Our Summer 2019 season starts on 1 July

Recently in London we’ve had some lovely weather and hopefully it will continue into the Victoria School Summer Season! Our summer season runs for eight weeks from 1 July to 23 August.

We have extra courses in General English, Business English and IELTS exam preparation. You can study from 2 hours to 6 hours per day. Our school is full of energy and it really is our favorite time of year.

We are also running an exciting Social Summer Programme! Every Wednesday, one of our experienced teachers will take a group of our students to some of the most interesting, exciting and famous tourist attractions in London. Some of these places include the British Museum, the Tate Modern Art Gallery and the National Gallery. One of the fantastic things about London is that so many of our museums and art galleries are free!

As well as visiting these great attractions, we also offer something different. In July, you are invited to our Sports Day Picnic in Battersea Park, and also to a beautiful countryside walk just outside of London.

In August, our students are invited to our garden party and BBQ (at the Principal’s house, and the Principal is an excellent BBQ chef!), a River Thames boat trip from Westminster to Greenwich, the South Bank Walk, and on the last day of the summer season, the Victoria School of English International Day.

There is something for everyone to enjoy during our 2019 summer season. You can improve your English, make friends from all over the world and enjoy this great city at the same time. We look forward to welcoming you to Victoria School this Summer!

Click here to see all our summer events

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Our picnic and sports day in Battersea Park

Student Safety is our Priority

At Victoria School we want our students’ experience with us to be the best it can be. We want everyone to be able to study effectively in a safe and open environment. We therefore have many policies and procedures to ensure this.

We think it is important to regularly revise and update our policies and make sure that all our teachers and support staff are made aware of any changes.

We have recently updated all of our child safeguarding and protection policies. While a majority of our students are over 18, we also sometimes teach students who are 16 and 17. We are committed to ensuring that any under 18s at Victoria School are safe. We also know that parents of young people need to know that their children are going to be safe and well looked after.

Please read our existing and updated policies

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We are a Centre of Excellence!

We are proud and delighted to have achieved this very important recognition as a ‘Centre of Excellence’ showing that we are in the top 100 of English language schools in the UK! We always aim to reach the highest standards and we are thrilled that this has been recognised.

That Victoria School is a ‘Centre of Excellence’ is also very important for you. You can be assured that we have the highest standards of teaching, learning and welfare at Victoria School.

EL Gazette (short for 'English Language Gazette') is an international news and media company for the English Language Teaching (ELT) industry and international English-medium education.

The award is based on the information found in the British Council Inspection reports on the language centres which the British Council accredits under the Accreditation UK scheme. The rankings are compiled by the EL Gazette and are not produced by the British Council, English UK or Accreditation UK.

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