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Programme 6-8

 

PROGRAMME 6-8

 

GENERAL OVERVIEW

This programme is aimed at our youngest students aged 6 to 8 (inclusive). It combines engaging morning or afternoon English classes with various workshops, which encourages learning through art, reading, singing and exploring new things every day. Classes are conducted in a formal or semi-formal atmosphere (4 hours daily), and are then followed by active water and other sports in late afternoon (4 hours daily). Groups consist of up to 10 students per teacher, with around 7 children per tutor.

Courses run every two weeks from mid-July to mid-August 2017. The minimum course duration for children is 2 weeks.

 

ENGLISH MORNING CLASSES

In the morning students receive two hours of English tuition. On the first Monday  of the course each student will need to complete an English proficiency test as well as a semi-formal interview with a native speaker, after which they will be placed in a group with students with similar language skills.

Our exciting interactive programme caters for all levels of ability and assists students in becoming proficient in the English language while immersing them in an English-speaking environment. Many international friendships find their roots at our Summer School. As well as mixing and mingling with English-speaking friends, this course allows students to improve their language skills in an informal and very engaging classroom environment.

Classes focus on diverse linguistic skills, such as reading, writing, listening and speaking.

 

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS

In the afternoon students attend a 1.5-hour workshop of their choice, which they sign up for at the time of making their application. Students can choose a different workshop for each week of attendance, or attend the same workshop for the duration of their study if they prefer.

 

Academic English extends the morning English classes by further focusing on academic performance. Students work on a range of skills such as critical thinking, academic writing, debating, British history and literature, as well as efficient internet research - all of which are indispensable for developing not only their English language skills but also their understanding of British culture. This workshop is ideal for those interested in languages, history and literature, who would like to study one of these subjects at a higher level.

 

Most children love building with LEGO, but how about taking it to the next level and building motorised models? Using the LEGO Education WeDo Kit, which includes a variety of technic bricks and elements, children will learn hands-on how to build simple motorised machines with a battery pack. From wheels and axles to gears, pulleys and belts, each day students will learn basic mechanical concepts that will aid in their building of LEGO models that move.  Working in pairs, children will build a different motorised model every day. There will be plenty of scope for creativity too, with opportunities for children to combine what they've learned with their imagination to build amazing movable creations. At the end of this course students also have an opportunity to present their work.

 

Programme 6 8 middle 1

 

Arts & Drama workshop places the emphasis on cooperation, concentration, movement and story development in a non-competitive environment. By exploring the art and music of characters from familiar stories and creating those of their own, participants will develop physical, social, and artistic skills through theatre games, creative movement, improvisation, pantomime and story-telling. The workshop also includes painting, decoration and illustration. This week-long workshop wraps up with a performance on the final day.  Students build on their language skills, confidence and creative expression, while having fun with a wide variety of themes that inspire their imaginations and spur them on to new learning.

 

A wide range of innovative teaching techniques and supplementary materials, including high end computer and video equipment, music, literature, diaries and magazine articles as well as out-of-classroom projects keep classes fun and ensure that students stay motivated.

All classes and workshops are taught by highly qualified professional teachers of EFL and the IB.  You can find some of their profiles here.

 

WEEKDAY TIMETABLE

08:15-09:15 SEA GAMES/ STRETCHING/ SUPERVISED SWIMMING
09:15-10:00 BREAKFAST
10:00-11:30 ENGLISH CLASS
11:30-11:45 TEA BREAK
11:45-12:45 ENGLISH CLASS
12:45-13:30 LUNCH
13:30-14:45 ENGLISH / LEGO / ARTS & DRAMA
15:15-18:00 WATERSPORTS / SEA GAMES
18:00-19:15 DINNER
19:15-21:00 EVENING EVENT
 
 
 
SPORTS
 

After the classroom lessons and workshops, the children run joyfully to the clear green-blue sea to engage in physical activities and enjoy the magnificent natural beauty of the Croatian beaches. Not only will they be able to learn to swim well but also experience being towed on a banana boat and an inflatable doughnut, snorkel with a mask on or build sand fortresses. Swimming contests, beach volleyball and football, running and climbing inflatable floating castles are all part of our WaterSports programme for the very young ones.

