Schools and Groups
Our English programmes for school groups are designed according to the ages of the students and the objectives of the specific learning methods of each school.

The main objective of Trinity Language Centre is to develop an educational visit where the student will learn in a fun way, practise their English in real situations and also acknowledge English culture and way of life. All this is done to improve their communicative skills.

We want the students to understand that English is not just another study subject but a language to communicate. Outside the classroom our students are always accompanied by qualified native English speaking instructors.

This course combines weekly lessons with a carefully designed programme together with excursions that will be focused on history, culture and traditional customs in the UK. All this is without forgetting the heart of our courses is the Living English programme.

At a glance

  • Students in groups from the age of 8 to 17
  • Availability all year round
  • 12 hours of English lessons a week (maximum 12 students per class)
  • Living English full immersion approach to language learning
  • Carefully planned excursions and trips programmes designed to enhance the learning experience part of the Living English approach
  • Accommodation in shared rooms
  • Breakfast, packed lunch and evening meal
  • students staying in Trinity House Accommodation Centre are supervised by teachers, leaders and centre staff
  • Transfer to the airport (return)
  • Fully inclusive fees and prices
  • Certificate of participation with learning transcript
  • Optional Adventure Activities or London tours
  • Flight not included

Sample Programme

7 nights and 8 days - Adults aged 18 or over attending as a group of 10 or more (prices quoted are for this programme or similar – see fees and prices).

Day Morning Afternoon Evening
Day 1 - Airport Transfer to Llandudno
- Light lunch on arrival
- Welcome meeting and briefing
- Rest and settling in
- Evening meal
- Evening walk on Pier
Day 2 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Packed lunch
- Walking tour of Llandudno, beach promenade shops and museum
- Evening meal
- Evening relaxation, cinema or drinks
Day 3 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Packed lunch - Visit to medieval town of Conwy, tour of castle and town walks - Evening meal - Evening relaxation, cinema or drinks
Day 4 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Packed lunch
- Visit to Roman City of Chester, Castle walls walk and shopping
- Evening meal
- Slide show and talk
Day 5 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break
Packed lunch
- Tour of Snowdonia National park, mountains, lakes and waterfalls and forest, National Slate Museum tour. Forest/waterfall walk
- Evening meal
- Evening relaxation, cinema or drinks
Day 6 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break
- Packed lunch
- Tour of Caernarfon castle, shops and beach
- Evening meal
Evening relaxation, cinema or drinks
Day 7 Breakfast Day visit to Liverpool, visit to museums, cathedral, and River Mersey (packed lunch) - Evening meal
-Evening relaxation, cinema or drinks
Day 8 Breakfast Depart for airport

* Please note that all stated prices are subject to change without prior notice.

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