- Minimum age: 16
- Maximum class size: 15 students
- Class duration: 1 hour = 60 minutes
- Start dates: any Monday
- Minimum duration: 1 week
- Entry requirements: minimum English level is A2
We can organise cycling with English breaks for groups or individuals. It doesn't matter if you just want leisurely cycle trips around the city or countryside or if you are a serious cyclist who would like to go out on training rides with the local Road or Mountain bike cycling clubs. We can even enter you in local cycling events.
What does the package include?
Monday to Friday you have English lessons with a lively group of international students at our school. In the afternoons you discover all that Edinburgh and the local world famous cycle routes have to offer accompanied by a cycling English teacher who knows the routes (and more importantly where the cake shops are). Saturday & Sunday you head out into the highlands for full days of cycle routes, planned out for their beauty and scenery. In the evening you relax your tired muscles in a traditional Scottish Inn and don't feel at all guilty about the huge meal you are about to eat.
I think this school helped me to learn English. I have made good progress
The lessons were great! I have learnt a lot!
The materials are useful and interesting especially because of our teacher - DJ! He is a fantastic teacher, very friendly, and the staff is kind, fantastic school indeed!
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