Warminster School , Warminster
The School has a long and fascinating history and today incorporates four schools, plus a convent, in one. It was founded in 1707 . The doorway is believed to have been designed as the main entrance to Longleat House by Sir Christopher Wren, who was born locally, in 1663 on the occasion of the visit by King Charles II and Queen Catherine.
The accommodation is in traditional boarding houses with maninly multi-bedded rooms with some single rooms available.
- Summer Courses
- Suitable for Groups and Individual Students
- Trinity Examination Available
- Adult Student Ratio 1:10
- European City Tours Available
A typical day with Ardmore.
Students have three hours of English lessons per day from Monday to Friday, with the lessons divided into two parts.
Part One: Language input, which involves using grammar and vocabulary in various tasks/exercises.
Part Two: Fluency/practice activities aimed at developing fluency through specific tasks like designing a website or poster, conducting a classroom survey or even producing/acting in a short play.
We offer a wide range of activities, which may include: Football, Arts & Crafts, Dance, Tennis, Basketball, etc.
Evening entertainment programme may include Talent Show, Disco, Quiz Nights, Film Nights, Sports Tournaments and more options.
Emphasis on communication helps students to use English for a variety of purposes and in various situations. Our aim is to build students' knowledge and confidence in understanding and speaking English.
Nearby attractions and Excursions
There’s plenty to see and do for a half day, or even an full day around Warminster and nearby. Visits to Bristol Suspension Bridge and Museum are loved by students and teachers alike.
Alternatively there are half day excursions more local to the campus, which include a trip to Bath and Salisbury Cathedral.