London & St Paul's Cathedral
 
Sir Christopher Wren's magnificent monument to religion built after the Great Fire of London is just one of the many sights you could enjoy in the Capital.

London & St Paul's Cathedral

 

Sir Christopher Wren's magnificent monument to religion built after the Great Fire of London is just one of the many sights you could enjoy in the Capital.

Edinburgh at Night
 
The mixture of old and new architecture on the Edinburgh skyline is an impressive combination.

 
 
 
 

Edinburgh at Night

 

The mixture of old and new architecture on the Edinburgh skyline is an impressive combination.

 

 

 

 

Windsor Castle
 
Windsor is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world and just one of the official residences of the Royal Family.

Windsor Castle

 

Windsor is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world and just one of the official residences of the Royal Family.

Cardiff Castle
 
Just one of the stunning locations you could visit while on an ETS-UK programme in Cardiff.

Cardiff Castle

 

Just one of the stunning locations you could visit while on an ETS-UK programme in Cardiff.

Edinburgh Castle
 
Edinburgh World Heritage Site offers many fabulous attractions for visitors including its famous castle.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Edinburgh Castle

 

Edinburgh World Heritage Site offers many fabulous attractions for visitors including its famous castle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Millennium Stadium - Cardiff
 
The stadium is the home of the Welsh national rugby team, as well as offering a stunnning modern venue to international music stars. 

The Millennium Stadium - Cardiff

 

The stadium is the home of the Welsh national rugby team, as well as offering a stunnning modern venue to international music stars. 

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Reflections of the Highlands

The Highland Blog: After crossing the Firth of Forth - viewing the Forth Rail and Road Bridges – exchange students and ETS staff left the central region of Scotland. Passing Loch Leven, where Mary Queen of Scots was held prisoner, our first stop was at Pitlochry were we walked down towards the Hydro Power Station and Fish Ladder. Just ten minutes up the road we stopped to see the beautiful views down Loch Tummel towards Loch Rannoch. On the return to the main road I shared some history of the Soldiers Leap at Killicrankie and we had a stop for lunch there to describe the Jacobite uprising in the 1700s with a look at the massive jump made by one of the fleeing English soldiers.

Read more: Reflections of the Highlands

Summer School 2014

Summer School 2014 - It’s not too late to book your groups or family member onto one of the ETS-UK summer school stays. ETS have been running summer schools for over 20 years and our teachers and staff are some of the very best to be found in the industry.

Our locations are safe and well equipped. We have highly qualified staff to teach and mentor your students in their lessons, activities and excursions. We aim to occupy as much of their time here as possible. In order to increase their usage and experience of the English language, with host families and newfound friends, we provide a jam-packed and affordable programme.

Read more: Summer School 2014

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