Exam Preparation

Cambridge Exam Preparation courses for children and teenagers

We offer engaging English summer camps in the UK for children and teenagers to practise the English they need for the Cambridge B2 First or C1 Advanced exams.

This three week specialist programme gives students the skills to prepare for the B2 First (FCE) or C1 Advanced (CAE) internationally recognised certificates of English language proficiency. These exams are often the gateway to international higher education. The course is designed to give students the vocabulary, grammar and confidence that they need to pass. We also offer IELTS exam preparation courses for children and teenagers.

Cambridge Exam Preparation course facts

Course code


Available at

Wycliffe College

Start dates

8 July, 15 July, 22 July, 29 July, 5 August

Age range

8 - 17

Course levels

Intermediate to Advanced

Hours per week

15 hours of General English,
8 hours of Cambridge exam preparation

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Summer Camp Prices & Dates

Check the price for any course at any of our Young Learner centres or contact us for a personalised quote.

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What is the Cambridge Exam Preparation course like?

Our English summer schools for children and teenagers are about discovering an exciting city in the UK, making memories and preparing for the future.

This three-week programme covers vocabulary, grammar and exam technique to help students prepare for either the B2 First (FCE) or C1 Advanced (CAE) Cambridge exam. Lessons are interactive and engaging, and are designed to support individual learning needs as much as possible. Outside of lessons, students will go on fun cultural trips and enjoy lots of creative social activities, keeping them busy from breakfast until bedtime.

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Course Outcomes

On completion of this course students will:

  • Have developed their language skills through practical activities and discussions.
  • Have developed their creativity and problem-solving skills.
  • Have a deeper understanding of the English culture.
  • Have experience working on projects in small groups.
  • Have improved their digital competency in the context of project work.
  • Be more confident in speaking English.
  • Have met and learned from English native-level speakers.
  • Have their English level assessed by the BSC level test.
  • Be a more independent learner and global citizen.
  • Have had a transformational learning experience and developed skills for life.
  • Will have had preparation for each part of the Cambridge exam.
  • Gained confidence in taking the Cambridge exam.
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Student Welfare

It’s important that your children are happy during their stay with us. Our summer camps are safe, welcoming environments for students.

Your child's welfare is important to us at every step of their visit. To help them have the safest, most comfortable stay, we carefully organise students into buddy groups, we serve a variety of healthy meal options, and ensure our experienced team members have everything they need to support young people on this programme. Additional services, such as airport pick-up, are also available on request.

We are here to help

If you have any questions about booking an English Summer Camp for your child then contact our friendly team.