**To support efforts to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, your child can now choose to take our English level test at home or at our English Language Centre.** 

**Under the guidelines of the Education Bureau, the British Council will operate according to the rules of the Vaccine Pass, starting from 24 February 2022. Entry to our premises will require the Vaccine Pass. In line with the same rules, our Young Learner students are exempted.**

Learning English is easier when it’s fun.

Have fun and learn with us this Summer!

Develop your English and study skills to succeed at school and prepare for the future. 

More than a one-way tutorial style of teaching, the methods used in our secondary and DSE summer courses give you lots of opportunities to use your English skills with our experienced teachers and your classmates through practical and engaging real-life activities. You will also receive personalised feedback and learn strategies that will help you tackle your school exams, the DSE and future academic work.

Our summer courses

  • are taught in an English-speaking environment and include lots of practical activities to help you improve your study skills
  • are taught with constant interaction with our experienced teachers, whose aim is to improve your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills
  • establish critical thinking skills and widen your horizons through a variety of themes and topics.

Register for selected courses this summer, in September 2022, and in February 2023 consecutively and receive a HK$1,500 discount* on your February course fees.

New students register summer courses to enjoy extra discount up to 15% off*. Book a free English level test* or course consultation now! Please call us on 2913 5100 for details.

When an existing student refers a new student to our summer courses, both the new student and the existing student will receive a HK$100 course voucher*.

You can also enjoy up to 12 months of interest-free installments* when you pay with designated credit cards.

Download the timetable at the bottom of this page.

*Terms and conditions apply.

S1 Step Up to Secondary (Jul and/or Aug)

Moving from primary to secondary school can be an exciting experience, but can also seem like quite a big bridge to cross. On this course, we aim to help you cross that bridge, as you may be expected to use more English in secondary school.

The course is based around some of the school subjects that you will study in Secondary 1, and explores topics and issues, such as travelling and the environment that are relevant to your daily life. Activities in the lessons are designed to encourage natural communication, through individual, pair, group and whole-class activities. Join us and

  • learn useful and functional language for secondary school
  • learn vocabulary connected with school subjects
  • improve your pronunciation and intonation during presentations
  • develop your collaboration and group interaction skills
  • learn how to use interesting ways to extend ideas and language.

S1–S2 Confident Public Speaking (Jul)

This course will help you overcome your fear of speaking to an audience. You will work with your classmates in a supportive way to become better at speeches, presentations and debates. You will

  • discover the power of note-taking
  • learn how to use pronunciation effectively to deliver your message
  • develop ways to structure your views to make sure your listeners understand your ideas.

S1–S2 Cambridge Exam Preparation (Aug)

Maximise your success with the internationally recognised examinations Cambridge English: A2 Key for Schools and B1 Preliminary for Schools. Our course focuses on different aspects of the exam. You will learn exam strategies through taking part in engaging activities and exam practice.

Success in Key for Schools (KET for Schools)

Success in Preliminary for Schools (PET for Schools)

For entry requirements and special offers* on Cambridge English Qualifications, please call our Customer Services staff on 2913 5100 for details. 

*The special offers are only applicable to existing British Council students or students who have completed a British Council course within the last six months. Terms and conditions apply.

S2 Crime and Mystery (Aug)

In this course, you will be working with your classmates to complete story-based projects. Join us and

  • learn how to express your opinions and discuss and compare your ideas during the project
  • learn vocabulary for talking about crime, justice and people
  • develop your fluency and confidence in speaking through participating in a range of communicative activities
  • review and practise grammar used in narratives
  • develop writing skills and techniques that will help you write a story, a film review and a newspaper article
  • get tips on making a film pitch and improve your confidence when presenting.

S3–S4 Trending Now (Aug)

Put your creativity and the language you acquire during our classes to practical use by working with other students in the class to complete a social media-based project. Join us and

  • learn how to express your opinions and discuss and compare ideas about social media
  • develop language and techniques for writing digital content for different audiences and presenting this
  • learn vocabulary and develop arguments that you will then use in a debate about online privacy
  • improve your confidence and presentation skills.

S3–S4 Present with Confidence (Jul)

The course aims to develop your ability to plan and deliver a presentation with confidence. You will improve your fluency, intonation, body language and delivery, by participating in guided activities. You will

  • increase your range of vocabulary and language patterns
  • develop your digital literacy skills by doing research using iPads
  • learn about ways to organise the information you find to create a presentation that engages your audience
  • present your ideas fluently and accurately with appropriate intonation, body language and gestures.

S5–S6 DSE Preparation Courses (Aug)

Our small classes are taught with our interactive teaching methodology and include DSE exam tips. Our teachers are internationally qualified with a first degree and professional teaching qualifications, and are experienced in teaching secondary school students. 

S5 DSE Intensive Course

Develop your writing, reading, speaking and listening skills by completing a variety of DSE exam related tasks such as writing an article and participating in a group discussion. You will study two DSE text types: autobiography (print non-fiction) and video (non-print fiction). You will be familiarised with different text types and will also do tasks that will develop your ability to express yourself orally. You will do tasks such as

  • writing an email
  • writing an article
  • participating in a group discussion. 

You will

  • learn how to write succinctly and use phrases to show your understanding of the scenario and give suggestions
  • expand your vocabulary for describing characters, science fiction and films
  • learn how to organise ideas and pronounce what you say clearly during presentations
  • practise gist reading and focused reading
  • receive personalised feedback from your teacher on how to improve your performance.

Students need to take an English level test and achieve at least intermediate level in order to take the course.

S6 DSE Focus Course

Develop exam skills and strategies through taking part in challenging activities. You will practise a variety of exam tasks for all four papers: Reading, Writing, Listening and Integrated Skills and Speaking.  You will

  • analyse features of a letter of advice and write a similar letter
  • work on exam-type reading questions
  • participate in Individual Response and Group Interaction speaking exam practice tasks.

You will

  • learn techniques to help you remember new vocabulary and expand your vocabulary range
  • learn about common question types in the reading exam 
  • learn how to make your writing more interesting by using adverb-adjective combinations and adjective-noun combinations.
  • develop listening comprehension and note-taking skills and write a report for the Listening and Integrated Skills paper
  • focus on generating ideas and turn-taking in group discussions
  • receive personalised feedback from your teacher on how to improve your performance.

Students need to take an English level test and achieve at least intermediate level in order to take the course.

S5–S6 Presentation Skills (Jul)

This course will help develop presentation skills for the School-Based Assessment (SBA) and academic studies. You will learn how to plan and deliver a 3 to 5-minute presentation with confidence and organise your ideas effectively to engage your audience. Through guided activities, you will

  • plan presentations using prompts on note cards
  • learn how to improve your fluency and accuracy to sound more natural
  • increase your range of vocabulary and language patterns
  • deliver a presentation with suitable intonation and body language.

S5–S6 IELTS Coach Intensive (Jul and/or Aug)

This course will help you focus on the exam strategies you need in order to be successful in the IELTS test. Our expert teachers will help you understand the exam inside out as well as guide you on how to approach the different sections of the test. The course covers all four skills – Speaking, Reading, Listening and Writing – and ends in a practice test with personalised feedback from the teacher.