Summer: 29.06 – 31.07.2020
9:00 – 12:30
8 – 15
CHF500 (5 Mornings)

Possibility of combining our language programmes with one of our activity camps.

Parlez-vous français ?
Do you speak English?

Our language programmes are designed to help address individual needs. Students may choose to study English or French.

Our programmes are pertinent and efficient because a test before arrival at the Camp helps teachers gauge students’ levels in order to place them in the appropriate classes. A further evaluation period on the first morning ensures students have been placed in the right class or that changes are made if necessary.

There are a maximum of 10 students per class. The small groups help ensure students feel comfortable, get individual attention, progress quickly and gain confidence in all aspects of their work.

Classes take place from 09:00 to 12:30 from Monday to Friday. Our classes cover all aspects of language learning, with a particular focus on oral work as this seems to be a common area of weakness for most students. Our language programme is based on the Common European Framework and European Language Passport. Our teachers are encouraged to innovate and find new ways to motivate students to participate and develop a passion for the language they chose to study.

We use continuous assessment to evaluate our students’ work. Every student receives a language certificate and a portfolio of their work at the end of their stay with us.

Teaching staff
Our staff is encouraged to give well-prepared, intensive, interesting and lively lessons to stimulate students into taking an active part in the learning process. We ask them to show the students how language works outside of the classroom and to use all available mediums such as video, internet, games, role play, music, theatre, etc. to develop enthusiasm and participation in lessons.

Teaching Materials
All study materials are provided, whether textbooks, CD-Roms, DVDs, or worksheets. Students only need to bring writing materials and a good bilingual dictionary.