Social life

 
 

Join Burlington for a full day trip to another city. This is a cheap and easy way to explore another place offering a different side to Britain. A coach will take you and bring you back, a knowledgeable guide accompanies the trip, gives a tour and it’s a cheaper than making your own way there.

Our social activities may be arranged by the school or by a third party agency.

 

 
Oxford

 

This charming city is known as the city of the dreaming spires. Wander around this delightful university city, visit the great hall where Harry Potter’s dining room was filmed. Discover the inspiration behind Alice in Wonderland. Dine in a squirrelled away pub where the cast of Harry Potter frequented. You can even try your hand at punting.

 

Suitable for: Young Learners and Adults

Price: From £20.00 - ask in the office for specific prices 

 
 

 
Cambridge

 

Cambridge is another famous university city steeped in history and impressive architecture. Sights include spectacular King’s College Chapel known for its impressive choir. Admire the bridge of sighs and the mathematical bridge. Wander around the quaint alleyways or simply relax in a quaint pub, café or restaurant. You can also while away the time by taking a leisurely punt on the river Cam and enjoy the views of the college ‘Backs’.

Suitable for: Young Learners and Adults

Price: From £25.00 - ask in the office for specific prices 

 

 
Brighton

 

Come and spend a day beside the sea. Potter around the lanes - a warren of cobbled streets. Go up on the BA i360 - a revolving tower overlooking the city. Experience the fun of the fair on the pier and try fish and chips in a well-reputed restaurant.

 

Suitable for: Young Learners and Adults

Price: From £25.00 - ask in the office for specific prices 

 

 
Portsmouth

 

This waterfront city is spread out on Portsea island. It is famous for its navel and maritime heritage. . Visit the resurrected Mary Rose, Henry VIII’s flagship. Or even go up on the Emirates Spinmaker Tower with views stretching for 23 miles. Portsmouth is the birthplace of Charles Dickens and was home to Arthur Conan Doyle, author of Sherlock Holmes and also Rudyard Kipling, author of the Jungle Book, all of whom are celebrated in local museums.

Suitable for: Young Learners and Adults

Price: From £25.00 - ask in the office for specific prices 

 

 
Bournemouth

 

Bournemouth is famous for its 7 miles of sandy beaches. Having its own micro-climate means it enjoys warmer weather than the rest of Britain. It also has 2,000 acres of glorious parks and gardens to enjoy. Don’t forget your bucket and spade!

Suitable for: Young Learners and Adults

Price: From £25.00 - ask in the office for specific prices 

 

 
Bath and Stonehenge

 

This stunning Roman city is one of the most magical in England. Visit the restored Roman baths and even try some sulphur water. Soak away your worries in a thermal roof top spa. This city is renowned for its Georgian stone and royal crescent.

Suitable for: Young Learners and Adults

Price: From £50.00 - ask in the office for specific prices 

 
 

 
Harry potter studio tour

 

Visit the magical world of Harry Potter. At the Warner brother studios see everything from the iconic sets which were used in the film, to the costumes used and find out how the special effects were created. You can even ride a broomstick. At the end of the tour buy a special souvenir from the studio shop.

Suitable for: Young Learners and Adults

Price: From £100.00 - ask in the office for specific prices 

 
 

 
Chessington world of adventures

 

Chessington world of adventure is two parks in one: a thrilling theme park with rides for both young and old. Also, a zoo and sealife centre. Come and watch a daily show such as a seal lion show or find out more about sharks or otters. Walk through an ocean tunnel. With over 40 rides and 1,000 animals it will be a fun day out for everyone.

Suitable for: Young Learners and Adults

Price: From £50.00 - ask in the office for specific prices 

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