Under 18s at Eurospeak

Summer English courses for 12 to 17 year olds


Non-Residential Junior Summer School (Individual Students)

  • We accept students aged 12 to 17 years old on our junior courses.
  • We run our non-residential Junior Summer School from June to August each year.
  • We do not organise accommodation or activities for Under 18s.
  • We do not organise pick up or drop off from the school to any location.

To apply for Eurospeak Non-Residential Junior Summer School complete our Online Application Form.

Please see our Southampton Price List here: Eurospeak Junior Summer School Price List

Please see our Reading Price List here: Eurospeak Junior Summer School Price List

Requirements:

Every student under the age of 18, requires a parent/guardian who is responsible for their safety and well-being outside of the school. We only accept students who are living with parents or family member locally. In the case of a family member acting as guardian, there should be a parental consent form in which the parent consents to the living arrangement of the student. The local guardian should be a parent or family member with whom the student resides during their study period.

For all junior students studying with us, we require the following documents to meet the safeguarding regulations in the UK:

  • Parental Consent Form signed by the student’s parents, stating that the local guardian is responsible for their child during their stay in the UK, if the student is staying with a local guardian, who is not the student’s parent.

If the student is staying with a local guardian, who is not the student’s parent, we need the following documents:

  • Proof of address of the local guardian (bank statement, utility bill, tenancy agreement)
  • Local guardian’s identification documents (passport, national ID card, UK driving license)
  • Declaration of guardianship signed by the local guardian, stating that they are responsible for the student’s safety and well-being outside of school hours.
  • Drop-Off and collection organised by the parent/guardian for the student to travel to and from school every day, or to make the necessary arrangements for this.
  • Emergency contact number for the student, parent and guardian (if applicable).

Residential Junior Classes (Groups)

  • We accept students aged 12-17 studying as part of a group and accompanied by a group leader.
  • Group bookings can be made year round.
  • We organise an accommodation and activities package specially designed for each group which adheres to our Safeguarding Policy

To discuss arrangements for a group course, please email international@eurospeak.ac.uk

Group bookings are accepted subject to availability and at the sole discretion of Eurospeak. For Eurospeak to accept the group Eurospeak must be satisfied that the sending organisation will adhere to all of Eurospeak’s safeguarding requirements at all times.

Requirements:

All groups must be accompanied by at least one group leader to every 15 students. Group leaders must be able to travel with the group from the country of departure to either Southampton or Reading, supervise the group throughout the trip, including in student residence accommodation if applicable, and on their return to their country.

Group leaders are subject to a full police background check from their country of departure and must complete relevant safeguarding training before their arrival in the UK.

For all junior students studying with us, we require the following documents to meet the safeguarding regulations in the UK:

  • Parental Consent Form – Groups signed by the student’s parents, giving their consent for activities, transportation and accommodation arranged by the school.

Reading Safeguarding Contacts:

♦ Gaurav Vahi – School Principal, Designated Level 3 Safeguarding Lead

Telephone: +44 (0) 7465 992 258 (24 hour contact number)

♦ Reading Borough Council Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)

Telephone: +44 (0) 1189 373 641 (Office hours only)

Telephone: +44 (0) 1344 786 543 (Out of Hours Emergency Duty Team)

Opening Hours: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays)

*  The MASH team will look into the situation and decide what action to take. MASH may put a support package together or – in very serious cases – take emergency action and take the child into care.

Early Help Hub

Please complete the following form: Children’s Multi-Agency Referral Form

Southampton Safeguarding Contacts:

♦ Gaurav Vahi – School Principal, Designated Level 3 Safeguarding Lead

Telephone: +44 (0) 7465 992 258 (24 hour contact number)

♦ Zain Ul Abideen – Level 3 Safeguarding Officer

Telephone: +44 (0) 2380 636 494

♦ Southampton City Council MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub)

Telephone: +44 (0) 2380 833 336  (Office hours only)

Telephone: +44 (0) 2380 233 344 (Out of Hours Emergency Duty Team)

Opening Hours: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays)

* You may also contact by email: mash@southampton.gov.uk.

*  The MASH team will look into the situation and decide what action to take. MASH may put a support package together or – in very serious cases – take emergency action and take the child into care.

You can report a child protection concern using the Southampton Safeguarding Referral Form

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