Media

Video, Photography and Films created by CLAC students and staff.
 

General

CLAC was founded in 1985 with the idea of bringing International students together for summer language classes to study and experience natural language exchange. It is a unique idea that is still part of CLAC’s ethos and drives what we do today. From the start CLAC has operated like a family, both in terms of management and the atmosphere of the summer classes.
 

Can’t Stop the Feeling – Filmmaking

Music video workshop project by Cambridge Language and Activity Courses (CLAC) students and teachers performing "CAN'T STOP THE FEELING!” by Justin Timberlake.  Special thank you to all students, teachers and staff who took part.
 

Accommodation

Accommodation is full board with breakfast, lunch, dinner and break-time snacks. Both of our courses are held in beautiful, safe, countryside schools, where CLAC can make the most of the on-site learning facilities as well as the fresh outdoors for its integrated activity programme.
 

Lush Life by Great Ballard

Music video workshop project by Cambridge Language and Activity Courses (CLAC) students and teachers at GREAT BALLARD school performing "LUSH LIFE” by Lara Larsson Special thank you to all students, teachers and staff who took part.
 

CLAC Film

CLAC was founded in 1985 with the idea of bringing International students together for summer language classes to study and experience natural language exchange. It is a unique idea that is still part of CLAC’s ethos and drives what we do today. From the start CLAC has operated like a family, both in terms of management and the atmosphere of the summer classes.
 

Last One Standing – Filmmaking

Student Project: A charming young family has just moved into an old English countryside manor. As a long forgotten past emerges, their lives spiral out of control during a mad week when the border between reality and fantasy blurs.
 

Activities

The Social Programme provides an opportunity for students to relax, meet up with their friends and practise their English through fun activities.Every afternoon after classes there are sports, excursions and events that make the most of what CLAC and the surrounding area have to offer.
 

CLAC ”Sax” Flash Mob

Cambridge Language and Activity Courses presents: "SAX Flash Mob in Chichester (UK)''. Dancers: Alexander, Alice, Antonia, Artur, Camilla, Diana, Fenne, Francis, Giancarlo, Giulia, Ivan, Jacopo, Jem (Michael), Jonas, Maria, Sina, Sebastian, Nikita, Hughie, Debbie, Holly and Ingrid. Directed and Choreographed by: Jerome Apolda. Chichester, 5th August 2017.
 

Learning

The CLAC English learning programme aims to give students maximum bene t during their stay with us by linking what is studied in the classroom with the language that students will need out of class. In this way students immediately get to practise what they have learnt, which builds both con dence and uency. And it certainly builds more friendships!
 

Our Schools

Our course at Great Ballard and Slindon College are a language immersion experience with 100 hours of English each week, ultimate All Inclusive core programme, outstanding welfare and British students for natural language exchange.
 

Student Testimonial

Testimonial of a CLAC student who attended our course at Corpus Christi.  CLAC summer school course is a unique opportunity to live and study in Cambridge like a real University student.
 

Friendships

A CLAC course makes lifelong friends. It was CLAC students themeselves who invented the phrase ‘’CLAC friends are friends forever’’.A CLAC course is designed around speaking English all day – from breakfast until bedtime – that’s around 100 hours absorbing English each week. 
 

”Mama” – Music Video

Here is the CLAC 2017 lip sync extravaganza featuring Students and Staff from Great Ballard School. Students spent some time in workshops to decide what would be filmed, learn words and actually film.