Junior Summer School
"A fantastic mix of English language lessons, excursions, and activities."
Junior Summer Schools are the most exciting part of the UKG summer, and we love them! Our junior summer schools are location in Bournemouth, Dorset on the beautiful South Coast of England. Classrooms and accommodation are located just a 10-minute walk from the award winning Bournemouth beaches.
UKG Junior Summer Schools are a fantastic mix of English language lessons, excursions, and activities. It is the perfect way for students to improve their English and explore the UK. UKG Junior Summer Schools have two, two-week programmes running in July 2023.
Programme 1: Sunday 2nd July – Saturday 15th July 2023
Programme 2: Sunday 16th July – Saturday 29th July 2023
The residential accommodation is in Belaton House student accommodation in central Bournemouth. All students will have a private single ensuite room with study desk and wardrobe.
Accommodation also includes:
- Cinema room
- Common room
- Study room
- Outdoor games area
- TV area
Some facilities require pre-booking.
We recommend all students bring enough clothes for the entire programme. However, students paid laundry facilities are available. Bedding will be changed weekly.
All nationalities welcome. No entry requirements.
|A1-C1 (Beginner/Elementary – Advanced)
|Maximum 15 Students
Cost per Student
(2 Week Programme)
|Language Course Objective
To improve our students’ General English abilities (grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and receptive and productive skills) through varied communicative activities which are connected to the trips and activities the students will do during their stay in the UK.
The students are supported with red leaders being assigned to each class and are responsible for them throughout the course. There is also a group chat which is created for students to ask any questions. The UKG team are also on call during any emergencies.
Students over the age of 12 will be allowed the opportunity to have free time during excursions and in the evenings, however, they must be in groups of 3 or more and meet back at the correct meeting point at the correct time allocated.
For your safety you must let your homestay provider or UKG red leader (if in residential accommodation) know of your whereabouts when you go out during free time, and that you have exchanged phone numbers. If you are in the UK as part of a group your Group Leader may have set the curfew times for you. Normal curfew times are:
• Students between 13-15 – No later than 8pm or before dark
• Students aged 16 – 17 – No later than 10pm