 to 18 July, from 18 to 25 July and from 9 to 15 August.
- The selected programme
- Accommodation in a single or double room.
- Full-board (3 meals per day)
- Activity and excursion programme
- Around-the-clock supervision
Prices do not include:
- Accompanied travel
- Transfers from train station or airport
Please note! If you book your own transportation then please pay attention to the arrival times which are between 10am and 2pm on Sunday and the departure times which are from 12pm until 5pm on Saturday. There will be an additional charge for all transfers outside of these times.
Arrival on campus
Transfers (single or return) can be organised from London Gatwick and London Heathrow airports and London St Pancras train station.
Arrivals should be on Sunday between 10.00 and 15.00 and departures should be on Saturday between 12.00 and 17.00. Outside of these times, transfers can still be organised but a higher price will be applicable.
- Arrival airports: Southampton (SOU), Bournemouth (BOH), all London airports, Stansted Station
- Transfer available upon request (see price table)
Easy Languages can book your flights for you. Please make sure to note this in your enrolment form.
If you decide to book your own flights, try to make sure to arrive between 10am and 2pm on Sunday and to depart between noon and 5pm on Saturdays.
Do you need a Visa for this programme? For more information please consult our page Visa Information.
Do not hesitate to contact us by telephone or email if you require any further information.