 

Programme 6 8 middle 2

 

In addition to WaterSports, our evening recreational programme will add further excitement to their afternoon activities and includes an "Olympic Games" session with competitive games such as volleyball, tennis, table-tennis, football and mini-golf.

These are our flagship programmes which you will not be able to find anywhere else in Croatia. We take a personal approach to every student, following their development carefully so that he or she can not only try out the various sports but also achieve progress.

The local Kids Club is also well equipped to suit our youngest students, comprising a large air-conditioned playroom with plasma screens for family movies, two smaller play areas, toilets and changing rooms. The Club benefits from an outside area with two swimming pools, a junior pool (30 cm deep, for non-swimmers), and a senior children's pool (70 cm deep, for swimmers).

For more information on the sports offered, as well as povisional timetables, please refer to our dedicated Sports page.

 

Programme 6 8 middle 3

 

EVENING EVENTS

In the evening students enjoy a rich and varied entertainment programme, parts of which are pre-arranged and other parts can be chosen during their stay at our summer school. Each week we offer two trips out to bowling, karting, paintball, laser quest, cycling tour, or evening shows, as well as other entertaining and informative outings. Please note that all evening trips are sold separately (usually €20-30 per trip). 

For those who wish to stay in during the evenings, there are theme nights, debating competitions, theatre nights, movie nights, live music, poetry recitals, board and social games and quiz nights. The evening programme is designed to entertain and strengthen the social bonds between the participants, and is often the most relaxing element of the day.

 

EVENING EVENTS TIMETABLE

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Week 1 Welcome BBQ
+ Boat trip
Guided walkaround
Primosten
Evening
In/ Out
Olympic
Games (Sports)
Evening
In/ Out
Theatre Night Theme Night
Week 2 Evening In Olympic
Games (Sports)
Evening
In/ Out
Theme Night Evening
In/ Out
Olympic
Games (Sports)
Final Presentation

 

Evening In: movie nights, musical performances, live music, poetry, debates, board and social games, quizzes, quests

Evening Out: cycling tour, bowling, karting, paintball, laser quest, evening shows

Olympic Games: various sports competitions

 

WEEKENDS

At weekends students usually go out on pre-arranged excursions or other trips, however for those who opt out, we offer some on-site activities to keep people busy and motivated. These include mini sports competitions, quests, master-classes, workshops, reading, painting and so on during the free time slots as well as supervised swimming and sea games. Please refer to the Excursions page on our website for more information on the trips planned for this year.

 

WEEKEND TIMETABLE (excluding excursions)

08:30-09:00 BREAKFAST
09:00-11:30 SEA GAMES/ STRETCHING/ SUPERVISED SWIMMING
11:30-13:00 SUPERVISED FREE TIME (INDOORS)
13:00-14:00 LUNCH
14:00-15:00 SUPERVISED FREE TIME (INDOORS)
15:00-17:30 SEA GAMES / SUPERVISED SWIMMING / SUPERVISED FREE TIME (OUTDOORS)
17:30-19:00 DINNER
19:00-21:00 EVENING EVENT

 

END OF THE PROGRAMME

Students are provided with an assessment of their progress at the end of every fortnight, and a graduation certificate on completion of each chosen programme (English, Workshops and Sports). They will summarise the topics covered in and outside class, and offer positive and constructive feedback to help them build on their successes.

The end of the two-week programme is always marked with a presentation night held on the final Saturday of the programme. This is a chance for all participants to show off their new or improved skills and share their workshop results with other summer school members and even a public audience. It is a great night and parents are of course all very welcome to attend too.

 

COSTS

Programme fees: €2450 for 2 weeks

 

The above fees include:

  • Supervision throughout the course
  • Accommodation (3* Twin comfort rooms)
  • Full board (3 main meals, 1 tea break per day)
  • 3.5 hours of daily tuition including all study materials (5 days a week)
  • 4 hours or more per day of morning and/or afternoon sport activities, including all equipment and participation in 30 min morning stretching
  • Social events in the evenings and weekends
  • Welcome party, final presentation event
  • Certificate of attendance, progress report, t-shirt, baseball cap, pen, flash-drive with photos/ videos from your course
  • Transfers from/to Split Kastela Airport

 

NOT included in price:

  • Weekend Excursions
  • Weekday evening trips out (outings)

 

TO APPLY

To apply online click on "Apply Now" button at the top of the page, or 

To apply by post or email please submit a paper Application Form which can be found here.

