Located just a ten-minute walk from one of the most beautiful beaches in England, Kings Bournemouth School is the ideal place to combine seaside pleasures with learning English during a language stay. You will be immediately captivated by the Victorian architecture and the flower-filled courtyard of this "so British" establishment. In this pleasant and conducive environment for learning, you will benefit from high-quality facilities. The English school includes a restaurant and cafeteria, a library, two computer rooms, a lounge area, and outdoor sports facilities. During sunny days, you can enjoy your meals outside in the beautiful garden! Of course, Wi-Fi access is guaranteed in all indoor spaces. Thanks to the quality of its facilities and teaching, this institution is accredited by the British Council and independent organizations such as English UK and Ofsted.
During a language stay, it is essential to be well accommodated... to learn English under the best conditions! To have an unforgettable immersive experience, you have several types of accommodations to choose from. You can stay with a host family to discover the customs and traditions of an English family and establish connections with each member. If you prefer more independence, you can stay in the Charminster residence, located about a twenty-minute walk from the school. You will have a private room with a private bathroom and can meet your fellow students in the common areas to continue learning English in a friendly environment.
Bournemouth is known for its sandy beaches and water activities. But this unique town has many other attractions. Known as a hub of student life, the seaside resort is lively both day and night! After a busy day of English classes, you can relax with other students in a pub or enjoy a refreshing drink on a café terrace. And why not continue the evening in a nightclub or dance bar? Those who seek tranquility will be delighted by the numerous lush gardens and green spaces near the city center. Make the most of your free time to try water sports like kitesurfing or play golf on one of the city's three greens.