Teenage Summer Camp
This is a conversation-based programme. It is not about traditional teaching; it’s more of a cultural exchange programme.
We offer English immersion camps helping young Polish participants break language and cultural barriers without going abroad.
Throughout the week, participants take part in workshops, field trips, games, 1:1 and 2:1 speaking sessions, and more group activities, adding up to more than 70 hours of conversation, conducted fully in English.
As a native speaker your job will be to talk for the majority of the day in many different forms from one-on-one conversations, group activities, workshops, games to relaxing over a meal or a drink. The format of the conversations is not limited and you are free to talk about anything you like.
We also encourage people to have their one-on-one discussions while enjoying a stroll, sporting, having a tea or coffee, etc. The venue includes sporting facilities.
There is no classroom teaching. For every two Polish participants there is one native English speaker. Participants are encouraged to speak and have the opportunity to learn natural and authentic English from our volunteers, who in turn get to see the Polish countryside and learn Polish culture through contact with our participants.
Teaching qualifications or previous teaching experience not required.
Join our camps! This programme is for you!
2019 summer dates of the camps are:
30 June – 06 July 2019
06 July- 12 July 2019
12 July- 18 July 2019
What’s included ?
• Accommodation in a good standard hotel during the programmes
• Full board during the programmes (three meals a day at the hotel restaurant)
• Free transportation from the starting city (Kielce) to the venue and back.
• Allowance of 500PLN/ 6 days (equivalent of about $135)
• Health insurance (covering medical treatment up to €10 000)
• Real-life teaching experience with local professionals / youth from Poland.
• A diploma from us.
What is not included?
• Extra expenses (souvenirs, bar expenses etc) during the programme.
• Any accommodation before the programme and after, should you require it.
• Any flights to and from a starting city, and back home.
• Travel insurance
They can learn a lot from the kids and Polish tutors, they will see the countrysite of Poland, visit some historical places, learn about traditions and history of the place. They will definitely learn some Polish. The place is especially interesting as it is located in the oldest mountain range not only in Poland but even in Europe. The Świętokrzyskie Mountains (Polish: Góry Świętokrzyskie, Holy Cross Mountains) are a mountain range in central Poland, near the city of Kielce. The Świętokrzyskie Mountains are some of the oldest mountains in Europe, and the highest between the Sudetes and the Ural Mountains. The mountain range comprises several lesser ranges, the highest of which is Łysogóry (literally "Bald Mountains"). Travellers will hear some legends about the region.
As travellers won't teach in classrooms we will need them to take part in speaking sessions, organize or help some activities for kids like games, quizzes etc. They will help create an English speaking environment and encourage young learners to use English more confidently.
Quality hotel- two- or three-bedded rooms with bathrooms and wi-fi. There will be three meals a day - breakfast, lunch and dinner; tea and coffee available throught the day
Travellers will be collected from the assembly point in Kielce and will go by bus to the venue.
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