 

Programme 9-12

Programme 9 12 top

 

PROGRAMME 9-12

 

GENERAL OVERVIEW

This programme is aimed at our students aged 9 to 12 (inclusive). It combines engaging morning or afternoon English classes with various workshops, which encourages learning through art, reading, singing and exploring new things every day. Classes are conducted in a formal or semi-formal atmosphere (4 hours daily), and are then followed by active water and other sports in late afternoon (4 hours daily). Groups consist of up to 10 students per teacher, with around 7 children per tutor.

Courses run every two weeks from mid-July to mid-August 2017. The minimum course duration for children is 2 weeks.

 

ENGLISH MORNING CLASSES

In the morning students receive two hours of English tuition. On the first Monday  of the course each student will need to complete an English proficiency test as well as a semi-formal interview with a native speaker, after which they will be placed in a group with students with similar language skills. 

Our exciting interactive programme caters for all levels of ability and assists students in becoming proficient in the English language while immersing them in an English-speaking environment. Many international friendships find their roots at our Summer School. As well as mixing and mingling with English-speaking friends, this course allows students to improve their language skills in an informal and very engaging classroom environment.

Classes focus on diverse linguistic skills, such as reading, writing, listening and speaking.

 

Programme 9 12 middle 1

 

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS

In the afternoon students attend a 1.5-hour workshop of their choice, which they sign up for at the time of making their application. Students can choose a different workshop for each week of attendance, or attend the same workshop for the duration of their study if they prefer.

 

Academic English extends the morning English classes by further focusing on academic performance. Students work on a range of skills such as critical thinking, academic writing, debating, British history and literature, as well as efficient internet research - all of which are indispensable for developing not only their English language skills but also their understanding of British culture. This workshop is ideal for those interested in languages, history and literature, who would like to study one of these subjects at a higher level.

 

Most children love building with LEGO, but how about taking it to the next level and building motorised models? Using the LEGO Education WeDo Kit, which includes a variety of technic bricks and elements, children will learn hands-on how to build simple motorised machines with a battery pack. From wheels and axles to gears, pulleys and belts, each day students will learn basic mechanical concepts that will aid in their building of LEGO models that move.  Working in pairs, children will build a different motorised model every day. There will be plenty of scope for creativity too, with opportunities for children to combine what they've learned with their imagination to build amazing movable creations. At the end of this course students also have an opportunity to present their work.  This fun course therefore  provides them not only with an aid to understanding more complex concepts of physics and mathematics at school but also teamworking, public speaking and presentation experience.

 

Arts & Drama workshop places the emphasis on cooperation, concentration, movement and story development in a non-competitive environment. By exploring the art and music of characters from familiar stories and creating those of their own, participants will develop physical, social, and artistic skills through theatre games, creative movement, improvisation and pantomime. The workshop also includes painting, decoration and illustration. This week-long workshop wraps up with a performance on the final day.  Students build on their language skills, confidence and creative expression, while having fun with a wide variety of themes that inspire their imaginations and spur them on to new learning.

 

Programme 9 12 middle 2

 

A wide range of innovative teaching techniques and supplementary materials, including high end computer and video equipment, music, literature, diaries and magazine articles as well as out-of-classroom projects keep classes fun and ensure that students stay motivated.

All classes and workshops are taught by highly qualified professional teachers of EFL and the IB. You can find some of their profiles here.

 

WEEKDAY TIMETABLE

08:15-09:15 SEA GAMES/ STRETCHING/ SUPERVISED SWIMMING
09:15-10:00 BREAKFAST
10:00-11:30 ENGLISH CLASS
11:30-11:45 TEA BREAK
11:45-12:45 ENGLISH CLASS
12:45-13:30 LUNCH
13:30-14:45 ENGLISH / LEGO / ARTS & DRAMA
15:15-18:00 WATERSPORTS / SEA GAMES
18:00-19:15 DINNER
19:15-21:00 EVENING EVENT

 

 

SPORTS

After the classroom lessons and workshops, students run joyfully to the clear green-blue sea to engage in physical activities and enjoy the magnificent natural beauty of the Croatian beaches. Our sports programme for 9-12-year-olds includes waterskiing and wake boarding (30 mins daily), towables (such as inflatable banana, doughnut, armchair etc.), windsurfing and kitesurfing, as well as water polo, beach volleyball, swimming (beginner/ intermediate/ advanced), snorkelling, water relay, various water games and so on.

