The I and II class of Linguistic HIgh School and the class of the Applied Sciences High School are planning a trip to study in the town of Bath, a World Heritage site. In addition to visiting and discovering the treasures of architectural and historical places, among the most interesting in Europe, such as the Roman Baths, the Pump Room, the abbey of the XV Century and the spectacular Royal Crescent, the students will follow the course of the CLIL language.
School: Best in Bath
Program: CLIL Computer Science
When: 12 – 18 November 2017 (6 nights/ 7 days)
Treatment: Full (breakfast/dinner at the family house/packed lunch)
Depart: Milano Linate
LOCALITY – BATH
Visitors can enjoy this beautiful city, one of the most beautiful in Britain. The main activity is the tourism. It is also a world-famous spa, where the tourists bathe in the warm waters where they used to unwind the Romans and the Celts over 2000 years ago. The urban center develops on the river Avon, crossed by Putney Bridge compared to Florence’s Ponte Vecchio: the only bridge in English to have shops on both sides.
SCHOOL & LANGUAGE COURSE
Located in the heart of the city, a few steps from the main attractions, the school’s Best in Bath offers modern classrooms and well-equipped. The course of the CLIL language, theme computer, of 20 lessons (15 hours weekly), is held by qualified teachers (native speaker, University and Teaching EFL qualifications). The first day of classes will be effected an entrance test which will help identify the language skills of the students and the consequent inclusion in the class of the most
ACCOMMODATION – TREATMENT
Students stay at local families, selected by the corresponding school; the host families offer accommodation in double rooms for two Italian students. The triple rooms are not guaranteed and are on request. This type of arrangement allows you to increase the value of the experience both from a linguistic point of view cultural. It is important that the children are well-prepared, with a spirit of adaptation and willingness to share with the host of new habits and a different lifestyle. The treatment provided is full board for the students, with breakfast and dinner with a local family and a packed lunch. The host families are located mainly in the 15-30 minutes of the bus, or walk from the center of the city.
In the course of the stay are provided: Orientation and guided tour / guided Visit to the Roman Baths / guided Tour half-day Stonehenge / guided Tour of half day to Salisbury including the entrance to the Cathedral / Other activities and guided tours to be defined in the site
All packages include: insurance, service, insurance, medical expenses, legal expenses insurance, baggage insurance, and civil liability in travel (benefits provided by the Policy R. C. UnipolSai Major Risks and Policy Global Assistance Allianz). The RC coverage UnipolSai Large Risks up to € 33.500.000,00 – Policy Global Assistance Allianz cover medical expenses up to € 15.000,00; luggage up to € 1.500,00; Legal aid-up to € 2.500,00; the Civil Liability in the Trip, up to € 50.000,00.
Transfer with private coach to/ from London Gatwick airport to the meeting point with our host families.
Staff on site available to teachers and chaperones during the stay of the trip. Phone support Staff Trinity 24h for emergencies. Each student and chaperone will have a documentation of the journey, useful information for students and parents, the paper convened with the program of the trip abroad, the insurance and the gadget (document holder, luggage tags, backpack Throat). The school will receive details of the host families about a week before departure.
It’s called “Great journeys of the Mountboard and the Globetrotter” and is a play that draws you to distant worlds in a long journey, conceived and written by the company Bread and Mate. Through the dramatization, the teacher of Childhood education has decided to introduce the theme of travel, the central topic of the annual planning process this year to discover different worlds.