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Summer English

Academic year / Summer
Communicate simple sentences
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Digital tools
Cultural Activities
Face-to-face or Virtual
Choose your
class days
People & culture

Our Statement

Welcome to the Third Edition of Summer English, a specialized program for teaching English to students with special educational needs. Our goal is to offer accessible classes to all. We encourage the practice of functional English to promote educational inclusion, empower students' self-esteem and social skills, increase their employability, and develop international awareness in our unique students. 

Once again, we are happy to launch a fun, challenging, and valuable summer activity for our special students who, generally, do not have the opportunity to travel abroad to practice English. However, with the help of our native teachers, we can travel abroad through our virtual English classes, get to know other countries, and make new friends.

Join us and enjoy a different summer!


Students will work on the A1 / A2 levels...


All our courses have a SPIOC format...

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What are you going to learn?

Learning English is very important because it helps us be an active part of the world. It helps us build an inclusive setting at school, university, work, and society. In addition, it allows us to travel, meet new people and cultures and make friends in other countries. On top of that, speaking English is fun!

Students will work on the A1 / A2 levels of the Global Scale of the CERF

  •   Can introduce themselves to others and ask /answer questions about personal details, such as where they live, people they know and things they have. Family and friends and basic descriptions.

  •     Can describe their background in simple terms, their immediate environment and things and events that are important to them.

  •     Can communicate simple routine tasks, things they like, and what do they do in their free time and during the week.



Students work on the four skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.



​MODALITY: Face-to-face/Virtual in Madrid


Support Material in Spanish & English




Basic information
our space

Our Virtual Space!

All our courses have a SPIOC format (Small Private International Online Courses). The classes offer a private virtual space where students learn, explore new worlds, interact with international students, and enjoy unique cultural activities from the comfort their home.


We work in small groups according to the age and English proficiency of the students:


  • Cubs (10-14)

  • Pirates (14-18)

  • Pioneers (18-22)

  • Professionals (22+)



Digital Tools


Theoretical component


Virtual Collaborative Project


Business and Cultural Activities




Synchronous Classes




International Students



how it works

How it Works

  • Classes are online, and you can connect from home. Our teachers are native English Speakers, and we connect with them in real-time.

  • The classes are twice a week, and you choose the days and times best for you. 

  • We connect via Zoom and make small groups so that students can participate in class, interact with their classmates, and keep similar levels.

  • We have several levels of English to be able to adjust classes well. (Preliminary, basic I, basic II, and basic III) 

  • There is no need to buy books or materials. You will access our Google class, where you can find all the materials, exercises, videos, games, and recorded classes if you cannot go to class one day. 

  • In addition to the classes, we have games and international cultural activities so that you can meet people from other countries. 

  • At the end of the course, we you will receive and academic certificate and a diploma.



How do we teach?


The goal of the class is to acquire the basic competencies of the English language that allow students to express themselves in familiar environments in the educational, personal, work, or social contexts.


Our classes follow the European Framework of Reference for Languages, and we work on all language skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. We work with different levels of English: Preliminary English, A1, and A2.


The A1/A2 level allows us to speak and understand daily and routine expressions, make simple sentences, talk about ourselves, our family, and friends, ask for information, and much more. If you want to know what you will learn, you can look at them here. 


Classes focus on the practice of functional English as a vehicle for inclusion that helps us communicate and relate to our environment and prepare ourselves to know the world. In addition, there will be presentations and activities on cultural topics that will help students learn about other cultures and countries. 

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Are you interested in collaborating with us in this project?


Cultural Program

As part of the English Summer Program, students will participate in a program of virtual activities that will bring us closer to the life and culture of other countries. We will also play games, take virtual trips, listen to music, and more.

Students in each group will work on a Team Project on a topic of their choice. Led by our expert teachers, the group will decide how they will develop the project and how they will present it to the rest of the groups.


All projects will be displayed in our virtual classroom.

Conferencia virtual


  • Learn English from home and your own pace.

  • Meet international teachers and practice with them.

  • Improve your English for your studies or for your work.

  • Learn to communicate are people from other countries and cultures

  • Work with your friends in a virtual environment.

  • Have fun!

  • And then, if you like it, you can sign up for the days and face-to-face camps that we carry out throughout the year.

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Our partners

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Raúl M.

"I like practicing English in small groups and also playing Kahoot."

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Iván O.

"I really liked having American teachers."

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María B.

"What I liked the most about the classes were the presentations, how the teachers explained the content in English, the games, and the groups. It was fun, and I like that I can learn English."

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Javier R.

"I liked that my American teachers helped me understand and translate words I didn't know."

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Lucía G.

"What I liked the most was learning English in class and being able to speak in English."

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José Miguel G.

"I really like working in teams."

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