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UK: Bell to open young learner centre, St Albans

The language chain Bell is to open a year-round young learner centre in St Albans, UK, this month aimed at 12-17 year olds. Bell St Albans is based at a Grade II listed Victorian building set in 60 acres of countryside, and offers English language and activity-based programmes.
March 19 2013
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The language chain Bell is to open a year-round young learner centre in St Albans, UK, this month aimed at 12-17 year olds. Bell St Albans is based at a Grade II listed Victorian building set in 60 acres of countryside, and offers English language and activity-based programmes.

Tony Anderson, Director of Sales and Marketing at Bell said: “We are further expanding our young learner centres to ensure we have availability year-round to meet the growing demand of our international students.”

“We are further expanding our young learner centres to ensure we have availability year-round”

Starting next week, courses will combine English language learning with indoor and outdoor activities such as football, cricket and volleyball.

The company said that the new venue, which was originally built as a convent, offers “a safe and peaceful environment where students learn by doing”.

It is also under an hour from tourist hotspots Cambridge, Oxford and London.

In the last ten years, Bell has taught more than 100,000 students from over 90 countries at its UK schools, while expanding its operations abroad. The company will open a young learners summer centre at Wymondham College, Norfolk, this July.

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