English in Torbay

Junior dream camp | Autumn camps

Torbay

Torbay is in the heart of the “English Riviera” in the South West of England. It’s one of Britain’s most popular seaside resorts with a beautiful coastline, great atmosphere and has the best weather in Britain. It is the perfect place for a holiday with historic sites going back thousands of years, as well as leisure activities and seaside facilities.

Our programs

A fun packed learning experience in a safe environment. Lessons designed to provide the basic skills of English through conventional learning methods, as well as through activities encouraging integration with students from different countries and cultures.

General program

  • Standard course
  • Full-board accommodation
  • Health Insurance
  • Registration Fee
  • Program of fun, sport, wildlife and sightseeing activities and excursions
  • Standard Transfer available
  • Internet wireless access throughout the school
  • LAL course book and materials, Certifiate of attendance and report

All-inclusive programs in a traditional English seaside resort with English courses for juniors 10-17 years old from 27 Sep - 25 Oct, 2015.

Our accomodation

LAL propose the following types of accomodations

Host homes

Host homes in the surrounding area and travel using public transport, if not within easy walking distance, Hosts will wash bed linen and students’ towels and clothing once a week.

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Our activities

LAL propose the following types of activities

Half-Day Fun excursion:

  • Woodlands Adventure Park : Home of the UK’s biggest indoor adventure centre, with five floors of indoor frenzy rides & thrills as well as outdoor adventures. Admission to the Woodlands  included.
  • Splashdown at Quaywest : « Wet and Wild” With thrilling drop slides and exciting tyre rides. Admission to Quaywest is included.
  • Bowling : 1 game is included.
  • Cinema : Apollo Cinema on Paignton seafront to see a recent blockbuster. 1 film included.

Half-Day Sightseeing excursion:

  • Tintagel : the legendary home of King Arthur, and the tiny fishing village of Boscastle, including time to enjoy a coast walk along the rugged Atlantic coast.
  • Land’s End : Land’s End, Sennen Cove, Marazion (for a view of St Michael’s Mount) and the beautiful town of St Ives famous for the Tate Gallery and the many artists who work around the harbour area
  • Cardiff : the magnificent Severn Bridge for a full day trip to Cardiff, the vibrant capital city of Wales.
  • Plymouth : Devon’s beautiful maritime city of Plymouth, the largest city in Devon.
  • Exeter : picturesque city in Devon, with its magnificent cathedral.
  • Dartmouth : Devon’s maritime town of Dartmouth set at the mouth of the River Dart in the heart of the beautiful South Hams.
  • Dartmoor : Dartmoor National Park set in a thousand square miles of natural beauty.
  • Brixham by Boat : historical port world famous for its fishing. Attractions include the Golden Hind – the ship of Sir Francis Drake, and the Napoleonic Forts and stunning views.
  • China Blue & Dartington : a chance to decorate pottery and visit the Hall and its gardens. 1 mug or plate to decorate included.
  • Newquay : On Cornwall’s Atlantic coast it is the surf capital of the UK with 7 miles of sandy beaches.
  • Bath : interesting sights and the stunning architecture of this unique city.
  • Bristol : the largest city in the west of England, with an interesting history and lots of attractions.
  • Coast Drive : a relaxing scenic drive along the beautiful South Devon coastline.

Half-Day Culture excursion:

  • Powderham Castle : With six hundred years of history there is lots to learn about and explore.

Half-Day Sport excursion:

  • Ice Skating : ice skating at Plymouth Pavillions indoor ice rink.

Half-Day Nature excursion:

  • Paignton Zoo : the third largest Zoo in England with three thousand amazing animals housed in natural habitat. Admission to Paignton Zoo included.
  • Living Coasts :Walking with the penguins, experiencing seals and various other forms of sea-life, birds and plants in their specially designed natural habitats. Admission to Living Coasts included.
  • Kents Cavern : rehistoric caves at Kents Cavern, where humans lived over half a million years ago and natural stalactites and stalagmites can be seen. Admission to Kents Cavern included.
  • National Marine Aquarium : The UK’s largest aquarium containing sea life from around the world, including more than 70 sharks. Admission to the pool included.