10 de julio al 07 de agosto

Válido para estudiantes de 11 a 17 años


The aim of the Summer School is to provide a rich cultural, educational and social learning experience for all students.

We hope that everyone attending our courses will return home having experienced some outstanding English teaching, travelled to some exciting places in the UK, made friends with people from all around the world and, above all, returned home knowing more about themselves, having explored and developed a lot of fun!

The Programme at a Glance

English Language Classes

Students will attend English lessons every weekday morning. The English language programme is our core component. We cater for all ability levels stretching and challenging them and immersing them in an English-speaking environment for two weeks. The programme is designed to accelerate skills through inspiring tuition, challenging teaching, interactive syllabus, classroom activities and project work. Classes will focus on core English skills - grammar, vocabulary, speaking, reading, writing and listening, in order to develop a command of English language in various subjects.

Each week, students will work on a relevant global issue that will be based around group work with a presentation at the end of the week. We aim to create a nurturing yet challenging atmosphere to help students experience amazing learning and develop the communication skills necessary to academic settings.

Students will participate in on-site activities every weekday afternoon. These activities will fall into two categories: Performing Arts and Sport. On the Registration Form there is an opportunity to let us know which one of the specialisms you would like your child to participate in.

Performing Arts

The Performing Arts specialism will give passionate young performers the opportunity to gain a real insight into performance practice, by attending specialist classes such as drama, movement, improvisation and ensemble. Classes will take place in the afternoons, four times a week and are designed to increase students’ knowledge, skills and techniques


The Sport specialism will give enthusiastic young players the opportunity to take part in various sporting activities. Claremont School provides exceptional facilities with access to well-maintained swimming pools and a professional gym. Students will enjoy sporting activities such as football, swimming, tennis, volleyball, basketball, horse riding and badminton. Coaches from the Claremont Football Academy will deliver specialist football programmes throughout the summer.

Evening Activities

The evening entertainment programme provides an opportunity for recreation and fun and is designed to immerse students in the English language and culture, in a stimulating and innovative way.

Activities are designed to cater for everyone and range from sporting activities to creative pursuits and include: movie nights, arts and crafts, team building activities, talent shows, quiz nights, karaoke, various fun challenges, skill workshops and much more.

We encourage the socialising process through our can start meeting their new friends. At the end of the Summer School, we hold a graduation ceremony, followed by a farewell party, where students have the chance to enjoy the last moments with the people they met during the summer


All our trips are selected with the current students in mind, to make sure they get the most out of every trip

Each of the two-week courses includes a day trip to London. During the trip students will not only see the famous and iconic London sights, but they will also visit places and have experiences, tailored to their chosen specialism.

Those who opt for Performing Arts will visit worldrenowned attractions such as Shakespeare’s Globe/ British Museum/Tate Modern/National Gallery and experience an evening performance of a West End musical.

For those specialising in Sport, part of the day will be spent visiting the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park that was home to the London Olympic Games and will incorporate a tour of a Premier League stadium.

Sundays and Wednesdays are for fun, recreational, off-campus activities. We will make visits to towns, such as Brighton and Eastbourne, with typical activities to include a day at the beach with picnic and games, shopping, cinema, ten pin bowling and visits to cultural attractions.

Evening Activities

Students will be allowed mobile phones, but they will not be allowed to use them during lesson times, or organised afternoon activities.

There are plenty of landline phones both on the School campus and in Pyke House for students to use at any time.

Parents may also contact their child at any time, via the summer school office:

+44 (0)1580 830396

Pyke House and the School campus have excellent Wi-Fi connectivity throughout.

Length of Stay

The majority of students will sign up for one of the two-week courses; however, they are very welcome to stay for more than one course.

Students may also come for one or three weeks.

However, for those students travelling outside of the start and end dates of the two-week courses, there will be additional costs involved. Should you want to discuss this as an option, please email summerschool@claremontschool.co.uk or call +44 (0)1580 830396.


The Summer School will take place from 10 July to 7 August 2022

Each two-week course will cost £2,200 (Euros €2,500 / Dollars $2,900) travel insurance but including airport transfers

Places are limited to 40 participants, so book early to avoid disappointment. If you would like to register your child for Claremont Summer School, then please email summerschool@claremontschool.co.uk

A deposit of £250 (Euros €250 / Dollars $300) will be required at time of booking (full payment required 10 weeks before the start of the course)