Adventurers age 7-12

Adventurers is a high-quality primary camp for young learners aged 7 to 12.  Adventurers offer a wide range of curriculum subjects studied through the medium of English and we teach English according to the can-do principles of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Students can put their learning into practice and have fun whilst learning.
The results are truly amazing. Children blossom at Academic Summer; they grow in confidence and learn about themselves: what they want to achieve and what they need to do to reach their goals.  We celebrate our Adventurers' successes, encouraging them to be proud of their achievements.


This academic camp is for your child if they want an adventure and:

  • are looking for a well-supervised course aimed at young learners
  • are looking for a stimulating and enjoyable summer learning experience 
  • want your child to meet and communicate with other children from a wide range of countries and cultures 
  • ​are seeking a course that offers English and other academic subjects suitable for the primary age group 
  • are thinking of sending your child to a UK preparatory school but would like to observe how they cope on a short-term, non-committal basis

The timetable typically includes the following subjects and is centred around a weekly theme:                     
  • English
  • applied maths
  • sciences
  • social studies
  • IT
  • arts
  • music & drama
  • presentation skills
Lessons are cross-curricular. Your child will study a topic or participate in a project that may include science, mathematics, and geography. Your child might be in a history lesson whilst developing their drama, design technology and even geography skills. They will be taught by experienced primary school teachers who know how children learn best. 

The facts:

Age: 7 to 12
Class size: Maximum 12
Medium of instruction: English
The minimum level of English: A2
Hours of learning: 15 hours of lesson plus afternoon activities


Young learners from beginners to native speakers of English,  have enjoyed great success in Adventurers due to its inclusive, nurturing, yet challenging nature

Personal Best 

We see each person as an individual with the potential to develop and help others grow. We want to help Adventurers to learn how to achieve their personal best. 

We encourage students to set targets and keep a diary and folder of their work. Through praise and encouragement, we help them see how far they have come and how much they can do if they continue to work hard, thus enabling them to succeed in their academic and social lives.  
The Personal Best philosophy is shared by all staff of Academic Summer, and as a team, we help students achieve their personal best. 

LONDON: trips every afternoon 

Adventurers in London will be able to explore the city every afternoon - Houses of Parliament, Shakespeare's Globe, Tower Bridge, Diana Memorial Playground, Buckingham Palace, Natural History Museum, London Eye and Kidzania are just some of the attractions we will visit. We will get competitive during our sports days in Hyde Park or St James Park before having a traditional afternoon tea.   We will chill out back at school on Thursday afternoons with crafts and activity afternoons on campus.   

Please see below a sample week and on the right a more detailed leisure programme for 2023