Book your Young Learner Course

It’s very easy to book a course.

Follow these instructions:

  1. Complete the enrolment form below and submit it to CAE.
  2. CAE will check your form and confirm your booking subject to availability.
  3. Payment of your GBP200 deposit can be made by either bank transfer or card.
  4. When we have received your deposit, CAE will send you official documents, including joining instructions, confirming your booking.
1. Student details
2. Home contact details
3. Emergency contact details

This person should be available 24 hours a day.

4. Course Details

For course dates and fees please click here.

Course dates are shown Monday to Friday.
Arrival date for each course is Sunday. Departure date for each course is Saturday.

Please select the course(s) you wish to enrol for:

Teenage Homestay Courses (14-16 years)

CAE Girton, Cambridge


Teenage Residential Courses (14-17 years)

CAE at Princess Helena College


Teenage Residential Courses (12-15 years)

CAE at Old Buckenham Hall


Children's Residential Courses (9-13 years)

CAE at Moreton Hall

5. What is your level of English?

Beginner The student has little or no knowledge or experience of English Common European Framework
Elementary The student knows all basic greetings and can ask and answer simple questions. The student has very basic knowledge of grammar, but cannot yet hold a conversation. A1
Lower Intermediate The student can hold a basic conversation (eg describing family), though sometimes only with help. Some knowledge of grammar, including past and future time. A2
Intermediate The student can hold a basic conversation without difficulty, but is not yet able to discuss more complex subjects (eg emotions or political opinions, imaginary situations). The student still makes some basic grammatical mistakes. B1
Upper Intermediate The student can discuss some complex subjects fluently (though others still cause difficulty). Common grammatical constructions cause no problem. B2
Lower Advanced The student can now discuss a wide range of subjects, though with occasional mistakes in vocabulary and grammar. The student can write with few grammatical errors. C1
Advanced The student can discuss a wide range of complex subjects, and only specialist vocabulary causes problems. The student can read authentic English (newspapers and magazines) without difficulty. Mistakes are now in style rather than structure. Some students can even distinguish between, and reproduce, different styles of speaking and writing. C2
6. How did you first hear of the Cambridge Academy of English?
7. Travel Arrangements (if available)

Do NOT book flights until booking confirmation is received. Inclusive airport transfer must be between 09.00 and 19.00.

Arrival

Departure

8. Medical and Welfare Information