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Summer Camp in London for International Students
Culture in Britain

London Summer Camp
Our Etiquette Classes in London

Discover the legacy of British Manners and Etiquette to enhance your life from this moment onward and immerse yourself in a culturally rich and educational summer camp etiquette class.

Our summer camp in London offers international students an opportunity to explore British culture through engaging and transformative cross-cultural communication and manners classes. Immerse yourself in our heritage by understanding which behaviours are appropriate in a fun, interactive & educational way.
 

Our carefully curated etiquette experiences ensure a balance between fun and learning, with interactive workshops on British culture, language, and etiquette.

 

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CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION:
UNDERSTANDING BRITISH CULTURE

 

Children will learn to understand that different cultures have different ways of
doing things and it is important to pay attention to different cultural cues

AFTERNOON TEA ETIQUETTE

Learn about British culture and

etiquette through the timeless ritual of Afternoon tea. Enjoy the vibrant history and how we made this elegant pastime into a British phenomenon
 

OUTDOOR ETIQUETTE

Minding your manners when you are in public places in Britain

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MEETING & GREETING - SMILING, EYE CONTACT HAND-SHAKING IN THE UK

Meeting new people from across the world - greetings and introductions made easy; the importance of eye contact and smiling; whether to hug, airkiss or shake hands; and how to shake hands with flair

 

TABLE MANNERS

Dining etiquette & dinner table manners
The proper way to eat in the UK

The Etiquette of Dining
 

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EMPOWERMENT THROUGH POISE & POSTURE

Stand out from the crowd by putting good deportment into action - deportment lessons - standing, sitting, walking with confidence and poise.  Body language and gestures and why body language is important in communication in the UK

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