Younger children learn best through direct action and multi-sensory experience. This course provides a fun, safe and structured environment for our learners to engage with the wider world through a varied, creative and engaging programme of lessons and activities.
Young people’s innate curiosity about the natural world can be harnessed to engage them about their relationship with nature and present & future global ecological challenges. In this programme, our students develop their English communication skills through their experience of learning about and learning in nature.
Future global leaders in the 21st century will require a specific set of skills to navigate the contemporary world. In this course, our learners develop collaboration, communication, creativity and critical thinking through a rich curriculum of creative projects and problem-solving tasks.
Students on the English for the Future course will develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills through exploring the United Nations sustainable development goals, and will debate as future leaders how to take action and transform the world around them.
The transition to Higher Education is a significant moment in a young person’s personal, social and academic development. This course is designed to educate, orient and acclimatise those who are considering university in an English-speaking environment.
La Liga Football Camp UK, taking place at Dicker centre, is an intensive two-week Football and English programme combining 22 hours of expert Football coaching (technical, performance, injury prevention and masterclasses) with 12.5 hours of English lessons per week. The camp concludes with a showcase event where players from outside the camp can join as part of the La Liga club training opportunity in Spain.
As a performing art, dance equips people with a powerful method of physical self-expression. This two-week programme helps students to develop their dance technique and repertoire, as well as give them invaluable experience of performing to a live audience.
This two-week programme aims to develop the students’ understanding of coding, electronics, and robotics. The learners work in pairs and will be given tutorials that will enable them to learn the basics of Python, interface with microcontrollers, and use the pi top  modular system to build robots.
Parents of the Little Explorers can also study at Bede’s Summer School through the Leisure Programme and English Lessons.