For another year, the Palos de la Frontera City Council, in collaboration with the Cepsa Foundation, offers Language immersion scholarships in England For the best academic records of the Carabellas Institute of Secondary Education. The Consistory is committed to providing youth and quality education to Palermo students, and to promoting the learning of foreign languages.
The program was born over 20 years ago to reward outstanding Palermo students with the opportunity to improve their English by staying abroad during the summer. A great academic experience Which combines the training part with activities of a social and recreational nature.
The scholarship consists of fully funding a one-month language immersion course in the UK, specifically in Torquay, in the south of the country. In this way, students with the best grades 3 and 4 of ESO and 1 and 2 of their baccalaureate for the academic year 2022/2023 You will be able to enjoy an extended stay in a foreign countryand facilitate direct learning of the English language, as well as new cultures.
This Thursday he was there instructions With young people who have benefited from this scholarship at the local town hall. Accompanied by their parents, the Mayor of Palos, Carmelo Romero, the Education Consultant, Teresa García and the representative of the Moguer Academy, the company that will manage the trip and accommodation, Ana Parales, they detailed all the details of the trip and the course.
The Palos de la Frontera City Council and the Cepsa Foundation fund the entire experiment, Including travel, accommodation and foodTraining trips and lessons. The educational option for young people from Palermo will be covered, but they will also enjoy free time as they will be able to do different cultural and leisure activities.
According to the mayor, it is about Learn a language that knows the country, culture and its people. Outdoor activities, cultural excursions, and meetings with other students favor healthy recreation, fun, and facilitation of knowledge. In addition, as noted by Carmelo Romero, “It is necessary in these times to have a good academic training and for this it is necessary to have a second language.”