English language courses

English language tuition plays a central role at Moorland Hall and courses have been running successfully for over 20 years. Our staff are experienced and well qualified and courses combine language tuition, team building, as well as memorable cultural visits and exciting outdoor activities. Our English teachers are all experienced and highly qualified to teach English language to overseas learners. We concentrate on making lessons fun, but with a specific language aim. During their stay at Moorland Hall, our students will grow in confidence and ability in their spoken English.

Our recipe for success includes our welcoming and caring family atmosphere, our focus on safety and welfare and our combined programme of Englishtuition and outdoor activities. Our students leave Moorland Hall with many wonderful memories as well as a greater competence and confidence in written and spoken English.

The landscape and history of Devon and Cornwall are an integral part of the English language experience at Moorland Hall and the whole programme will provide you with the opportunity to be immersed in the culture of this unique area.

Our highly trained outdoor activities staff have regular meetings with the English language teachers to ensure that the learning aims in the lessons are continued through the day and evening activities.

Years of experience has shown us that this approach has provided all our guests with a unique and effective learning environment.  Many young people come back for more because of the combination of excellent teaching, an enjoyable and varied activity programme and the beautiful and historic environment. Find out more on English Language tuition.

For further details of the activity programme visit Outdoor Activities. We also have plenty of indoor entertainment such as table tennis and billiards. A wide variety of board games are always available which is another way of encouraging our students to practice speaking in English!

Accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English in the UK