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Moira House – Eastbourne – Ages 8-17

This is a day and boarding school, was founded in 1875. It lies in an attractive location, nestled between the Sussex Downs and the English Channel, in a quiet residential area of Eastbourne, about 10-15 minutes walk from the town centre and the seafront.

Moira House offers a stimulating learning experience. Their dedicated staff, ensure an exciting, fun but safe environment for both study and enjoyment. Staff are residential, living within the comfortable boarding houses, eating with the with the students and sharing their leisure time.

2 weeks course

From 30 June to 10 August 2019

Package includes:

  • 15 hours per week  of English lessons in multinational classes
  • Residential Accommodation in shared rooms
  • Full Board
  • Afternoon Sports and Activity Programme
  • Evening Entertainment  Programme
  • 2 full day excursions (over a two weeks’stay)
  • 1 half day excursion per week (over a two weeks’stay)
  • All study materials
  • Laundry service
  • Use of computers and internet access facilities
  • 24 hour staff supervision
  • Insurance


Please note more intensive programmes are available. Contact us for more information

Homestay is available on request. Contact us for more information.

If you are booking a residential course after 15th April, please contact us  to check availability of places before booking online

If you need a VISA, please contact us  before booking online.


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Excursions include

  • London
  • Hastings
  • Hever Castle
  • Brighton

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Students at  Moira will have 15 hours of classes per week, split across 5 mornings. Class sizes are small, with minimum 12 years of age) a maximum of 12 students per class, to ensure that all students  are provided with exciting and motivating lessons and get more personal attention from the teachers. Classes are taught by mother tongue, highly qualified teachers with specific expertise and experience in teaching young learners.

Every student' s knowledge of English is assessed on arrival to ensure placement in the appropriate level. Each student' s progress is monitored throughout their stay, including weekly progress checks, and a certificate is awarded on departure. Students also receive a written report from their teachers.



At Moira House students are accommodated in comfortable dormitories. Boys and girls accommodation is completely separate.

Students share rooms of minimum 2 and maximum 5 beds, some rooms are single. Rooms are comfortable and well furnished and there are plenty of showers and toilets - all clean and well maintained.

Qualified First Aid staff are on site at all times. Doctors are nearby. Passports, tickets and pocket money are kept secure by the Course Director on arrival.



8 to 12

13 to 17



At the Moira House residential summer camp students are accommodated in comfortable dormitories of mainly two to five beds with shared showers and toilets. There are plenty of shower rooms and toilets available and all are clean and well maintained. We make every effort to ensure that rooms are shared with children of different nationalities and of similar age so that they continue speaking English outside of the classroom and make new friends. Parents may request for their child to share with a particular friend and this will be considered but cannot always be guaranteed.

At the Moira House residential summer camp there is a social room in each boarding house where children can watch TV/DVDs, listen to music, play board games, etc. This is usually the place where children relax with a hot chocolate drink before bedtime. Our professional and experienced staff are residential within the boarding houses to ensure safety and 24 hour supervision.



At the Moira House residential summer camp there is a good choice of healthy and balanced meals served at mealtimes, including English and international. There is always a vegetarian option on the menu, as well as fresh fruit and various salads. Staff always eat their meals with the students which encourages English conversation.Snacks and drinks are also available at break times and during the evenings.



This summer programme offers a well-balanced timetable of English tuition, sport and fun activities combined with outings to recreational and cultural centres. The school has superb facilities including:

  • Sports hall
  • Heated indoor swimming pool
  • Well maintained sports fields
  • Drama/dance studio
  • Art room
  • Cookery room
  • Tennis courts
  • First class concert/assembly hall

During the afternoons there is a choice of 4-6 activity options, at least two of which are non-sporting. Activities include, for example, football, basketball, swimming, rugby, hockey, rounders, table tennis, cricket, volleyball, water polo, yoga, dance, cookery, board games, drama, walk on the Downs, jewellery making, art and craft, origami, music and many more!

Every Friday afternoon, students have the opportunity to visit  Eastbourne town centre and/or the beach Every Friday evening there is a BBQ followed by a formal presentation of prizes and leavers’ certificates followed by a disco.

Evening entertainment can include quiz games, themed nights such as Harry Potter or Sherlock Holmes, talent shows, discos, beach games, film nights just to name a few.



Excursions, which change weekly, take place  on a Wednesday and Sunday. A full day in London is included, as well as other places of cultural interest.  The school's staff always accompany students on all visits. Below are some examples of trips:

  • National Portrait Gallery, sightseeing in London; Big BenHouses of ParliamentWestminster, Downing Street, Trafalgar Square and shopping
  • Seven Sisters and Cuckmere Haven – to include a walk along the beautiful scenic countryside to the beach and a choice of various activities such as raft building, mountain biking, den building, etc.
  • Buckingham Palace state rooms tour, watching the Changing of the Guard, picnic in St James`s Park and Leicester Square
  • Hastings – Smugglers Caves,  Hastings Castle and the 1066 Story followed by a walk in the old town and beach
  • Science Museum London, visit to Harrods, picnic in Hyde Park and walk in the Kensington area
  • Hever Castle, once home of Anne Boleyn, castle grounds and water maze
  • Brighton – sightseeing, pier, pavilion, beach, the Lanes and shopping

All excursions, including entrance fees and tickets, are included in the weekly course fee. There are no additional costs.


Please note that for transfers outside the times of 9.00am to 7.00pm there will be a supplement. Children under the age of 16 who travel alone will have to take the Unaccompanied Minor Service.
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