Every Friday there is a trip organised to the shallow waters and sand dunes of Nin - the ideal location to learn kite and windsurfing as well as build sand castles and enjoy mountain views of the highest massif of Croatia (Velebit).

Swimming contests, beach volleyball, running, climbing inflatable floating castles are all part of our WaterSports programme.

In addition to WaterSports, our evening recreational programme will add further excitement to their afternoon activities and includes an "Olympic Games" session with competitive games such as volleyball, tennis, table-tennis, football and mini-golf. 

These are our flagship programmes which you will not be able to find anywhere else in Croatia. We take a personal approach to every student, following their development carefully so that he or she can not only try out the various sports but also achieve progress. For more information on the sports offered, as well as povisional timetables, please refer to our dedicated Sports page.

 

Programme 9 12 middle 3new

 

EVENING EVENTS

In the evening students enjoy a rich and varied entertainment programme, parts of which are pre-arranged and other parts can be chosen during their stay at our summer school. Each week we offer two trips out to bowling, karting, paintball, laser quest, cycling tour, or evening shows, as well as other entertaining and informative outings. Please note that all evening trips are sold separately (usually €20-30 per trip). 

For those who wish to stay in during the evenings, there are theme nights, debating competitions, theatre nights, movie nights, live music, poetry recitals, board and social games and quiz nights. The evening programme is designed to entertain and strengthen the social bonds between the participants, and is often the most relaxing element of the day.

 

EVENING EVENTS TIMETABLE

  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Week 1 Welcome BBQ
+ Boat trip
Guided walkaround 
Primosten
Evening
In/ Out
Olympic
Games (Sports)
Evening
In/ Out
Theatre Night Theme Night
Week 2 Evening In Olympic
Games (Sports)
Evening
In/ Out
Theme Night Evening
In/ Out
Olympic
Games (Sports)
Final Presentation

 

Evening In: movie nights, musical performances, live music, poetry, debates, board and social games, quizzes, quests

Evening Out: cycling tour, bowling, karting, paintball, laser quest, evening shows

Olympic Games: various sports competitions

 

Programme 9 12 middle 4

 

WEEKENDS

At weekends students usually go out on pre-arranged excursions or other trips, however for those who opt out, we offer some on-site activities to keep people busy and motivated. These include mini sports competitions, quests, master-classes, workshops, reading, painting and so on during the free time slots as well as supervised swimming and sea games. Please refer to the Excursions page on our website for more information on the trips planned for this year.

 

WEEKEND TIMETABLE (excluding excursions)

08:30-09:00 BREAKFAST
09:00-11:30 SEA GAMES/ STRETCHING/ SUPERVISED SWIMMING
11:30-13:00 SUPERVISED FREE TIME (INDOORS)
13:00-14:00 LUNCH
14:00-15:00 SUPERVISED FREE TIME (INDOORS)
15:00-17:30 SEA GAMES / SUPERVISED SWIMMING / SUPERVISED FREE TIME (OUTDOORS)
17:30-19:00 DINNER
19:00-21:30 EVENING EVENT

 

 

END OF THE PROGRAMME

Students are provided with an assessment of their progress at the end of every fortnight, and a graduation certificate on completion of each chosen programme (English, Workshops and Sports). They will summarise the topics covered in and outside class, and offer positive and constructive feedback to help them build on their successes. 

The end of the two-week programme is always marked with a presentation night held on the final Saturday of the programme. This is a chance for all participants to show off their new or improved skills and share their workshop results with other summer school members and even a public audience. It is a great night and parents are of course all very welcome to attend too.

