Students shared twin bedrooms in a different location each week.
Individuals were placed in a group of students of their own level. The lessons were interactive and imaginative.
In the afternoons, we visited local places of historical and cultural interest, using our minibus where appropriate. Highlights included a ride on a steam train, a boat trip across Torbay and an afternoon in fascinating Cockington village.
During the second week we visited Tintagel,
which according to the legend was King Arthur’s Castle. Spectacular!
We also visited other areas of outstanding Cornwall, such as Mousehole, St Michael’s Mount. We were lucky with the infamous British weather, and managed to spend some time at the beach near to our accommodation.
We took the students to the world famous Eco-friendly “Eden Project”.
The “Eden Project” is an educational charity that provides workshops to teach students about sustainability and our planet. The chance to come face-to-face with tropical flora and fauna usually found in different parts of the world is a very special opportunity.
A wonderful mixture of education and fun that will be remembered forever.