The English & Music/Singing Summer Camp is open to students aged 10-16 wishing to meet people from all over the world, develop their music skills and show their creative potential while improving their English. This is done through music classes and singing workshops as well as English lessons.

Our two music/singing centres have rehearsal rooms and a recording studio, and IT suite, as well as modern classrooms, sports facilities, games areas and a theatre.

Seaford College (ages 10-16)

Seaford College is located between Brighton (to the west) and Eastbourne (to the East), in the county of East Sussex. The famous Seven Sister cliffs, on the coast, are located east of the city.

Seaford school has 7 tennis courts available, a 9-hole golf course, a hockey field, several football fields, squash courts, sports halls and an outdoor swimming pool. Nearby facilities include a 9 and 18-hole golf course as well as a tennis centre with indoor courts and a horse riding centre.

Capacity: 170 students per week

Worth School (ages 10-16)

Worth is one of the great historic schools of England and among the most beautiful too. The school is situated in 200 acres in the midst of beautiful and natural greenery of “High Weald”, within the grounds of Worth Abbey. With exceptional facilities and boarding houses which have won architectural design awards, it provides a wonderful, safe environment for the students to experience and enjoy.

Facilities: football pitches, rugby pitches, tennis courts, sports hall, theatre, music rooms and dance studio. The horse riding stables are a short drive away.

Capacity : 170 students per week


  • Standard English + Music or SingingPer week:
    • 15 hours of English (morning or afternoon)
    • 15 hours of musical practice*

Required level of English: A2

  • Intensive English + + Music or SingingPer week:
    • 22 hours and 30 minutes of English (morning or afternoon)
    • 7 hours and 30 minutes of musical practice*

Required level of English: B1

*All instruments are accepted.

Language Lessons

At the start of the programme students are tested and placed into classes according to their English skills. The language programme is divided into 5 different levels and students are given a report signed by their English teachers at the end of the stay.

The language level required is A2 (one schoolyear of English at least) for the Standard English Course, and B1 (3 schoolyears of English at least) for the Intensive English Course.

You will get a chance to practice English after school since sports and social activities are organised in English.

Classes have an average of 10 students and a maximum of 14 students.

Music/Singing Workshops

Music sessions are organised so as to help students to Develop their personal and social skills

It is advised to have some familiarity with one musical instrument or singing (at least 1 year of experience). Workshops are divided into Small groups with a maximum of 8 participants per group.

Classes are taught by experienced, professional musicians. Workshops include musical games, music composition with added lyrics, recording and improvisation. At the end of each week students perform in a concert for the whole school.

Particular attention is paid to popular contemporary music (pop music, rock, funk, soul and jazz). Classes aim at developping individual creativity and working within a group to gain experience in playing with others. Students can choose between practicing a musical instrument or singing.

It is possible to rent instruments (between £30 and £80 depending on the instrument) during the stay, but it is recommended that each student brings his own instrument (whenever possible).

Minimum musical level required : elementary to advanced


Our staff conduct evening activities designed to allow students of similar ages to socialise and have fun. The majority of these activities are on the school grounds and include activities such as “Crazy Olympics”, fashion evenings, “Coach Hunt”, “Race Night”, Casino nights, Karaoke, Cabaret, “Blind Date” and an “international disco” at the end of the week, .

For participants ages 15-16, the camp staff also organise several off-site activities like cinema, ice-skating and pizza parties. Students should have some pocket money for these activities (about £30 per week).


Each weekend, participants staying for 2 weeks or more can participate in organised excursions supervised by our staff.

On Saturdays, students go to an amusement park, while Sundays are dedicated to tours of nearby English cities (Brighton, Bath, Bournemouth, Cambridge…). London is also possible on request, in particular for non-European students and at extra cost. Group leaders supervise the group and animate the outings but will not assume the functions of official guides during the visits and the London tour in particular.

Upon these trips, students should make sure to have some pocket money available for possible entry fees and other expenses (shopping, souvenirs, etc). Younger students of 9-12 years have non-stop supervision during the excursions. Students of 12-14 years can have some free time on their own but must be every hour at the meeting point designated by the group leaders to make sure they are under control. Older students of 15-16 years have 2 consecutives hours of free time.

Residence Hall

Students stay in a school residence/campus with floors split by gender. Participants are accommodated in double or shared rooms (2 or more people) according to their age and wishes. Rooms are comfortable and furnished with a bed, desk, chair, and a lockable closet per student.

Shared communal toilets and bathrooms are cleaned regularly.


  • Three healthy balanced meals are served daily, with a variety of menu options available including a salad bar. The camp can also cater for special diets (on request upon booking only).
  • Barbecues are organised once a week.
  • The Camp Canteen provides students with snacks and drinks as well as other essential items.


Arrivals on Sundays between 09.00 and 15.00

Departures on Saturdays between 12.00 and 17.00

There is an extra charge for all transfers required outside of these schedules (see Dates & Prices tab).

Transfers can be arranged from London GatwickLondon Stansted and London Heathrow and from London St Pancras train station. On arrival, a Camp Staff Member will wait for you in the arrivals hall with a visible name sign and wearing an orange shirt.

Visa Information

Do you need a visa for this programme? For more information please consult our Visa Information page.

Do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email if you require any additional information.

Dates & Prices 2020

Dates 2020

  • Seaford (age 10-16): stays are from Sunday to Saturday, from July 05 to August 15
  • Worth (age 10-16): stays are from Sunday to Saturday, from July 05 to August 08

Prices 2020

Includes all taxes and enrolment fees

WPCS 42.0.1
All programmes - Residence accommodation, shared room, full board
1 week 1.750
2 weeks 3.495
3 weeks 5.245
Arrival on Sunday between 9:00 and 15:00 110
Departure on Saturday between 12:00 and 17:00 110
Arrival outside of expected hours 210
Departure outside of expected hours 210

Prices include:

  • The chosen programme
  • Accommodation in shared room
  • Full board at the college
  • The activity and excursion programme (evening and week-end)
  • 24hr supervision

Prices do not include:

  • Travel transport to and from destination
  • Transfers on arrival/departure from the airport or train station
  • Optional insurances
  • Visa fees (if any)