 

COSTS

 

Programme fees: €2650 for 2 weeks

 

The above fees include:

  • Supervision throughout the course
  • Accommodation (3* Twin comfort rooms)
  • Full board (3 main meals, 1 tea break per day)
  • 4 hours of daily tuition including all study materials (5 days a week)
  • 4 hours or more per day of morning and/or afternoon sport activities, including all equipment and participation in 30 min morning stretching
  • Social events in the evenings and weekends
  • Welcome party, final presentation event 
  • Certificate of attendance, progress report, t-shirt, baseball cap, pen, flash-drive with photos/ videos from your course
  • Transfers from/to Split Kastela Airport

 

NOT included in price:

  • Weekend Excursions
  • Weekday evening trips out (outings)

 

TO APPLY

To apply online click on "Apply Now" button at the top of the page, or 

To apply by post or email please submit a paper Application Form which can be found here.

 

Programme 9 12 bottom

Programme 13-15

Programme 13 15 top

 

PROGRAMME 13-15

 

GENERAL OVERVIEW

This programme is aimed at our students aged 13 to 15 (inclusive). It combines engaging morning or afternoon English classes with various workshops, which encourages learning through art, reading, singing and exploring new things every day. Classes are conducted in a formal or semi-formal atmosphere (4 hours daily), and are then followed by active water and other sports in late afternoon (4 hours daily). Groups consist of up to 10 students per teacher, with around 7 children per tutor.

Courses run every two weeks from mid-July to mid-August 2017. The minimum course duration for children is 2 weeks.

If you are travelling as part of a group (10 students or more) and would like additional tuition in specific subjects (A-Level, IB Pre-Diploma Programme) please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss your requirements.  It is likely that we will be able to tailor our programme accordingly.

 

ENGLISH MORNING CLASSES

In the morning students receive two hours of English tuition. On the first Monday  of the course each student will need to complete an English proficiency test as well as a semi-formal interview with a native speaker, after which they will be placed in a group with students with similar language skills. 

Our exciting interactive programme caters for all levels of ability and assists students in becoming proficient in the English language while immersing them in an English-speaking environment. Many international friendships find their roots at our Summer School. As well as mixing and mingling with English-speaking friends, this course allows students to improve their language skills in an informal and very engaging classroom environment.

Classes focus on diverse linguistic skills, such as reading, writing, listening and speaking.

 

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS

In the afternoon students attend a 1.5-hour workshop of their choice, which they sign up for at the time of making their application. Students can choose a different workshop for each week of attendance, or attend the same workshop for the duration of their study if they prefer.

 Programme 13 15 middle 1

 

Academic English extends the morning English classes by further focusing on academic performance. Students work on a range of skills such as critical thinking, academic writing, debating, British history and literature, as well as efficient internet research - all of which are indispensable for developing not only their English language skills but also their understanding of British culture. This workshop is ideal for those interested in languages, history and literature, who would like to study one of these subjects at a higher level.

 

Enterprise workshop is aimed at students willing to immerse themselves into a world of commerce. It includes areas such as micro/macroeconomics, business, entrepreneurship, maths, analytics and globalisation. Students will work on a range of projects such as how to build and cultivate a successful business from scratch, what qualities you need to posses and work on, how to avoid common mistakes and analyse business and economics environment and so on. This workshop is ideal for those who possess analytical skills and would want to study science, economics or maths at a higher level.

 

Film Academy workshop focuses on movie making as well as photography. The curriculum is designed for people with little or no experience in making movies or using an advanced camera. In one short week, students are instructed in the basics of writing, directing, camera and digital editing. You can choose from digital filmmaking, producing, screenwriting, broadcast journalism or editing so that a workshop group can write, shoot and edit one short (typically about 15 minutes) movie in 1 week. Students use digital cameras, portable Lowel lighting packages, and digital editing software. Classrooms are equipped with a television, Mac computers and video cameras for demonstration, editing and screening of clips. The workshop was designed to serve the needs of different types of students, yet through hands-on classes and exercises, all students gain an understanding of the requirements and rigours of filmmaking, as well as experience the exhilaration of seeing a completed project.

 

Most children love building with LEGO, but how about taking it to the next level and building programmed motorised models? Using the LEGO Education Mindstorms EV3 Kit, which includes a variety of technic bricks and elements, you will learn hands-on how to build intermediate motorised machines with mini computer in it and a battery pack. Students will also be able programme the robots to carry on certain functions. From wheels and axles to gears, pulleys, belts and special mechanisms, each day students will learn basic mechanical and elecrtronic concepts that will aid in their building of LEGO models that move in a modelled way. Working in pairs, you will build a different motorised model every week. There will be plenty of scope for creativity too, with opportunities for students to combine what they've learned with their imagination to build amazing movable creations. At the end of this course you also have an opportunity to present your work.  This fun course therefore  provides you not only with an aid to understanding more complex concepts of physics and mathematics at school but also teamworking, public speaking and presentation experience.

