English Summer Camps

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Learning English in an outstanding work environment.

Our summer camps are aimed at young people who want to learn or improve in English, while enjoying a cultural, tourist and sport programme. During their stay, students live in modern boarding houses, attend classes and do activities on the campus.

Students attend 20 English classes a week. In order for them to learn easily and quickly, pupils are distributed into classes by age and English skills and are supervised by native teachers specialising in English. At the end of the summer camp, students get a summer camp diploma that comes with an educational assessment.

With these English courses, pupils participate to sport activities and leisure. They will also have the opportunity to discover French heritage and landscapes through cultural excursions and the numerous tourist activities we organise

If you want to know more about the English Summer Camp, feel free to contact us!


Classique programme: Language, Culture and Activities (from eight years)

Overview:

  • 20 language classes a week
  • Small groups of ten to 15 students
  • Native-speaking language teachers
  • An exciting range of sports, culture and social activities
  • Two days of supervised excursions each week

This programme is specially tailored for pupils who want to learn and improve their French or English.

The camp also offers an outstanding diary of cultural, sports and tourist activities for students to enjoy.

Students stay in École des Roches’ welcoming, modern, supervised boarding houses. (link to boarding house page on the microsite)

Language classes

The language part of the Classique programme includes 20 language lessons a week.

Children study in groups according to their language skills.

École des Roches summer camp teachers are native French or English speakers and professional educators.

They specialise in teaching language to international students.

At the end of the programme, each student receives a certificate and an academic assessment report.

Sports and activities

At camp, children unwind with a fantastic selection of sports and social activities.

We have golf, tennis, swimming, badminton, football, dance, fitness, aqua fitness, basketball and handball. Equestrian and flying are available for an extra fee.

We offer workshops in cooking and pastry, and creative arts.

Children participate in board games, summer camp sports day, a beauty pageant, regular barbecues and a popular disco night.

Culture and tourism

Pupils spend two full days each week on exciting, supervised excursions to complement their learning.

They visit prestigious places such as Paris, Versailles, Deauville, Loire Castles, Mont Saint Michel, Le Mans and the WWII landing beaches.


Theme-based programmes: Language and Sport or Language and Culture (from 12 years)

These programmes combine French or English classes with intensive sports or cultural lessons.

Overview

  • For students aged 12 to 18
  • Three to five students per group
  • 15 to 20 language classes a week
  • Native-speaking language teachers
  • 20 to 25 hours of one specific activity each week
  • Two full days of supervised excursions each week

Language course

The language part of École des Roches’ theme-based programmes includes 20 language lessons a week.

At the end of the programme, each student receives a certificate and an academic assessment report.

Sports and activities

In free time, children enjoy École des Roches’ state-of-the-art equipment, beautiful grounds and campus activities.

Sports include golf, tennis, swimming, badminton, football, dance, fitness, aqua fitness, basketball, and handball. Equestrian and flying sessions are available for a fee.

Our theme-based camps have workshops for cooking and pastry, creative arts and role play.

We also offer board games, a sports day, a beauty pageant, barbecues and an exciting disco night.

Culture and tourism

École des Roches theme-based short stays include two full days of supervised excursions each week to complement Learning.

“My parents liked the Anglo-Saxon system. They also liked the campus, the internal and extra-curricular activities.”

Timothée Duffort (Current Student)