Many international students prefer to learn the English language in England as it can be easier to pick up the language if you are surrounded by people who natively speak that language. There are many ways to go about this, whether it’s studying in an English school, staying with a family, or staying on an English language homestay whereby you live with your tutors family.
Lady Caroline Wrey, situated in the beautiful countryside in North Devon, provides an English language homestay from her eighteenth century farmhouse for international students, families and groups. This is a great way to learn the language, the culture and the English ways as students will have lessons with Caroline, go on cultural excursions and live in an English home with an English family.
Caroline Wrey has a vast amount of experience in teaching of all ages, including foreign language teaching and specialist teaching. She has also had a successful career in writing and her six books on curtain design, entertaining and soft furnishings are still being sold today. Caroline is also a professional cook so all meals are made using only home-grown, home-reared and locally sourced produce and ingredients.
A typical day on an English language homestay course consists of two hour-long tuition lessons, an afternoon excursion and independent time to work on homework set earlier in the day. All meals will be eaten with your tutor which will give students more time to converse in the lamguage in a more casual way than in lessons. Extra one-to-one tuition lessons are also available with Caroline at an extra charge.
This English language homestay in North Devon is perfect for international students, families, groups or individuals who want to study the language in the heart of a traditional home in England. School trips for up to fourteen students can be accommodated for with one or two teachers. Families and large groups are also easily accommodated, as are individuals.
This English language homestay accommodation is at Hollamoor Farm, a beautiful eighteenth century farmhouse surrounded by 400 acres of land that are free to be explored by all students. As well as this, there will be cultural excursions to various places such as the Tarka Trail Bicycle Path, the Cobbaton Tank Museum, Pannier markets and Clovelly Village.
To find out more about this English language homestay, visit the website or contact Caroline Wrey.