Following two years of interruptions to global travel and face to face learning, we are excited to launch our new residential EAL courses for 2022.
We will be welcoming pupils back to our heritage campus in July, for a fortnight of lessons, workshops, activities and excursions. Our goal isn’t just to educate our young attendees, but to inspire them for life long learning and give them a taste of what life is like as a full time Malvernian.
Junior course (ages 9-12): 3rd-17th July 2022
Senior course (ages 13-16): 17th-31st July 2022
Attending pupils will enjoy the luxury of calling Malvern College their home for two full weeks as they learn together with new found friends. The campus is based in rural Worcestershire, at the foot of the Malvern Hills, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Here, our single site campus will allow pupils to take full advantage of all our facilities, from our historic main building, to our state-of-the-art sports complex and science centre, as well as the newly refurbished Rogers Theatre.
There is an enviable programme to be relished, which has been built on the Malvern College values and educational ethos. With academic, co-curricular and super-curricular subjects on offer, there really is something for everyone. Take a look at our Timetable to see each weeks events.
“All courses include over thirty hours of EAL lessons aimed at a range of abilities, teamed with
educational experiences to deepen pupils learning and understanding.”
As well as that, each programme includes four half day and two full day excursions to local attractions including a trip to Warwick Castle, Stratford Upon Avon – home to William Shakespeare, the Malvern Hills – the picturesque backdrop to the College and the famous chocolate box village of Bourton on the Water.
Lessons and activities will largely be delivered by our own in-house staff, so you can be sure to expect superior tuition. We are equally dedicated to providing outstanding pastoral support to all our pupils and understand their needs as they spend time learning the ways of life in another country.
Throughout the day, three meals will be provided, allowing pupils and staff to catch up and enjoy a range of local cuisine options.
At night, pupils will share rooms in single sex dormitories and be supervised by our Housems while they enjoy some downtime before getting a good nights rest in preparation for the next day of activities.
With over 35 years of hosting summer courses at our traditional British Boarding school, we look forward to welcoming a range of international pupils back to our home. We’re passionate about the development of the young people in our care and can’t wait to show them all that we have on offer.