|In the event national Covid-19 restrictions mean the courses cannot be run on school premises, we will offer a full refund of the course fees.|
AHS organises Summer School courses open to both our own and external students. Our 2021 courses will run from 28th June to 2nd July.
These courses are devised, developed and delivered by our highly experienced teaching staff and cover a wide range of disciplines and faculties across the school. In common with our year-round operations, the summer programmes are informed by our teaching philosophy and overriding mission to help each student reach their full potential and achieve academic excellence.
PLN 2500 per course, including two Covid tests, lunch each day, and all lessons and activities.
Each course runs for 22.5 hours each week and includes a range of co-curricular and sports activities led by our own faculty of teachers.
PLN 750 – On request, full board and accommodation may be provided in our boarding facilities for those participants who require it (5 nights). The price includes transport to and from the school each day. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
|The Summer School is an intellectually stimulating and fun taste of academic life at Akademeia. It is ideal for students who are keen to experience what it’s like to study here for the first time, as well as for our current students looking to engage in inspiring materials away from the core syllabus.|
|Andrew James, Summer School Coordinator|
BA (Hons.) Philosophy, University of Liverpool
Cambridge English CELTA
Cambridge English DELTA
In addition to teaching English for Academic Purposes, Andrew is responsible for Akademeia’s Summer School. Having last been responsible for setting up the short courses department of a well-established UK independent school he was previously the UK manager of a large international summer camp provider based out of Switzerland. English language teaching has been Andrew’s primary focus since leaving university, a career which has taken him to Poland, France and Portugal, working most recently for the British Council. Outside of school and family life, Andrew is keen on politics, philosophy and a wide range of sports, especially golf and cricket.