ANGLOVILLE JUNIOR PROGRAMMES

The Angloville Junior programme is a great opportunity for young native English-speakers to support ambitious youth aged 12-18 in their journey to fluency in English and higher education in English-speaking countries. Throughout these programmes you will have tons of fun during games, outdoor activities and laid-back speaking sessions, in the meantime learning about the local culture and meeting like-minded young travelers from around the world.

WHO ARE THE PARTICIPANTS?

On each program, there are around 40 teenage students aged 12-18 and around 20 English-speaking volunteers. Our teenage participants are primary and secondary school students, many of them have never had a chance to speak English with native speakers but want to gain confidence and fluency, some are already planning their university studies abroad. Our English-speaking volunteers are university students, recent graduates and other enthusiastic people aged 18-35. They like to travel, explore new places and cultures and help others. The various speaking sessions and other activities will give you a chance to get to know and make friends with our local participants and your fellow volunteers alike. Many of our volunteers still keep in touch even years after the programme, and sometimes even visit each other later.

A TYPICAL DAY

WHAT WILL MY DAY CONSIST OF?

First day

On the first day you will have a chance to get to know your group as the coordinators will introduce you to the programme. Later in the afternoon, you will participate in games  and the first speaking sessions. Each day you will take part in various 50-60 minute sessions; you will also work with your assigned mentees on their presentations. Meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) take an hour each and additionally, there is 1,5 hour of free time. After the whole day of sessions and activities, you will have a chance to rest and have fun in the evening during the social time. You are welcome to introduce and lead your favourite games!

Sessions

You will be doing mostly 2-on-1 (two students – one native speaker) and 1-on-1 speaking sessions but the programmes consist of group activities, cultural sessions, studying abroad sessions and a lot of fun games, sports activities and a field trip.

Activities

One of the main attractions of the junior programme is a field trip or a workshop. Depending on the venue, you may do some trekking, take a boat trip, bake a bread or make traditional Polish “pierogis”. At the end of the programme, all students will show their presentations and you will all receive the Angloville certificate of participation.

Description of the programme

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