Summer English Courses for Teenagers

ENGLISH AND TENNIS SUMMER CAMP

From the 22nd July to the 16th August 2019 (La Dante will be closed from the 17th August to the 1st September)

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PROGRAMME:

  • English tuition at La Dante in Cambridge in the morning, 2 hours of lesson per day with British CELTA qualified teachers. Our programme based on a communicative approach gives each student a unique opportunity to study English in small classes and to enjoy projects based on British culture.
  • Tennis coaching in the afternoon2 hours of lesson per day with tennis coaches from the Cambridge Tennis Academy at Chesterton Sports Centre. Experiencing a naturally spoken English as well as form friendships among British teenagers is an excellent way to enhance your son and daughter’s listening and speaking skills.

* We welcome Alternanza Scuola Lavoro, PON and e-twinning projects in Cambridge to help students achieve the best level of English.

Why choose La Dante in Cambridge?

Our international students make fast progress with our stimulating, interactive study programmes using a variety of activities and modern technology. At La Dante students:

  • mix with English and international students;
  • enjoy language tandem;
  • build up their confidence in understanding and speaking English;
  • interview English people in town, listen to podcasts, join sports activities;
  • study for General English and exams at all levels;
  • live with friendly English host families.

La Dante in Cambridge is an accreditate Trinity College Examination Centre as well as a Cambridge Preparation Centre.

“The lessons were fun and enjoyable as the teacher was very funny! Lovely students in the class. I learned a lot while at the school and it was fun playing Rounders with other English teenagers.”

Lucrezia Ferrari

“Great achievements in 5 weeks’ tuition and full immersion at La Dante for my daughter. La Dante gave her a wonderful opportunity to meet English teenagers and they are still in touch via Facebook, she came back with a wonderful accent.”

Prof. I. TalottaBologna