The camps will take place in Abondance in the French Alps and in Wanze, Belgium. At both locations, participants will learn and practice either French or English during daily lessons. .
InterCamps’ all-inclusive package covers board, daily activities and excursions. Activities included in the sample timetable include team building workshops, film nights and themed parties.
“We decided that it was time for us to take this big step”
Laurent Potier, director at French organisation Move and Study, said the program was created as the result of the post-pandemic demand for in-country language camps directed towards young learners.
“That’s why we decided that it was time for us to take this big step and launch an operation in the countries where our agencies are located,” Potier added.
The collaboration with UK-based SUL Education aims to boost the program’s social activities. Students will have the opportunity to take part in a “global project” and participate with other young people around the world.
“SUL’s mission is to create the best junior courses under 18’s on the planet,” said Slavas Palkevicius, director of SUL Education. “Our partnership with InterCamps is no exception. InterCamps’ ideal locations, the new European experience, and the SUL League motivation system all fit perfectly into our mission’s fulfilment”.
LEA’s founder, Dorian Maillet, said he was “delighted” by the new partnership and “to be able to provide this year a wider range of destinations, always with the same objective: a lifetime experience for all our students”.