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Stonehouse, in the county of Gloucestershire is a small, peaceful city, located to the North-East of London, and only 64 kilometres from Stratford-upon-Avon and 80 kilometres from Bath. Stonehouse was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086, when William the Conqueror ordered that they keep a record of the value of the kingdom. Nowadays, this tranquil city of around 8,000 residents is a perfect spot for students to learn English in a safe environment.
8 to 16 years old, divided into two age groups: 8 to 11 year olds and 12 to 16 year olds
From July 9 to July 30 (3 weeks)
The program takes place in Wycliffe College, one of the most impressive boarding schools in the region. Founded in 1882, the school has been adapting itself with time and today it offers modern and renovated facilities including large classrooms, light rooms, dining rooms, indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, indoor sports centre, theatre and outdoor sports fields.
Classes take place in the school itself and students can choose:
The school is divided into two buildings, each of which includes classrooms, bedrooms and dining rooms so that the students will be located in one building or the other depending on their age group alone. Students from 8 to 10 years will stay in rooms of 3 to 7 students (the allocation will be made by the school), and students from 12 to 16 years generally stay in double or triple rooms, although there are some rooms that can house up to a maximum of 5 students. In both cases, bathrooms are shared.
The meal package is full board everyday of the week.
The program includes a full day excursion and a half day excursion per week, which will include visits to famous places like London, Bristol, Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath etc. There is also a full schedule of daytime sport and cultural activities, and an activity program for the afternoons - cinema, Karaoke, discos, games, manual tasks, etc. - 7 days a week.
Students are accompanied by a Spanish supervisor and native supervisors at all times.