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We offer English language courses in London for closed groups of students aged 8-17.

We offer courses for groups at our school in Bayswater (central London, Zone 1) and also at our residential campus at Chalfont St. Giles (outer London, Zone 7)

  • Ideal for groups of school children coming to London for a great cultural experience
  • Make progress in an environment with your friends
  • Come when you want and study what you want – courses can be designed on an individual basis throughout the year, from January to December!
  • LSC Stanton can help to arrange homestay and residence accommodation, social events, airport transfers, London travelcards

We work with a number of groups each year from locations as diverse as Argentina, Brazil, China, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Russia and Saudi Arabia!   

Why LSC Stanton?

Many of these groups come back to us again and again because of our affordable prices, quality tuition, pleasant and safe accommodation, and the professional and friendly manner in which our team manage the logistics of their stay in London. 

What are typical group characteristics?

Our experience teaches us that groups typically have the following characteristics:  

GROUP SIZE – approx. 15 students with one group leader 

COURSE- Standard General English course, 20 lessons per week, in the morning or late afternoon 

ACCOMMODATION - at Bayswater, we offer full board accommodation in homestay or residence accommodation in shared rooms (e.g. twin rooms). At Chalfont, accommodation is in residence in single rooms with shared bathrooom facilities.

AIPORT TRANSFER - to and from the relevant London airport (Heathrow, Gatwick etc)

SOCIAL EVENTS - 3 or 4 social activities in the London area during the week, one excursion outside London at the weekend

However, no group is the same. We are pleased to work with groups with as few as 8 students, and as many as 60 students. That’s why, each group has a LSC Stanton Group Co-ordinator, who helps plan each day of the trip so as to ensure that the group is able to focus on enjoying its time in London.  

Tuition can be in our international groups, or can be in closed groups, according to the age and ability of the students. Accommodation can be arranged in homestay and / or residence accommodation. All accommodation used by the school is inspected and monitored regularly to make sure the highest standards are maintained. We work directly with accommodation providers and also with with accommodation agencies in order to ensure good quality accommodation.

LSC Stanton is committed to offering competitive prices, and will be pleased to offer free accommodation to group leaders.   

How much does it cost?

Our experience tells us that every group has different requirements, so we work hard at preparing customised quotations for each group. We always take into consideration the financial budget of each group and our promise is to provide excellent value for money.

What next?

If you would like more information please fill in the form on the contact us page and one of our team will reply to you within 2 working days.

Alternatively if you would like our team to work on a specially designed group quotation do  please send the group quote questionnaire to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



This level builds on vocabulary, revising and developing grammar for more sophisticated interaction. Students learn to communicate on a variety of topics: asking for and giving directions, making suggestions, talking about free-time activities, describing feelings.


Students learn techniques to increase their vocabulary while grammatical concepts are revised and reinforced. Skills and functions include: talking about the weather, giving advice, talking about ability, expressing obligation and necessity.


Students learn how to refine and develop vocabulary topics and areas of grammatical competency. Functions include: asking for and giving personal information, making future predictions, giving instructions, talking about character and emotions, discussing hypothetical situations.