This summer there is an opportunity for younger students aged 12 to 17 years to study English in London at a School with Royal connections.
The Royal School in Hampstead has a new Patron, the Duchess of Cornwall, wife of Prince Charles.
The school will host Concorde International Summer School from 12 July to 9 August and welcome students from Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
The programme includes English classes in the mornings and afternoon visits to the central London sights, accompanied by the English teaching staff.
“Students will be busy from breakfast to bedtime” said Mr Danny Bowles the Summer Course Director, “and there are also weekend excursions visiting Oxford, Cambridge and William Shakespeare’s home-town Stratford-upon-Avon”.
Students are accommodated with full board at The Royal School or they can choose to live with local homestay families in the Hampstead area.
Accredited by the British Council and a member of English UK Concorde International has been organising summer schools in premier destinations for 45 years.