Intensive English Summer School and Camp in Bulgaria, Turkey and England for students ages 7yrs to 17yrs and 18yrs to 21yrs
ELACP brings an exciting method of English Language tuition,
for both students and teachers to enjoy.
Intensive English Language residential course with acommodation and full board.
The ELACP Summer school and camp takes place each year in July to September.
Locations for 2018 are BULGARIA, TURKEY AND ENGLAND.
FULL IMMERSION PROGRAMME WITH NATIVE SPEAKERS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM.
Approved curriculum for beginner to advanced students,
combined with an exciting list of English orientated activities.
Drama lessons and performance of classic English plays.
IELTS TUITION AVAILABLE.
Family programme available on request
STORIES AND PICTURES
The English Theatre workshop is one of the highlights of the summer school and camp. Students take part in a drama performance at the end of each week, and family and friends are invited.
In 2013 they performed 'Oliver Twist', the English classic from Charles Dickens, a tale set in Victorian London.They gave a great performance of the iconic Musical ‘The Wizard of Oz’ in 2014. The advanced class prepared an enlightening synopsis of the film. The theme was ‘Courage’. We hosted our first Talent Competition at camp 2014 with interesting and varied renditions in Music, Poetry, Singing, Dancing and Comedy.
In 2015 we performed 'The Lion King', with amazing costumes and music .2016 saw a re-creation of the popular english film, 'Half a Sixpence', a tale of rags to riches, set in Regency times. Again in 2017, we performed an enhanced alternative version of Oliver!
"Sofia has made tremendous progress over the past 3 years that she has been coming to the ELACP camp. She performed extremely well in the Drama production of Oliver! She has shown a lot of commitment and always tried to help other students"
A FIVE DAY TRIP TO LONDON FOR TWO PERSONS Return flight tickets to London, with full board and accommodation and a fantastic tour of the most famous attractions of the City of London see more details.
HALF A SIXPENCE by H.G. Wells