Although technically closer to France, this island is distinctly British and distinctly one-of-a-kind. Taking English courses in Jersey means getting familiar with the island banknotes and coins, a unique history and government, and namesake cows. It's also an offshore financial centre,...
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Although technically closer to France, this island is distinctly British and distinctly one-of-a-kind. Taking English courses in Jersey means getting familiar with the island banknotes and coins, a unique history and government, and namesake cows. It's also an offshore financial centre, a cultural mix of people and food, and a stunning landscape all rolled into one island of 118 sq. kilometers. As the local Norman-French language Jerriais is slowly dying out, you get to practice your language skills with the locals who now speak mostly English. Like most islands, Jersey has a beautiful coastline, complete with rugged cliffs and unspoiled sandy beaches. Slide into your beach chair and read a book, walk the winding trails along the oceanfront, or cycle tranquil country roads. There are plenty of lighthouses, farmlands and quiet coves to explore. History buffs can visit the Jersey War Tunnels, as well as the Military Museum housed in a former German bunker. Families will love the Durrell Wildlife Park, the Elizabeth and Mont Orgueil castles, and the plentiful gardens that dot the island landscape. The capital of the island, Saint Helier, offers all the amenities you need, from designer shopping and high-end jewelry to French bistros and nightly entertainment. Do not miss the Central Market, full of fresh Jersey produce, and Jersey Museum. Even while attending English school in Jersey, you're never too far from the mainland. There are frequent ferry rides and flights to France and England, and when you start to miss that sweet island life, trips back to Jersey are just as quick and easy.
Our 50+ programme combines a course of English lessons in the morning with a selection of afternoon and evening activities designed to appeal to mature adult students who want to enjoy Jersey’s tourist attractions and beautiful scenery in the company of other people of the same age-group.
The activity and social programme includes coastal and country walks, excursions to Jersey’s main historical sites and social evenings where students can get to know each other better (and practise their
English) in a relaxed...
Students take part in 30 lessons per week in small classes, 20 of which are within a group and the remaining 10 are one-to-one. This allows students to benefit from the interactions of a group, as well as focus on their preferred areas in private lessons.
Available throughout the summer, this programme is available for 17 to 24 year olds and includes 19 hours of English tuition. It consists of lessons in the mornings and on two afternoons, and two afternoons of active sports or water based activities, such as surfing, cycling, kayaking, speed boat tours.
This course combines morning lessons with a range of exciting activities in Jersey, such as surfing, RIB tour, bowling, banana boats, kayaking, paddle boarding aerial trekking. Optional evening & weekend activities are also offered, such as cinema, disco, sports evening, beach games and a BBQ.
Our Business English programme has been designed to meet the needs of those who use English regularly in the workplace.
It combines General English lessons in the morning, with dedicated Business lessons in the afternoon.
St Brelade's College prepares trainees for the Trinity College London CertTESOL - one of the most widely recognised teaching qualifications (accepted by the British Council & most language schools). The course runs in March and October and lasts for four weeks.
*Prices are subject to change without notice due to exchange rates.