Atlas Language School is delighted to provide the opportunity for our junior students to combine language learning and football training with the world’s largest club, Real Madrid. This programme is run in conjunction with the Real Madrid Foundation and takes place in our Chichester campus in the UK. This year is the 9th edition of this exclusive soccer camp in which students from all around the world have participated. Unlike many other soccer camps we have official Real Madrid coaches delivering all training sessions, providing our students with a fantastic opportunity to learn from the best. This programme allows students to learn English, improve their soccer skills, and immerse themselves in the Real Madrid ethos.
Campus: University of Chichester
Our programme takes place in the University of Chichester and offers a variety of courses. The university is just a 10 minute walk to the historic town centre and has state of the art facilities including a newly-built sports complex, large spacious classrooms, a fully-equipped canteen, shops, library, computer labs and much more.
Features of University of Chichester include:
State-of-the-art spacious classrooms
Student computer room and WiFi
Large common areas for students to use at break and lunchtime
Indoor and outdoor sports facilities available nearby
Large, fully equipped canteen serving hot food
The accommodation is on campus in modern, apartment style complexes with shared bathrooms, living room and kitchen. The students are housed across different buildings, split by age and gender. There is an Atlas staff member living in each building.
Features of the Residence include:
Twin rooms with shared bathroom
Shared kitchen and living room for every 4 to 6 rooms)
Large, comfortable common area
Breakfast, hot lunch and hot dinner provided in canteen
1 half-day and 1 full day excursions per week (e.g. London, Brighton or Portsmouth)
All course materials
End of course certificate
Junior Fluency (JP20)
20 Lessons per week (45 minutes each)
1 Lesson = 45 minutes
Our theme-based syllabus has been developed around young learners’ needs and interests. In class there is a focus on communicative English with lots of small-group and pair-work activity. During the football training sessions and activities students use English to further expand their learning in fun and challenging contexts.