IEP - Out on Campus!*

English outside the classroom is one of the unique aspects of the Intensive English Programme where students have the opportunity to undertake activities that take advantage of the beautiful Prem campus.

Today, students used mulch from the trees to create models of key concepts they have been learning about in class. Heidi and Emily constructed a mummy to represent their current unit of inquiry – ancient civilizations – whilst Jason created a pyramid.

Cara Templeton

Head of the Intensive English Programme

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