This is the right choice for young people who want to learn English and explore London or Dublin.
From morning til lunch, it’s English time! Students will attend 3 hours of our YES General English course and then after a delicious lunch it’s time for discovering the best of our cities, London and Dublin, and get to practise what we learned in class.
Our friendly YES Activity Leaders know how to entertain younger children and will take good care of them when around the city, whether in London or Dublin, as well as making sure they all have fun and get the chance to learn more about these beautiful cities.
The activities are planned so that all ages get the opportunity to discover and explore their chosen city with children of their age and see things which interest them. All groups will have the opportunity to visit the city as well as museums, parks and markets. What’s more? Students have the freedom to choose 2 activities a week.
Lunch is served near to the school offering 3 or 4 options every day, one of which is vegetarian. There is also a choice of desserts: fruits, cakes or ice-cream.
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“I chose The English Studio because it is very affordable and I am very happy with the timetable.”
Sae Morio - Japan
“I like my course because it’s interesting and varied. I never get bored.”
Kasia Kowalczyk - Poland
“ I’ve been teaching at The English Studio for three years and it’s been a great experience. The dedicated staff are great, and I love working in Central London, but the best thing about it for me is meeting and working with the students. ”
- Alexis Joshua
“ I’ve been working at The English Studio for just over two years, and I really enjoy working at such a dynamic and friendly school. I’ve always had a keen interest in learning languages and decided to become a teacher to do something that was rewarding and never monotonous. ”
- Laura Jones