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All summer courses are face-to-face | Learn English with Minecraft

 

Discover the fun and effective way to learn English during the holidays

Our summer courses combine leisure activities that children know and love with British Council’s expertise. We teach English through hands-on, interactive projects that spark children’s natural interests beyond the school curriculum.

Imagination, curiosity, creativity- our English summer courses teach more than you think!

An English course built on creativity with Minecraft Education Edition

Choose the holiday course your child will love. Let them learn English while having fun with an exciting holiday course featuring Minecraft Education Edition. 

Kids work in teams to build a city and explore famous landmarks in Minecraft Education Edition – the world’s most popular virtual reality game. 

Their confidence and communication skills will soar with every lesson. 

Let the adventure begin!

Course overview

Price: 1190 PLN 

Duration: Monday–Friday, 09.30–14.00 

Age: 12–14 years

Levels: Beginner to Upper Intermediate (A1–B2) 

Your child’s study options

Our Summer English Immersion course is delivered over 20 class hours per week.

Classes are held at our head office in Warsaw.

Explore options and timetables:

Warsaw 

Course dates Times Price (PLN)
22.07.24–26.07.24   09.30–14.00  1190 
26.08.24–30.08.24   09.30–14.00  1190 

What is Minecraft: Education Edition?

A game-based learning platform that promotes creativity, collaboration and problem solving in an immersive, digital environment. Educators in over 115 countries are using Minecraft: Education Edition across the curriculum.
Minecraft: Education Edition official site

What skills will the students develop?

Students will not only develop their language skills, but a range of 21st century skills. Some examples include:

  • Digital Literacy – by using a range of hardware, developing the language necessary to use and explain this hardware, as well as coding skills as part of the ‘Hour of code’ challenge
  • Creativity – Students can use Minecraft to express themselves by creating a range of items, landscapes and buildings
  • Global Citizenship – students can learn about the effects of deforestation and the global sustainable development goals through the game, and explore and share ways of making the world a better place  
  • Collaboration – students can explore and interact with virtual environments and work together to complete tasks and projects and give presentations as a team.

Are there any technical requirements for the course?

While the course is delivered as face-to-face, we will provide each child with a computer or tablet ensuring they can access the programme.