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Summer School

Since 1986 we have offered all children the opportunity to attend a British school without leaving Valencia, awakening in them different language skills that are very necessary today

Once again Cambridge House Community College offers students our annual summer courses.

We have two different modules to choose from: our Summer School weeks and an personally adapted version called ‘Create Your Course’.

We admit both current school students and external students, giving them the chance to immerse in a British educational experience for the summer.

Our Summer School option is the continuation of the school year where our successful British education model is adapted to a summer curriculum. This option is suitable for internal and external students.

Create your Course, offers our students the opportunity to design their course themselves from a set of modules and fun activities. All of them in English and with a British teaching methodology.

We also offer an intensive Spanish course for those seeking to quickly improve their Spanish.

Both summer school courses have a total duration of between two and five weeks, from June 28 to July 30, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and they aimed at students between 3 and 14 years old. A bus service available for students.

A discount is available for existing Cambridge House students.

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From 9 to 10 years old

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From 11 to 14 years old

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We have a bus service and an intensive Spanish course.

In a family atmosphere, dedicated to education and surrounded by nature, we offer different summer programs for all ages and needs.

“Our goal is to ensure that all of our students reach their full potential regardless of their natural ability. We create a stimulating and welcoming space within a familiar school environment.”