In the lead up to the games, the Olympic Flame will be passing all around Great Britain with plenty of well wishers expected to turn out to see it.
The Olympics organisers estimate that the Olympic Torch Relay will pass within 10 miles of 95% of the UK population, covering over 8,000 miles on its route.
The Olympics are a symbol of global unity and there are expected to be a lot of visitors from around the world visiting London to see the games.
This makes it a truly great time to be in England and be part of the international atmosphere, so why not take this opportunity to visit?
Those who want to improve their English could also use this time to take an English course or summer school. Why not enjoy the Olympic atmosphere, have a summer holiday and learn new things all at the same time!
Concorde International English Language School run a number of summer schools for young people around the country. These junior courses are for 10-18 year olds and are taught in small groups by expert teachers, in order to facilitate quick learning.
There are junior English courses available across Kent; at Canterbury Study Centre and St Edmunds School in Canterbury and at other fantastic Kentish locations. These include historic Rochester and Broadstairs as well as Folkestone, Ashford and Tonbridge.
Concorde International also provides junior summer courses in other parts of the UK, including Worcester and the world famous city of Cambridge. All of these destinations are great places to visit during the summer.
Plus the great thing is that ALL of these places will see the Olympic flame pass nearby between May and July. What better way to feel part of the Olympic atmosphere than to see the Olympic Torch Relay?
If you do decide to come to the UK to learn English, you can also be assured of an oustanding English course with Concorde International - offering quality learning, fun excursions, plus good food and accommodation.
So choose your favourite location to English in England and get ready to follow the flame with Concorde International this summer!
Photo credit: London 2012