Language Camps in Radolfzell

German and English courses for kids and teens

“Are you looking to have a ton of fun in your holidays, try out new sports, and improve your German and English along the way? Then come to Radolfzell on Lake Constance and make the school holidays the highlight of the year!” (Cornelia Schmitt, Customer Relations Manager – Language Camps for Kids)

Experience-oriented learning

A language camp is a constructive and well supervised way for children to spend their school holidays. Our camps follow a language immersion approach with German or English spoken almost exclusively, and our instructors encourage the kids to use the language naturally in their daily interactions outside the classroom. Speaking in a casual atmosphere improves students’ feeling for the language, and they quickly become much more confident in the language even after just a short amount of time. By living, studying, and playing together with students from a wide range of cultural backgrounds, the campers also develop a real sense of team spirit and improve their social skills.

Language training (German/English) in the morning

In the morning, the participants have German or English classes in small groups. A brief placement test is administered at the start. The curriculum emphasizes reading, writing, listening skills, and above all, speaking. Of course, vocabulary-building and grammar won’t be neglected. Our skilled trainers structure their lessons to be both varied and fun so that learning is entirely different than in school.

Recreational program in the afternoon and evening

International experience – in summer, the pupils from all over the world and every part of Germany come together. The children choose a main focus for the afternoon: Urban Dance, Football, or Activity. In the evening, our counselors organize a wide variety of activities for the campers. All the camps are suitable for beginners as well as “competitive athletes” in each sport. In the evenings, the counselors organize different activities in and around the campers’ accommodation. All those who spend two weeks take part in an all-day excursion on the Saturday (for example to an amusement park or a climbing excursion, depending on the date).

On-site supervision

The Carl Duisberg Training Center in Radolfzell offers a particularly intimate, family-like atmosphere. A team of motivated trainers – mostly native speakers – and counsellors supervise the kids and teens on site and are available to handle questions at all times.

Daily schedule

Time Schedule
07:00 Wake up
07:30 Breakfast
09:00 Transfer to Radolfzell (Easter, Whitsun, Fall)
09:45–11:15 Language lessons
11:15 Break
11:30–13:00 Language lessons
13:30 Lunch
14:00–17:30 Sports practice or free-time activities depending on the camp
18:00 Transfer to accommodation
19:00 Dinner
20:00 Free-time activities (including time to use mobile phones 2 days a week)
22:00 Lights out
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