 

Programme 13 15 middle 2

 

Arts & Drama workshop places the emphasis on cooperation, concentration, movement and story development in a non-competitive environment. By exploring the art and music of characters from familiar stories and creating those of their own, participants will develop physical, social, and artistic skills through theatre games, creative movement, improvisation and pantomime. The workshop also includes painting, decoration and illustration. This week-long workshop wraps up with a performance on the final day.  Students build on their language skills, confidence and creative expression, while having fun with a wide variety of themes that inspire their imaginations and spur them on to new learning.

 

A wide range of innovative teaching techniques and supplementary materials, including high end computer and video equipment, music, literature, diaries and magazine articles as well as out-of-classroom projects keep classes fun and ensure that students stay motivated.

All classes and workshops are taught by highly qualified professional teachers of EFL and the IB.  You can find some of their profiles here.

 

WEEKDAY TIMETABLE

08:15-09:15 SEA GAMES/ STRETCHING/ SUPERVISED SWIMMING
09:15-10:00 BREAKFAST
10:00-11:30 ENGLISH CLASS
11:30-11:45 TEA BREAK
11:45-12:45 ENGLISH CLASS
12:45-13:30 LUNCH
13:30-14:45 ENGLISH / LEGO / ARTS & DRAMA
15:15-18:00 WATERSPORTS / SEA GAMES
18:00-19:15 DINNER
19:15-21:00 EVENING EVENT

 

 

SPORTS

After the classroom lessons and workshops, students run joyfully to the clear green-blue sea to engage in physical activities and enjoy the magnificent natural beauty of the Croatian beaches. Our sports programme for 13-15-year-olds includes waterskiing (20 mins daily), wake boarding (20 mins daily), towables (such as inflatable banana, doughnut, armchair etc.), windsurfing and kitesurfing, paragliding as well as water polo, beach volleyball, swimming (beginner/ intermediate/ advanced), snorkelling, water relay, various water games and so on.

 

Programme 13 15 middle 3

 

Every Friday there is a trip organised to the shallow waters and sand dunes of Nin - the ideal location to learn kite and windsurfing as well as build sand castles and enjoy mountain views of the highest massif of Croatia (Velebit).

Swimming contests, beach volleyball, running, climbing inflatable floating castles are all part of our WaterSports programme.

In addition to WaterSports, our evening recreational programme will add further excitement to their afternoon activities and includes an "Olympic Games" session with competitive games such as volleyball, tennis, table-tennis, football and mini-golf. 

These are our flagship programmes which you will not be able to find anywhere else in Croatia. We take a personal approach to every student, following their development carefully so that he or she can not only try out the various sports but also achieve progress. For more information on the sports offered, as well as povisional timetables, please refer to our dedicated Sports page.

 

Programme 13 15 middle 4

 

EVENING EVENTS

In the evening students enjoy a rich and varied entertainment programme, parts of which are pre-arranged and other parts can be chosen during their stay at our summer school. Each week we offer two trips out to bowling, karting, paintball, laser quest, cycling tour, or evening shows, as well as other entertaining and informative outings. Please note that all evening trips are sold separately (usually €20-30 per trip). 

For those who wish to stay in during the evenings, there are theme nights, debating competitions, theatre nights, movie nights, live music, poetry recitals, board and social games and quiz nights. The evening programme is designed to entertain and strengthen the social bonds between the participants, and is often the most relaxing element of the day.

 

EVENING EVENTS TIMETABLE

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Week 1 Welcome BBQ
+ Boat trip
Guided walkaround 
Primosten
Evening
In/ Out
Olympic
Games (Sports)
Evening
In/ Out
Theatre Night Theme Night
Week 2 Evening In Olympic
Games (Sports)
Evening
In/ Out
Theme Night Evening
In/ Out
Olympic
Games (Sports)
Final Presentation

 

WEEKENDS

At weekends students usually go out on pre-arranged excursions or other trips, however for those who opt out, we offer some on-site activities to keep people busy and motivated. These include mini sports competitions, quests, master-classes, workshops, reading, painting and so on during the free time slots as well as supervised swimming and sea games. Please refer to the Excursions page on our website for more information on the trips planned for this year.

