Here at ‘Yes!’ English school we have students of all ages. Many of these are attending primary or secondary school.

Learning a foreign language is a rewarding experience, which opens doors to learning about new cultures and making new friends far and wide. Sometimes we find other cultures to be very similar to ours but there are some that are very different, which is both very exciting and interesting to see.

Here at ‘Yes!’ we enjoy giving the opportunity for our students to get to know other cultures and practice what they have learnt ‘in situ’. It is for that reason that we have organized a trip to Lancaster.

Why in a group accompanied by a teacher?

As it is the first time for many of the students to be travelling abroad, we feel that having a familiar face accompany them gives that extra sense of security and comfort. In this way the students can gain more from the experience.

Departure is on 1st July. The trip lasts 2 or 3 weeks.

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