We launched Samiad to provide high quality language programmes to individuals and groups across the UK. Our main aim is to combine quality accommodation, very friendly and enthusiastic staff, and unique and high value excursions for all our programmes. We want to work with like-minded people, so when we choose our staff, partners and suppliers we are always looking for a long-term relationships and people that we get along with. When we first launched our summer school programme, we wanted to make sure that people would want to visit us again and would tell their friends and family about us. We hope that we have been able to do this and hope to continue to do so across our future programmes and campuses. We have grown from running the summer school programme at one campus in 2014 to offering nine programmes across four campuses for 2022! In addition to our summer school programmes, we are continuing to offer year-around group programmes from Central London. We are looking forward to 2020 and providing our award-nominated programmes to even more children and adults around the UK!
Why choose Samiad?
We are incredibly passionate about working for Samiad and we are constantly trying to offer more to the children and teenagers that attend our summer programmes. We focus on 4 main areas to achieve this:
- We have a market leading staff to student ratio of 1 to 6, enabling our staff to interact with your children to a greater extent as well ensuring a safer and more enjoyable environment.
- We offer unique, high value excursions, including our now OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or an immersive London experience! Click here to see more information about our overnight stays.
- We push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, including zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals. Click here to see more information about the range of activities we offer.
- We cap the number of students speaking any one language on site to 20% at any time, meaning there is greater interaction between children in an environment where English is the primary language used to communicate.