 

WEEKEND TIMETABLE (excluding excursions)

08:30-09:00 BREAKFAST
09:00-11:30 SEA GAMES/ STRETCHING/ SUPERVISED SWIMMING
11:30-13:00 SUPERVISED FREE TIME (INDOORS)
13:00-14:00 LUNCH
14:00-15:00 SUPERVISED FREE TIME (INDOORS)
15:00-17:30 SEA GAMES / SUPERVISED SWIMMING / SUPERVISED FREE TIME (OUTDOORS)
17:30-19:00 DINNER
19:00-20:30 EVENING EVENT

 

END OF THE PROGRAMME

Students are provided with an assessment of their progress at the end of every fortnight, and a graduation certificate on completion of each chosen programme (English, Workshops and Sports). They will summarise the topics covered in and outside class, and offer positive and constructive feedback to help them build on their successes. 

The end of the two-week programme is always marked with a presentation night held on the final Saturday of the programme. This is a chance for all participants to show off their new or improved skills and share their workshop results with other summer school members and even a public audience. It is a great night and parents are of course all very welcome to attend too.

 

COSTS

 

Programme fees: €2650 for 2 weeks

 

The above fees include:

  • Supervision throughout the course
  • Accommodation (3* Twin comfort rooms)
  • Full board (3 main meals, 1 tea break per day)
  • 4 hours of daily tuition including all study materials (5 days a week)
  • 4 hours or more per day of morning and/or afternoon sport activities, including all equipment and participation in 30 min morning stretching
  • Social events in the evenings and weekends
  • Welcome party, final presentation event 
  • Certificate of attendance, progress report, t-shirt, baseball cap, pen, flash-drive with photos/ videos from your course
  • Transfers from/to Split Kastela Airport

 

NOT included in price:

  • Weekend Excursions
  • Weekday evening trips out (outings)

 

TO APPLY

To apply online click on "Apply Now" button at the top of the page, or 

To apply by post or email please submit a paper Application Form which can be found here.

 

Programme 13 15 bottom

Programme 16-18

Programme 16 18 top

 

PROGRAMME 16-18

 

GENERAL OVERVIEW

This programme is aimed at our most mature students, aged 16 to 18 (inclusive) and aims to provide them with the necessary tools to improve their English skills as well as enjoy some fantastic physical and intellectual activities.

You will also be able to improve your English language skills with an English tutor both in the classroom and in a less formal environment, or take part in fantastic different water sports activities.  

If you are travelling as part of a group (10 students or more) and would like additional tuition in specific subjects (A-Level, IB Diploma Programme) please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss your requirements.  It is likely that we will be able to tailor our programme accordingly.

Here is a list of the classes and workshops we currently offer:

  • English / Academic English - 5 times a week (1.5 hours per day)
  • WaterSports - 5 times a week (30 minutes per activity session) 
  • Additional subject-specific courses by prior arrangement

 

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COURSE OVERVIEW

English. In the afternoon students may attend an intensive course in English as a Second Language and work towards improving their general language skills. Classes will focus on all aspects of language, such as reading, writing, listening and speaking, but will be tailored to the needs of the specific course participants.

 

Academic English. This is an afternoon class for the more advanced English students. This focuses on the academic use of the language, and students have a chance to improve their performance dramatically by developing their academic writing style, and engaging in critical thinking, debating, the study and discussion of selected topics from British history and literature, together with honing their practical skills such as efficient internet research.  All of these are of course indispensable not only for mastering the English language but also for developing a sophisticated understanding of its cultural and historical context. This workshop is ideal for those interested in languages, history and literature who would like to study one or more of these subjects at a higher level.

All English classes are held over 1.5 hours x 5 times a week in a very friendly and comfortable atmosphere, led by native speakers. We cater for students of all levels of English proficiency.

