JUNIOR SUMMER PROGRAMMES

In the UK and Ireland, we offer a full 3.5 and in the USA 3.0 hours of lessons each weekday.

All our students receive their own personal copy of our course book, which is theirs to keep and take home. Lessons are held in the morning or afternoon, and maximum class size is 15.

Classroom learning is topic-focused and aimed at encouraging and enhancing communication skills at all levels.
Teaching staff are selected for their experience and qualifications, which meet accreditation standards and requirements.

Our pre-departure on-line placement test allows students to start lessons as soon as possible after arrival.

The syllabus leads to international examinations, typically those of Trinity College (GESE and SEW), CELA and IELTS, and includes specific examination practice for the Trinity GESE speaking tasks.

ANGLO + gives students 2 additional out – of – class learning sessions per week. Sessions are led by a team of 1 teacher and 1 activity leader.

Anglo+ is a Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) programme which ensures students make the most of their stay in the UK to activate their language skills and develop an interest in local life, customs and culture.

ANGLO + promotes Active Learning

  • ANGLO + teaching strategies and learning activities make students active participants in their own learning

ANGLO + principles

  • Students use their newly acquired vocabulary and language to learn about local life, customs and culture
  • Students acquire additional new language by interacting with English speakers outside of the classroom in real life situations
  • Students enjoy being able to interact with local people, and this will give them more confidence in using English

ANGLO + helps students to develop as:

  • Successful learners through tackling new experiences and learning from them
  • Confident individuals through succeeding in their activities
  • Responsible citizens through encountering different ways of seeing the world
  • Effective contributors through interacting together in leadership and team roles

ANGLO+ sample activities:

  • Local visits – students interact with English speakers to learn about local life and culture
  • Public debate and speaking – students discuss current topics with guest speakers
  • University life – students interview university staff and produce a promotional video
  • British heritage workshops – students research and present one of local traditions

ANGLO+ available in the UK and Ireland (Cork )

(SELECTED CENTRES ONLY)

ASL COURSE STRUCTURE

ASL ADVANCED SKILLS FOR LIFE LESSONS:

• 80 mins – English for work:  Language Study
• 80 mins – English for work : Topic of the Day
• 50 mins – Presentation Work

ASL INTERNSHIP:

Session 1 – Conferences and interactive workshops – Guests Speakers
Session 2 – Tour of local company
Session 3 –  Work experience – Volunteer projects
Session 4 – ASL Research and Blog: Interviews & Surveys

4 Sessions of 3.5 hours each led by a team of 1 teacher and 1 activity leader

ASL Course Aims:

Students will learn how to communicate confidently and effectively by using English in a variety of work situations
Students will learn how to successfully apply for jobs and make a work related phone calls
Students will learn the rules and regulations in the modern workplace
Students will practise to take Trinity SEW Examination

TRINITY SEW EXAMINATION ( not included in the standard package):

Trinity’s Spoken English for Work (SEW) exams provide a reliable and valid scheme of assessment that measures progress and development of English language use in a work context.
Exam Levels: B1, B2, B2+ and C1
The certificate states the level of pass as follows:
◗ Distinction
◗ Merit
◗ Pass

Our activity staff are selected and trained to offer a variety of engaging on-campus activities and sports. During these sessions, students are always encouraged to use English outside the class. Full and half-day excursions are organized every week to give students the opportunity to experience local and national places of interest. Before each trip, students learn about destinations in class and then share their experiences in a follow-up lesson. Travel is by private coach or public transportation.

Day-time activities

When students are not in class, the team of Anglo Activity staff organize an imaginative and varied selection of on-campus activities tailored to group needs. Activities include sports coaching and tournaments (football, basketball, tennis, cricket, swimming and more), zumba and dance sessions, drama workshops, beauty and fashion workshops, nail art workshops, scavenger hunts and all sorts of recreational games.

Evening activities

After dinner, students can get ‘dressed up’ for a themed disco, show off their singing skills at karaoke night, challenge their friends to a quiz or display their talent in the Anglo Talent Show.

ANGLO staff

All our Activity staff are trained to motivate and encourage the students to use English at all times. Our staff also go through specific training sessions on how to keep the activities safe and under-18 friendly.

Most of our centres are based on university campuses within easy reach of major airports, close to town centres and with a selection of interesting cultural sites nearby. Students are accommodated in flats which offer single or twin rooms with en-suite or shared bathroom facilities(max. 1:4).  Flats typically house 3-6 students.  Rooms are cleaned, and bed linen changed at least once a week. All centres offer free Wi-Fi connection.

All students receive full board. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are eaten in spacious refectories serving a varied and healthy choice of meals with daily vegetarian and nutritional needs options.  When on excursion, students are given packed meals, meal vouchers or sometimes have dinner in city restaurants.  First and last meals on campus will be determined by flight arrival and departure times.

Anglo considers safeguarding to be of paramount importance.  All our staff receive appropriate training, and first-aid trained campus security teams are on duty 24 hours. On arrival, students receive a full induction on the campus facilities, centre rules and the timetable for their stay. We pride ourselves in providing a safe and secure learning environment. Our average adult to student ratio is 1:15, and all our activities are risk assessed.

Anglo Course Outcomes

By the end of the course:

  • Students will have studied English in a safe, engaging and educational environment.
  • Students will have learnt about a wide range of topics which are interesting and relevant to them.
  • Students will have acquired and practised new vocabulary and developed their English language skills.
  • Students will have practised exam-type tasks in preparation for taking English exams.
  • Students will have developed strategies for becoming independent learners.
  • Students will understand more about English-speaking cultures.
  • Students will have made friends from other countries.