About us.

Bonjour! ¡Hola! Hallo!

We are Articulate Language Camps and we plan to make the world just a little smaller by helping people to communicate. We teach English, French, Spanish and German through digital media and outdoor sport, and we have programmes ranging from weekly clubs to residential summer camps. For more information on what we do, please head over to our social media platforms and website.

Here parents can follow what happens during our programmes and read blog posts often written by the campers themselves. We hope you enjoy being part of the language learning adventure.

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20 comments

  1. Very cool blog! I am very new to this and I recently noticed you “like” a video I posted in my blog. ¡Mil gracias! If you have advice for me then please don’t hesitate. This is such a great way to meet awesome people with similar interests all over the world. Best of luck.

    1. Thanks for the link, that’s really interesting! It’s great to see success stories where young people enjoy learning languages. Hehe. They would be welcome any time! 🙂

  2. Hola, thanks for liking my article on ‘A Little Taste of Spanish’…I just read what you are doing and wow…how exciting for you. I wish you every success and I really think you are on a winner here. What a great idea – camps for students to learn languages! I am a teacher myself and have been on many normal camps with my student and I know how much they love participating in all camps have to offer. It’s FUN…so learning languages while doing something they enjoy, rather than ONLY in a classroom situation is a fabulous idea. I’m sure your idea will skyrocket. All the best…Deb 🙂

    1. Thanks for the kind words and the support. I hope you are right! Fingers crossed it will all work out the way I want it to. And if any of your students ask about language learning summer opportunities, you know where to send them! 😉

  3. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. It was so wonderful to read about your amazing business venture, as even though I am on thr otherside of the world from you (in Australia), I have a very similar current situation! Full-time student, starting a full-time language business! I wish you all the best, and I hope that we really can change the way that people learn language, to help us to all engage as one and to become highly away of languages other than English.

  4. Thanks for visiting my blog and congratulations on your new venture. I am very much looking forward to learning more about it! Camps keep coming up in my conversations lately, so I am unusually intrigued:)

  5. Thank you for visiting my Spanish Boot Camp Blog – camps do seem a very popular title just now. Hope you have lots of bookings in the pipeline and good luck for your first summer season. My Boot Camp is classroom based so we can only open the windows for some “al fresco” learning!

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