The Millfield English Language Holiday Courses run in the Easter and summer holidays and provide students with at least 15 hours of English tuition per week, alongside a range of afternoon options to choose from, a full social programme and two excursions per week. Students can also add optional extras to their course including London and Oxford Weekends and Trinity Examinations.
There are three campuses, Glastonbury for ages 6-11, Street for ages 12-17 and Bruton for ages 12-17.
Millfield is a remarkable place where staff and students make one big family.
Situated in a safe and beautiful area, the secluded grounds of Glastonbury Campus provide an excellent child-friendly zone where students are looked after by trained staff 24 hours a day. With an excellent staff/student ratio students have all the support, enjoyment and safety that they require.
There are a vast array of fantastic facilities for students to use including tennis courts, a 25m swimming pool, riding arena, cookery rooms, astro pitches and a climbing wall.
Glastonbury Campus is ideal for children wanting to get their first taste of the UK as there is so much to see and do, not only on campus, but also within the local area.
Street Campus is one of the UK's leading co-educational independant schools situated in the beautiful Somerset countryside.
A large and modern campus with top class facilities including an Olympic sized swimming pool, riding arena, golf course, tennis centre, concert hall, theatre and art gallery.
The majority of boarding houses are onsite in secure grounds, providing students with everything they need in one place.
New for 2017, Bruton is the ideal campus for students wanting to explore a range of activities and learn English without having to follow a strict structure.
Instead of English lessons in the mornings followed by academies in the afternoons, students will follow a new flexible timetable where they will decide when they would like to take part in academies and when to attend English classes, lectures and workshops. There will be full flexibility so students can try a variety of different academies at any point throughout the day without having to preselect them, yet still partake in 15 hours of English per week.
This new structure will enable students to have more freedom of choice and allow them to use their language skills in practice as well as in the classroom.
Millfield School, BA16 0YD Street, England