Canterbury Study Centre

 

31st May - 29th August 2020

Non-residential Centre

 

Canterbury Study Centre is located right in the heart of the historic city of Canterbury. Canterbury is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and famous for its magnificent Cathedral, history and culture. The safe, pedestrian city centre has all the main high street brand stores for shopping and lots of small independent shops and cafes to explore. There are excellent transport links to all major UK cities and airports as well as easy access to Europe by Eurostar.

 

 

Canterbury Study Centre Facilities

 

  • 20 classrooms, each with whiteboard, CD, DVD & TV
  • Additional classrooms in Hawks Lane at our Head Office
  • Computer room with internet access
  • Private garden for break time and performances
  • Local sports centre and swimming pool nearby

 

Activity Programme

 

We were awarded points of excellence for our leisure programme by British Council at our last inspection so we know how to organise engaging and fun summer courses.

 

Weekly activities include:

  • 1 full day excursion per week to London, Cambridge or Brighton
  • 1 half day excursion per week
  • Orientation tour of Canterbury on first afternoon
  • Arts and crafts, drama and dance, sports
  • Local visits include the famous Cathedral, Westgate Towers, River Tour
  • Two evening activities per week including transport home

 

Academic Programme

  • 20 hours (26 lessons) of tuition each week in international classes
  • English in Action project work and life skills development
  • Focus on speaking, listening, pronunciation and British culture
  • Dedicated ‘Young Learner’ Centre, plus playtime

 

English in Action

 

Students and teachers work together to choose a weekly project topic for their class and then plan it together. Students are given help with vocabulary and strategies for how to complete their work. During one of the morning classes students go into town to complete the English in Action research component of their project, discreetly supervised by their teacher. Students can carry out a survey, use a questionnaire, interview people on the street, and then add this information to their project. They present their work to the rest of the class on the last day of the week. English in Action is an excellent way of encouraging students to use their language skills in real-life situations and of bringing them into contact with native English speakers.

 

Example of Summer School Programme at Canterbury Study Centre

 

 

Location of Canterbury Study Centre

 

Address: Garden House, 16 Watling Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2UA

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