Folkestone East Kent College

Folkestone is a traditional yet vibrant seaside town overlooking the English Channel towards France with excellent transport links.

The college campus is near the town centre and students can enjoy the historic harbour and beach as well as the modern Bouverie Place shopping centre.

Who this is forFor students aged 10-17
Start dates5 July - 30 August 2020, Sunday arrivals
Location comparisonSummers schools - Key facts and comparison
EnrolmentEnrolment form (pdf)
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  • Safe, enclosed campus with outdoor spaces for breaks
  • WiFi and computer accounts for each student
  • Large common room and tuck shop on site
  • NEW sports and leisure facilities on site
  • 12 classrooms with interactive whiteboard, CD, DVD and TV
  • 10 minute walk from beach and town centre
  • 20 hours (26 lessons) tuition per week in international classes
  • Homestay accommodation

Programme includes:

  • 1 full day excursion + 1 half day excursion each week
  • Range of sports available in the afternoons on site, at the beach and local sports centre
  • 2 evening activities each week
  • Ideal centre for individual students looking for a safe seaside destination
  • 20 hours (26 lessons) each week in international classes
  • English in Action project work and life skills development
  • Focus on speaking, listening, pronuncia on and British culture
  • Good mix of nationalities in the classroom; individuals and groups
  • 120 Homestay beds, excellent feedback each year
  • Located nearby in Folkestone, Hythe and Cheriton
  • Safe seaside destination, popular with overseas visitors
  • Dedicated local Homestay Organiser to meet and greet students

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