Are you ready for an unforgettable summer? Yorkshire English School certainly is! Learn English at a British Council accredited school, make friends from all over the world, and explore the UK’s most exciting cities. Say YES to a Summer School with us!
Watch Jodie, our administrator, talking about all the benefits of studying at Yorkshire English School! Learn English from native speakers, practise it in local communities, and explore some of the most exciting cities in England. Our school and teachers are versatile, so whether you’re a complete beginner or highly experienced, we’ve got the course for you!
This year at our Summer School, we had students from Kesatuan Bangsa Bilingual Boarding School. During their time here they have been on a journey around Yorkshire and the rest of the UK, all while receiving comprehensive English Language Lessons and Tutoring.
Here is a video of their time here:
YES has now been accredited by the British Council accreditation scheme. This demonstrates that the quality of education we provide is of a very high standard. You can always be sure that you are in safe hands, whatever your learning needs may be.
We would like to thank our whole team who always work tirelessly, and put in their best efforts everyday teaching English at YES. This achievement will encourage us to continue challenging ourselves and creating the best environment for our learners in Huddersfield.
Thank you very much.
If you love experimenting with different types of food, you should try the Ugarit restaurant. The restaurant has excellent reviews and is very near to the English School, within three minutes walking distance.
This restaurant offers authentic Syrian & Lebanese food, which is the traditional cuisine of the Levant, known in Arabic as the Bilad ash-Sham and Mashriq, which covers a large area of the Eastern Mediterranean.
Eggplant (aubergine), garlic, meat (particularly lamb and mutton), rice, chickpeas, lentils and mint are popular ingredients in Arab cuisine.
Ugarit has a selection of appetizers known as “meze” which are customarily served along with Arabic bread before the main course. This is followed by coffee served with sweets or fruits.
Ugarit restaurant is a member of the Yorkshire English School PEN (Practice English Network) group. Students can enjoy putting their English skills to the test by engaging in conversations with friendly and welcoming staff.