Top 5 Summer Schools in London


Summer schools are schools which can provide you with a little bit of fun and knowledge at the same time throughout the summer. The schools can be anything that matches your interests.

Your childs interests are very important to consider when it comes to school holidays. Summer schools are designed so that your child can take advantage of the holidays and learn something that will be advantageous. The summer time is the best time for children to experience something new and enjoyable. It will certainly be a summer to remember.

Oxford Summer Academy

The Oxford summer academy is best for the academics. The summer school is open for children aged 16-19. The university will give you a taste of the World’s most prestigious scenes. The activities are from the morning to the afternoon and will help the students to broaden up their mind. They will also gain knowledge in their respectively chosen field.

Camp Beaumont

The school that is known best by teens is the Camp Beaumont. The kids aged from 16-17 who want to gain some confidence should join it. The activities that are played are both in the land and in the water, so there is plenty of diversity. Information can be gathered from Westend stage.  The various types of water sports and activities are included in it.

Wickedly Wonderful

Wickedly Wonderful is best for the ones who love water. If you love water sports and fun then you can join the summer fun. The school is located in the West Sussex coast which is really very beautiful and a lot of fun can be done there.

XUK

If you are looking for an all around development for your child in the summer time then XUK in London is the best. Kids of age 3-17 can join the summer school.

Cambridge school for visual and performing arts

A various types of camps are there focussing on art, drama and sports. Cambridge schools for visual and performing arts is also the best for the drama performances.

Adam Houghton

Passionate blogger based in the South East (Kent). Studied English Language at the University of Kent. Growing South East England to give exposure to local attractions and businesses.

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