“Learn Spanish in Spain, at our ‘Instituto Cervantes’ accredited centre”
During July and August, within the facilities
of Caxton College, intensive Spanish courses take place catering for all levels. The courses are organised into age specific groups from 8 to 18 years of age
. The school offers Spanish as a Foreign Language courses since 1995 and every Summer the school welcomes around 70 students.
Accredited by the Cervantes Institute
, our intensive Spanish courses are organized depending on the different ages and levels
of students, to create groups of similar ability taught by specialised teachers.
The courses contain three hours per day of Spanish classes
combined with fun workshops
and sports (cooking, flamenco, karate, chess, arts and crafts, rugby, drama etc), as well as swimming every day in the school swimming pools.
There are also optional classes
for tennis, paddle tennis, swimming lessons and I.T.
Every year students come from Russia, France, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Bulgaria and many other places to take part in our summer courses, giving us the same international environment as our boarding
service. These students stay with host families
, or if there is a group of them they stay in student halls of residence
*Native Spanish speaking Teachers
The day begins at ten o’clock in the morning and finishes at five o’clock in the afternoon (with an additional childcare service, allowing children to arrive at half past eight in the morning). In addition, the summer courses provide a transport
service by bus which covers different areas in the areas of Valencia and Castellón.
The daily lunch is included in the price and provides all the necessary nutrition following a Mediterranean diet. Also, kitchen & dining room staff ensure that students with specific diets or allergies are catered for.
At the end of the course students receive an attendance certificate & a list of achievements and then participate in a show where they demonstrate all they have learned. Parents also have the opportunity to meet the tutors to talk about what their children have done during the course.
Parents who don’t live in Spain will receive a detailed report explaining how their child has progressed throughout the course.