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Manor Courses

Brighton / England
Brief information:

Minimum age:

10 years old


8 Foundry Street, Brighton BN1 4AT, Великобритания

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General information

Established in 1970, Manor Courses school is British Council Accredited and a Member of English UK. 35% of direct students are returning students and 44% have been recommended. The school has developed a course for your younger child's particular needs. The directors are all parents of young children and understand the personal attention you would want your child to have.

The staff offers your child a safe, secure, caring and sympathetic environment and aim to give every child a well-structured English programme, supported by a high level of personal care and attention.


Brighton, England

Age of children


Minimum course

2 weeks



General English Course

All students receive a General English course of 18 hours per week: 
  • 5 Language lessons – (90 minutes each): focuses on accuracy – developing grammar knowledge and usage – includes course books Your Space, English in Mind and Inspiration. 
  • 5 Communication lessons – (90 minutes each): focuses on skills and fluency – improving communication techniques – about students’ lives, contemporary topics, current issues, etc 
  • 3 Excursion, Activity & Review lessons (60 minutes each): focuses on UK culture/cities/history and summer school events – integrates the English Course with the Excursions & Activities Programme.

Week course includes:
  • 18 English language lessons;
  • daily activities;
  • 1 full-day excursion plus 1 half-day excursion.


With an exciting range of facilities at Hurst, the school can entertain students every day from 2-10pm. With new friends your child can choose from a wide variety of activities organized by a team of experienced, trained and dedicated leaders. Healthy and creative sessions are not lessons – instead your child can explore new interests or develop their existing talents, inspired by the leaders and other students.

Twice a week students visit historical and cultural cities in the south of England such as London, Cambridge, Canterbury, Oxford, Brighton, Arundel, Chichester or Lewes.


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