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Scarborough International School of English
Cheswold Hall, 37 Stepney Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 5BN, United Kingdom

Scarborough is a premiere East Coast English seaside resort with a fascinating history, beautiful scenery and an array of activities to offer. Below is a selection of places of interest in and around Scarborough.

• North York Moors National Park, the East Coast and the Wolds – beautiful and tranquil, rich in wildlife, dramatic views, fossils, unusual rock formations and wildflowers, including the coastal Cleveland Way – ideal for walking, cycling and climbing.
• The Deep – the world’s only submarium, with the story of the world’s oceans on a dramatic journey back in time and into the future, including the world’s deepest viewing tunnel, sharkfeeding shows and diver presentations
• Flamingoland – 375 acre theme park and zoo, with rides, shows and a zoo with over 1,000 animals, attractions and activities for everyone
• Beamish, North of England Open Air Museum – find out all about life in Northern England in 1825 and 1913 at this multi-award-winning Living Museum of the Year 2002, including a town, a home farm, a colliery village, a manor house, a steam locomotive, a Victorian fairground and transportation
• Dalby Forest – The Great Yorkshire Forest with over 8000 acres of woodland, wildlife and scenery to explore and enjoy. The Forest includes play areas for children, barbeques and waymarked trails for people of all abilities
• Market days – colourful, weekly street markets in nearby villages such as Malton, Thornton le Dale, Helmsley and Pickering
• Whitby – the historic port on the River Esk, with the ancient abbey which inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
• York – the famous historic city with medieval thoroughfares, the largest medieval gothic cathedral north of the Alps, excellent shopping, boat tours, attractions including the Yorkshire Museum (2000 years of Yorkshire heritage), the National Railway Museum, Yorkshire Air Museum, dungeons and art galleries, Europe’s finest medieval guild hall and the Jorvik Viking Centre, bringing 10th century York to life - the trading hub of the Viking world.

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ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION Availability: School year (1-50 weeks)

General Description: Group class with a maximum of 14 students. (Normally 6-8 in the Autumn and Winter Terms).

Designed for those students wanting to learn or improve their English for pleasure, travel, business, professional or academic purposes.

Teaching hours per week: 24 hours per week in a group class.
4 hours per week Self Learning with a teacher’s guidance and assistance.

Course Timetable/Plan: Mon–Fri 9am-1pm (Group class)
Mon–Thurs 2pm-3pm (Group class)
Mon–Thurs 3pm – 4pm (Self Learning in the Self Access Centre)

Break: There will be a 20 minute break in the morning.

Required Level: All levels welcome

An end of course Certificate of Attendance is provided.

Price: £165 per week
Full Board accommodation can be reserved for £115 per week

VACATION COURSES
(16 hours)
Availability: June, July and August.

General Description: Group class with a maximum of 14 students.

Designed for those students wanting to learn or improve their English while enjoying the attractions that the area has to offer

Teaching hours per week: 16 hours per week in a group class.

Activities & Excursions: Organised afternoon activities 2-4pm three afternoons per week (Friday afternoon free – for shopping and/or personal sightseeing etc)

Two organised evening activities per week

A full day mid-week excursion (packed lunch and transport provided)

Course Timetable/Plan: Mon–Wed + Fri 9am-1pm (Group class)
Mon-Wed 2-4pm (Activity)
Thurs 9-5.30 (approx) (Full day excursion)
Mon + Wed 7-9pm (approx) (Evening Activity)
*The day of the full day excursion is subject to coach availability and could change

Break: There will be a 20 minute break in the morning.

Required Level: All levels welcome

An end of course Certificate of Attendance is provided.

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