The idea for the ELACP project was conceived by a group of Londoners who are involved in education in the United Kingdom. All of them were educated in the British school system, from primary and secondary school to college and university. The English Language and Culture Project (ELACP) evolved from their idea to merge the experience of the English school camp with English Language tuition and cultural exchange between the UK and other countries.
Within Europe, Great Britain has its own unique culture, a mix of traditional old English customs with modern multicultural influences. This is reflected in the varied background and dialects of its population. Diversity is valued in the UK, especially in London, and we hope to share this cultural diversity with students who join the ELACP Programme.
We have a dedicated and enthusiastic team, with qualified native English Language teachers, supported by tutors, classroom assistants and activities leaders
To bring the experience of school camp to students of all ages
To promote cultural exchange between the UK and other cultures of the World
To teach the English Language effectively and creatively
To introduce native English speakers to students of the English language
To devise stimulating and exciting activities for students
To provide an enjoyable atmosphere for students while they are at camp
To serve healthy and interesting food
To ensure the security, safety and wellbeing of everyone at camp