English Summer School and Camp
 English Summer School and Camp

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

 

Maybe you are thinking of sending your son or daughter to summer school. All parents want the best for their child, whether they are 2 or 22 years old. We care passionately for our children's education, because education is one of the greatest keys to success. English is a global language and it is taught at most schools, but the summer holiday is an ideal opportunity to gain additional advantage for your child with our specialist intensive English Language Programme.  Our goal is to provide for our students:

• Excellent location and Facilities

• Excellent Teachers and Stimulating Activities

• Maximum care and security

 

The ELACP Programme

We specialise in organising residential English Language courses combined with English orientated cultural activities and entertainment. The curriculum includes intensive English Language classes by qualified teachers, and tuition, conversation and interaction with native English speakers. While students are at the Summer school they are completely immersed in learning English. All signs and instructions are in English. All literature is in English. All audio and visual information is in English. Each small group of students has a leader who is a native English speaker. Students learn not only to speak formal English, but they learn every day English and popular English culture, first hand. Each morning will comprise of classroom based English language tuition. Then the afternoon, evening and late evening is filled with creative, cultural and leisure activities and entertainment. 

 

Nutrition

All meals by prepared by experienced chefs. Students get a varied and nutritious diet with plenty of fruit and vegetables. The menu is Mediterranean style with some international recipes. Meals are mainly served buffet style with choices of meat or vegetarian food, with desserts, fruit and drinks. Our students can eat as much as they like. The  chef serves 3 meals per day buffet style in the spacious dining room with snacks and hot drinks in the lounge at night. There are also barbeques and picnics on some days.
 

 

Health Care

With our diligent care, we trust our students will have a healthy and enjoyable stay. However, should a medical situations arise, we are prepared. Minor cuts and bruises and minor illnesses will be dealt with by appropriate first aid staff at the Centre. In more serious cases medical professionals will be called urgently, or students may be taken to local health clinics or hospitals. In case of any serious injury or health problem, parents will be notified, and appropriate treatment arranged.  Parents must notify us if their child has any existing health problem or disability, or if they are taking any regular medication, so that we can make any necessary arrangements. Every student must be covered by medical insurance before starting the programme. 

 

Welfare Officers

Camp counsellors are on duty 24 hours a day at the Centre. These are friendly, caring and experienced people, qualified to deal with students issues. They give advice and assistance, and no problem should go unnoticed. Their task is to keep a close watch on students to ensure their safety and wellbeing. These welfare officers co-operate closely with teachers, group leaders and security guards.

 

Security

A major concern for any parent when their son/daughter is away from home is security. We can give assurance and peace of mind.

The Centre has 24 hour security guards who patrol the entire Centre, especially at night, to make sure students are well protected.

Staff are on duty 24 hours to deal with any problems and alert the security guards where necessary.

All staff must have a background and Police record check before they are employed on the programme.

 

Safety

The Centre includes an indoor/outdoor swimming pool where students can go either for swimming lessons or cooling down on very hot days. There is always a lifeguard on duty when the pool is open. Wherever students take part in water sports, they will have to wear life jackets. For cycling, protective helmets must be worn. There are no ultra risky sports involved in the Programme. Full instructions will be given to students before each trip to make sure they are aware of safety issues.  Parents MUST INFORM US if their child cannot swim or is a weak swimmer. 

 

Address of ELACP centres

Kranevo - Bulgaria: 

Vedren Hotel, 2 Bialo More Str, 9649 Kranevo, Varna region.                            Telephone: +359 88 863 5348   ELACP representiave: 00359 88 835 3703

Istanbul - Turkey: 

Alinda/Adampol Hotel, Seyir Caddesi no. 12,  Polonezkoy, Beykoz District, Istanbul.        Telephone: 0216 432 3154 / 432 3156   ELACP representative: +90 532 257 76 08

London - England 

St Alfeges Hall, St Alfege Passage, Greenwich, London SE10, England.             

Telephone ELACP: +44 207411 9063  or +44 737 887 8011

 

REGISTRATION

Registration starts at 11:00 on the first day.  Students must be at the centre by 10:30. Please inform us if, for any reason, the student will arrive later. 

TRANSFERS TO CAMP

If you have booked airport transfer or other transport with ELACP, please send us full details of the flight well in advance.  If the student is arriving by bus, please send full details of arrival and departure times, name of bus company and address of terminal.

 

CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT FOR CAMP

CLOTHING

Students should bring comfortable clothing and shoes, with some clothes for special events.  This is a list of essential items for a one-week programme:  Please increase for more weeks. 

  • Shoes:  1 pair of sports shoes, 1 pair of sandals, 1 pair of slippers, socks
  • Day wear:  5 or 6 changes of light clothing, 1 outfit for special events, 1 light raincoat
  • Head wear: 1 or 2 sun hats, caps or head scarves
  • Sportswear: 1 gym shirt, 1 gym shorts, 1 or two sets of swimsuits                                        
  • Drama Clothes:  one black T shirt, plain with no logo, 1 black shorts or trousers or skirt       
  • Nightwear:   2 changes of nightwear                                                                                       
  • Underwear:  Daily change of underwear 
  • Toiletries: Hair brush and comb, toothbrush and toothpaste, deodorant, etc. 

EQUIPMENT

We provide some classroom equipment, but students should also bring their own stuff, for convenience.  They should bring the following:

  • Pens, pencils,
  • Colouring pencils, painting set,
  • Notebook; drawing book,
  • Folder for papers
  • Small rucksack                                                                                                       

 

Code of Conduct

There is a sensible code of conduct for students. Students will be allowed to have as much fun as possible, but they must observe basic rules. We do not allow smoking or drinking alcohol. No bad language or bullying is allowed. Our student welfare workers will keep a very close watch to make sure none of this happens. All students will be accompanied by a member of staff or group leader whilst outside the Centre.  Full details are in our terms and conditions. 

