The English school in Salisbury can be found a two minute walk from the bustling centre of the medieval city. The school is in a large, elegant, historical building (18th century) in the city. The classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards and all the latest technology to guarantee interactive and dynamic classes.
All of the students will also have access to a multimedia lab with many resources to continue learning after class. The living room is a perfect place to relax and get to know the other students. There is always tea and coffee available.
The city of Salisbury is one of the most visited in England, due to its proximity to the magnificent Stonehenge.
It is a centenary city and has always been a very cultural place. The city is more than 750 years old, but today in its streets there are modern shops, pubs, and above all one of the best Cathedrals in the country.
Ken Follett was inspired by the construction of this Cathedral for his best seller: The Pillars of the Earth.
The standard English course is the most popular course in the school. The programme includes 15 hours per week, every morning from 09:00-12:30.
There is availability for all levels, from beginner to advanced, and the objective is to work on all the basic language skills, helping the students to gain confidence and fluency.
It is possible to combine this course with preparation courses for official exams. All of the students will be evaluated every week to monitor their progress.
Those that want to combine their English classes with their holidays. You will have free afternoons to sightsee.
It is possible to combine this course with preparation classes for official exams. All of the students will be evaluated every week, to monitor their progress.
The structure of the course is the same as the standard course. 15 hours of class in the morning to improve your skills, + 2 extra conversation hours in the afternoons, to gain fluency and confidence when speaking in English.
Those that want to improve their spoken English thanks to extra conversation classes.
The objective of the course is to improve your linguistic skills in a business and professional context. This course is a combination between the general English course of 15 hours per week + 10 hours per week of specific Business English classes.
You wil acquire the necessary skills for meetings, presentations, negotiations, Business trips, reports or dossier, etc.
This is an intensive 25 hour course which combines 15 hours of standard English + 2 hours per day in the afternoons for the official exam preparation. During these classes in the afternoons, you will learn the techniques and strategies to pass the exam successfully.
This course is a combination between a general English course of 15 hours per week + 10 hours per week of specific preparation for the Cambridge official exams.
Salisbury school is an official centre for the Cambridge exams. Simulation tests are organised during the course and you will be able to do the final exam at the end.
The school organises many activities in the afternoons and at the weekend.
Participating in activities isn´t obligatory, however it is a good way to practice your English outside the classroom. They organise trips around the city, visits to the Cathedral or to the museums in the city. They also organise trips to historical buildings in the city, afternoons shopping and full day excursions to other cities such as Bath, Stonehenge, Bristol and London.
A familiar, relaxed and caring atmosphere is perfect for learning English. All of the families in Salisbury have been carefully selected; they offer full board, laundry service and a warm and welcoming environment.
The host family can be a single woman, an older couple or a couple with children; living with a family will give you the opportunity to live the British culture, whilst practicing English with natives after class.
The students will be in double bedrooms. The bathrooms are shared with members of the family, as well as the living room and other common areas. The majority of the families live in nice residential neighbourhoods with a garden. The families that live in the centre usually live in apartments.
You must remember that 2 identical families do not exist, so each situation is unique. However, the team at the school and ourselves are always aware and will do our best to make sure that the students are happy at all times.
We also offer the "plus" option: ideal for professionals or students that are looking for a higher standard. This option offers accommodation in a single room with ensuite.
Availability: All year
Room Type: single or double room
School distance: between 5 and 30 minutes
Salisbury is 134km from London and 32km from Southampton.
To get to Salisbury, the easiest way is to fly to one of the London airports. From London, you can get a train or a bus to Salisbury.
The trains leave from Waterloo station. The trip takes approximately one hour and a half.
The buses to Salisbury leave from Victoria Station in London. You can buy your ticket on the National Express webpage.