At St. George we run a summer English immersion camp with native English teachers where children learn English while having fun, playing sports and doing multiple activities.
Summer School, English immersion with native teachers
St. George School organizes every year during the month of July its Summer School, a summer immersion camp in English with native teachers so that children between the ages of 3 and 10 can learn and improve their English without having to leave Spain and sleeping at home.
The children do sports, water games, workshops, art, crafts and multiple activities while meeting children of different nationalities and learning English without realizing it. In addition, the teachers are specialized in each educational stage and emphasize the social, intellectual and physical development of each student.
During the Summer School, they learn through games in a pleasant and pleasant way and the classes in English combine the revision of the language with a ludic approach so that the knowledge is assimilated easily.
This year’s camp takes place in the school’s own facilities, an area of more than one hectare, located in Pº Reina Elisenda de Montcada, 18.
The summer camp is only during the day and consists of two programmes.
Infant, a course prepared for the youngest, from 3 to 6 years. Taught by native teachers, experts in children’s education. While they learn the language in which they will be handled in the future they will enjoy workshops, crafts, sports, water activities and much more.
Junior, the perfect program for children from 6 to 10 years old. A training as if they were in England without leaving Barcelona. The native teachers adapt the course to their age, and learn while cooking, performing musical activities and doing sports.
In addition, St. George offers the possibility of signing up for independent weeks, as well as bus routes from different parts of Barcelona. Learning while having fun is the best way to do it, and if they also do it with their friends, much better.
You can register by filling in this form
Can a child who is not a student at St. George School come in?
Yes, students can come to our Summer School from any other school.
Is it a problem that you don't know English?
No, no problem. Children adapt very quickly. Also, that effort to communicate with others will make them learn English faster.
Are the teachers native speakers?
Yes, our teachers are native English speakers.
Do you have extended hours?
Yes, in the morning you can sign up for the Breakfast Club (8am-9am).
What should you bring daily?
Sunscreen, cap, water bottle, snack. If you need to bring something special, the teacher will communicate it to the parents. In addition, you must bring a bathing suit the day there is a swimming pool.
What sports do they do?
Weekly they perform different sports depending on the program
When can the facilities be visited?
He has to make an appointment at the school number and Admissions will show you. You can call 931 293 024
Do the little ones take a nap?
Infant students, ages 3-4, and 5-year-olds who wish to, take a daily nap.
Do you ever go to the pool?
They go to the pool one day a week in the school bus, included in the price of the camp.
Do you have your own kitchen? Are there any special menus?
Yes, we have our own kitchen and the menus are prepared daily. We offer all kinds of specialized menus for allergy sufferers as well as for other types of food needs (low fat, vegetarian, not pork or veal…).
Is there air conditioning?
Yeah, every class has an air conditioner.
What percentage of Spaniards are there?
We usually have 50% Spanish students and 50% international students.
Thank you for your feedback
“The summer school was a fun experience for my son. He made new friends, learnt new skills and came home every afternoon enthusiastic about the day.”
“This has been Clara ‘s 3rd summer camp at St George and it has been the best one in these years. All the teachers (and even the gardener) were incredibly well organized and an active team, very warm with kids. Clara is already looking forward to the next summer camp. We would like to do…
“Friendly teachers in a truly anglophone environment!”