 

Telephone

Parents may telephone children at the centre and children can telephone their parents outside of class sessions.  Telephones and electronic devices are not allowed in the classrooms.

 

Safekeeping of money and valuables

Students should not need an excessive amount of money while on the trip. This is the parents' decision, but pocket money of 3 euros per day should be adequate. Money should be given to the teacher for safekeeping, and that will be put in a safety deposit box, until the student needs it. The student can also give other valuables to their teacher for safekeeping.

 

Shopping 

There will be one half day allowed for shopping, when students will be accompanied to local shops or to a nearby town.  They are also able to do shopping on excursions, for souvenirs and and any necessary items.  We do not recommend that students purchase luxury items during their stay, but this is the decision of the parents.

 

Budgeting

One of our objectives is to make the ELACP Programme affordable to as many families as possible. Especially in these times of austerity, we like to give good value for money. The price we give is inclusive of English Language lessons and individual tuition for all levels, accommodation, four meals each day, sports and indoor activities, and tours. In order to make budgeting easier we can offer a  payment plan. This means that you only have to pay a small deposit and you have some months to pay the final balance. This does not apply to late bookings (less than 8 weeks before start of camp)

 

Registration

Booking for the ELACP Summer School starts 1st September each year and ends 30th June the next year.  Please enquire from the ELACP office if you want to book outside of these times. To book, you need to:

Complete and submit the booking enquiry form on our website. 

Please allow up to 7 days for ELACP to send you the booking confirmation.

Payments should be made by bank transfer or bank deposit in cash. Bank details are given on the  invoice.  You will then need to pay the deposit into the ELACP bank account. The details are given on  the confirmation letter.  You need to send a copy of the deposit statement to our office, either by fax, email or post. The final balance needs to be paid 8 weeks before the start of the course, except ELACP agrees to any special arrangement.

Payments can be also be made by debit or credit card through Paypal,  The credit card company will charge both a sender and receiver fee.  We may also be able to accept cash payments, by special request

All information supplied to us is handled in strict compliance with European Data Protection regulations.

 

Travel to and from the ELACP Centre

Some students will come to the Centre in groups with their teachers.  

ELACP also arranges transport and chaperone to and from the Centre, in shared transport, either in a car or minibus.  Individual transport can also be arranged by special request. 

Parents can also bring their son/daughter to the Centre by various methods.  

Public transport: you should check bus routes online for the nearest cities, then take local buses or taxis to the camp location.

Private car: Parents can bring their children to the Centre by car. In the summer the roads are good and the Centre is accessible by car.  It is a good idea to check route maps or GPS.  Free car parking is usually available at the centre.  24 hour parking must be especially requested on the booking form. 

 

Reception for Parents

Parents are always welcome to bring their son/daughter to the ELACP Centre, and pick them up on the final day.  There will be a special buffet with snacks and drinks for parents in our reception area.  This way parents can see the facilities we are offering and have a chance to talk to the staff.  On the final day parents are welcome to attend performances by the students.   Again a buffet meal and drinks will be provided for parents to refresh them for their journey.  Parents should tell ELACP at least 48 hours before if they will be attending the Parents Reception at the Centre.  

 

Family Programme

The summer holidays is a great time for families to be together.  This is the reason why we now offer the all inclusive family programme. Families can share a family room or apartment, or the student can share accommodation with other students and parents have their separate rooms in another section of the hotel.  There is a surcharge for parents requesting single occupancy. 

Parents can choose to have English lessons, or just relax in the hotel and enjoy the meals and enjoy the beautiful scenery, or plan their own programme.  They can also participate in excursions and other activities.  Nursery class for ages 3-5 may be available by special request for a fee. 

 

 

BEST STUDENT AWARD 

WINNER 2018

 MOHAMED AZZAM INAJIH    Azzam was chosen as the best student because of the commitment and dedication and co-operation he showed in all areas of the ELACP programme.   Azzam came to the ELACP camp in Turkey.  He attends the Madaris Al Amine School in Layoun, Morocco. 

See the story and pictures here

THE PRIZE:  

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

 

WINNER 2017

SOFIA VOIEVODA

 See more details and pictures   

   

WINNER 2016

Anastasia Vedyenyeva

see more details and pictures

DOWNLOADS

INFORMATION

Price List
Price list Camp 2018.pdf
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BOOKING FORM
Booking form updated 06 18.doc
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BROCHURES

Brochure English/Bulgarian
Brochure-2017- Eng+Bg.pdf
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Brochure English/Russian
brochure Eng+Rus 2017.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [6.1 MB]
Brochure English/Turkish
Turkey brochure 12 10 17.pdf
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FLYERS

Bulgarian leaflet 2018.pdf
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Russian leaflet 2018.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.2 MB]
Turkish leaflet 2018.pdf
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London camp (Eng)
London leaflet (Eng).pdf
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London Camp (Bg)
ELACP London Eng+Bg.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.7 MB]
London Camp (Ru)
ELACP London Eng+Ru.pdf
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London Timetable 2017.pdf
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CAMP PHOTOS

Pictures - Summer 2016
Pictures - Summer 2016.pdf
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Pictures - Summer 2015
ELACP Summer Camp 2015.pdf
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Pictures - Summer 2014
ELACP Summer Camp 2014.pdf
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Pictures - Summer 2013
ELACP Pamporovo 2013.pdf
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