 

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WaterSports. Another option for 16-18 year-olds consists of a choice of different water sport activities such as wake boarding and waterskiing (4 times a week x 30 mins each session). Various towables are also available. Additionally once a week there will be a trip to the ancient town of Nin, with its sandy shallow beaches and strong winds, to try and master kite- and/or wind-surfing (a half-day trip). Please refer to the Sports page for more information and detail on this workshop.

 

WEEKDAY TIMETABLE

08:30-09:00 BREAKFAST
09:00-11:30 WATERSPORTS (COURSE ONLY)
SEA GAMES/ STRETCHING/ SUPERVISED SWIMMING
11:30-11:45 TEA BREAK
11:45-12:45 WATERSPORTS (COURSE ONLY)
12:45-13:30 LUNCH
13:30-14:45 FREE/ STUDY TIME
15:00-16:30 ENGLISH (COURSE ONLY)
16:30-18:30 FREE/ STUDY TIME
18:30-19:15 DINNER
19:15-21:00 EVENING EVENT
 

PLEASE NOTE: Before Breakfast/ Lunch / Dinner compulsory Roll Calls are being held at which students must sing in.

 

EVENING/ WEEKEND EVENTS

In the evenings and at weekends you will be able to book (separately) additional activities such as bowling, bungee jumping, karting, paintballing, laser quest, cinema, evening shows, karaoke and dancing, together with other entertaining and informative trips out.

For those who wish to stay in in the evenings, there will be theme nights, quests, master–classes, theatre nights, cinema evenings, guided walks, musical performances, live music, poetry recitals as well as occasional sports competitions. The evening programme is designed to entertain and facilitate the interaction between all members of our international programme and is often the most relaxing element of the day.



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EVENING EVENTS TIMETABLE

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Week 1 Welcome BBQ
+ Boat trip
Guided walk around 
Primosten
Evening
In/ Out
Theme Night Evening
In/ Out
Olympic
Games (Sports)
Theme Night/
Final Presentation
Week 2
(for 2 weeks course)
Evening In Olympic
Games (Sports)
Evening
In/ Out
Olympic
Games (Sports)
Evening
In/ Out
Theatre Night Final Presentation 


Evening In: movie nights, musical performances, live music, poetry, debates, board and social games, quizzes, quests

Evening Out: cycling tour, bowling, karting, paintball, laser quest, evening shows

Olympic Games: various sports competitions

 

WEEKENDS TIMETABLE (excluding excursions)

08:30-09:00 BREAKFAST
09:00-11:30 SEA GAMES/ STRETCHING/ SUPERVISED SWIMMING
11:30-13:00 SUPERVISED FREE TIME (INDOORS)
13:00-14:00 LUNCH
14:00-15:00 SUPERVISED FREE TIME (INDOORS)
15:00-17:30 SEA GAMES / SUPERVISED SWIMMING / SUPERVISED FREE TIME (OUTDOORS)
17:30-19:00 DINNER
19:00-22:00 EVENING EVENT

 

END OF PROGRAMME

Students are provided with an assessment of their progress at the end of every fortnight, and a graduation certificate on completion of each chosen programme (English, Workshops and Sports). They will summarise the topics covered in and outside class, and offer positive and constructive feedback to help them build on their successes.

The end of the two-week programme is always marked with a presentation night held on the final Saturday of the programme. This is a chance for all participants to show off their new or improved skills and share their workshop results with other summer school members and even a public audience. It is a great night and parents are of course all very welcome to attend too.

 

COSTS

Programme incl. one course             €1050 per week

Each additional course                     €200 per week

 

Included in the above fees:

  • Adult supervision throughout the course
  • Accommodation (3* Twin comfort rooms)
  • Full Board (3 main meals, 1 afternoon tea break per day)
  • Morning/Afternoon tuition (classroom/sports/excursions) including all study materials and necessary equipment
  • 30 min morning stretching (6 days a week)
  • Social events in the evenings and weekends
  • Welcome party, final presentation event
  • Certificate of attendance, progress report, t-shirt, baseball cap, pen, flash-drive with photos/ videos from your course
  • Transfers from/to Split Kastela Airport

 

NOT included in price:

  • Weekend excursions/trips

  • Weekday/evening trips (outings)

 

TO APPLY

To apply online click on "Apply Now" button at the top of the page, or 

To apply by post or email please submit a paper Application Form which can be found here.

 

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