Youth and Teenagers

Study Visits for Youths and Teenagers

Trinity Language Centre (TLC) welcomes groups of youths aged 12 to 17 to study and learn in North Wales. The region of North Wales lends itself perfectly to residential visits for young people, providing an interesting, safe, friendly and enjoyable learning environment. Study visits will focus mainly on English Language but can also include UK culture, sport or other subjects from the young people’s regular school syllabus. Alternatively they can include a vocational or personal skill development programme to help prepare young people for the world of work.

Courses are available throughout the year but can be planned to suit the national academic year of schools overseas. Courses normally last from 1 to 3 weeks. Programmes on offer for young people may vary according to the time of year, as will the prices. Many courses will provide the opportunity for teenagers from overseas to mix and play with local youths in school, sports and activity environments.

Young people aged 12 – 17 may stay in Trinity House, our residential centre, where they will be supervised by teachers and responsible adults. Here the ‘Living English’ approach to language learning ensures that young people make good progress and learn in a fun and active way. Alternatively, young people over the age of 14 may stay with local host families. These are arranged by the local college with whom TLC has a partnership.

All fees and prices are subject to negotiation and agreement and a quote can be provided upon request. There may be a surcharge for young people choosing the home stay accommodation option.

At a glance:

  • Young people from the age of 12 to 17
  • All year round, reduced fees out of season
  • Living English full immersion approach to language learning for those staying in Trinity House.
  • Carefully planned excursions and trips programmes designed to enhance the learning experience part of the Living English approach
  • Young people staying in Trinity House Accommodation Centre are supervised by teachers, leaders and centre staff
  • Opportunity to mix, socialise and play sport with local teenagers during certain times of the year
  • Fully inclusive fees and prices
  • Optional Adventure Activities or London tours
  • Certificate of participation with learning transcript

Sample Programme

7 nights and 8 days – Youths and Teenagers 12 - 17 (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
- Living English activity/games (some with local youths)
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 - Living English activity/games (some with local youths)
Day 4 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Packed lunch
- Sport activities in Llandudno, football, tennis, bowling, or swimming with local youths
- Evening meal
- Living English activity/games (some with local youths)
Day 5 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Packed lunch
- Day activity Tour of Snowdonia National park, mountains, lakes and waterfalls and forest, Forest/waterfall walk
- Evening meal
- Living English activity/games/sport (some with local youths)
Day 6 - Breakfast
- English class (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Packed lunch
- Visit to Welsh Mountain Zoo
- Evening meal
- Living English activity/games/sport (some with local youths)
Day 7 Breakfast Day visit to Liverpool, visit to museums, cathedral, and River Mersey (packed lunch) - Evening meal
- Evening party and disco
- Presentation of certificates
Day 8 Breakfast Depart for airport

Available at additional cost:

  • Adventure Activities – Climbing, Abseiling, Caving, Kayaking, Quad Biking, Paint Balling, Biking, Mountain walking, Archery or High Ropes course
  • City Tour – London, York or Dublin (Edinburgh, Glasgow and other cities may be available on courses of 2 week or longer)

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