International Junior and Teens English Summer School.

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Goldsmiths College, London

Summer School Residential Accommodation Goldsmiths College, London

Founded in 1891, Goldsmiths was founded in 1891 and now forms part of the University of London. It is located in New Cross, a part of London close to Greenwich and is well connected by public transport to the centre of the city. The campus is renowned as a centre of the art studies and has great facilities for students on learning experience in London.  

Goldsmiths College International Summer school


Time to central London:15mins. Nearest town: New Cross. Transfer times: 1hr 20 to LHR and LGW. Groups/individuals are met at the airport by an Activity Leader and escorted back to the campus. Travelcards: Weekly zones 1-2 travelcards are included. These allow unlimited travel on the transport network including bus, train, tube, DLR and tram.


Sports: Tennis courts and a sports field on site. On site gym available for group leaders. (Enrol plus a small fee of £21). Social spaces: All flats have a shared kitchen/lounge. Discos, Karaoke and Talent Shows are held in the Great Hall. There is a cinema on the ground floor of the Richard Hoggart building.


Recently refurbished single rooms with a private bathroom, in flats of 6-8 rooms with a social space for students to relax in. The majority of the accommodation is located inside the campus with additional rooms available opposite the main site entrance. Spacious rooms with a desk and a chair. 24-hour security on campus to ensure the students’ welfare

Local Transport

Rail: A train from New Cross Gate to London Bridge is a 10min journey. Also available is the overground rail from New Cross Station. Bus: 177 to Greenwich, 172 to St Pauls, 171 to Holborn, 453 to Marylebone (via Oxford Circus), 343 or 21 to London Bridge.


Wi-Fi internet is available across campus including in halls of residences. Please refer to your Centre Manager for Wi-Fi access codes.


Average students per class: 16. English levels: Elementary - Proficiency (programme can be adjusted to lower English levels). Additional qualifications available: Trinity GESE exam and PCTO programme


There is 24 hour security. No safes in the bedrooms. The Centre Manager has a safe in their office for Group Leaders to store money/passports securely. An access fob, a key and lanyard are supplied to students. A replacement key is £18 and a replacement fob is £10. A replacement lanyard is £ 2. Damage deposits of £20 or €30 will be collected.


There is a laundry room located on site. Card system used. It is £2.70 for a wash and £1.20 for tumble dryers. Cards can be purchased from Loring Management Centre. All of the laundry facilities are self-service. Open: 7.00 - 23.00. Bed linen will be washed once a week by the University laundry.


Breakfast: 07:00 - 08:45. Toast, cereal, pastry, yogurt, fruit. Cooked breakfast once a week. Lunch: 12:30 - 13:45. Pasta, meat or vegetarian main course with potatoes, vegetables, salad and dessert. Dinner: 18:00 - 20:00. Meat or vegetarian main course with potatoes, vegetables, salad and dessert.

Full Programme all inclusive
Staff Ratio.
Happy International Students.

At a Glance

Qualitative English learning for junior and teens

Our international summer school strives to offer the best of teaching and cultural experience to all our international students. Our programmes are designed to break through the learning of the language combined with excellent social activities whereby students are totally immersed in it by practicing the language and making new friends. 

Learn English, Make International Friends, Have Fun

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“The summer school is undoubtedly the best for its commitment and responsibility towards students.”


Sophia J.

Teacher, Summer School

“The teachers were very helpful and committed towards us and I met many international students.”

Language Student


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Junior and Teens English Summer School Sample Programme





Day 1



Campus tour and ice-breaker  activities

Day 2

Greenwich with walking tour and visit to Maritime  Museum & Greenwich Photo Challenge

Placement Test and Lesson 1

Welcome Disco

Day 3

Full day to central London by train with Politics and  Royalty walking tour

Visit to the National Gallery and shopping in Covent Garden

Onsite Activities

Day 4

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Onsite Activities

Day 5

Entrance to British Museum

Lesson 4

International Evening

Day 6

Visit to Olympic Park (with visit to Westfield)

Lesson 5


Day 7

Full day excursion to Brighton by coach

Walking tour of city with entrance to Sea Life Centre

Onsite Activities

Day 8

Lesson 6

Half day to central London with visit to Kensington Museums

Onsite Activities

Day 9

Lesson 7

Half day to Camden with walking tour and visit to  Regents Park

Onsite Activities

Day 10

Lesson 8

Lesson 9

Karaoke/Lip Sync Battle

Day 11

Visit to TATE Modern with views of St Paul’s  Cathedral

City Cruise along the River Thames to/from campus

Onsite Activities

Day 12

Full day excursion to Cambridge by coach

Walking tour of city with entrance to King’s College

Talent Show

Day 13

Lesson 10

Visit to Brick Lane Market and Old Spitalfields Market


Day 14

Optional Excursion

Optional Excursion

Onsite Activities

Day 15








 Please note that the sample programme refers to the previous year programme, this year summer programme will be released 3 weeks before departure.  

Language Summer School for Junior and Teens

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