The number one priority for most of our students is
to get as much sleep as possible and there’s a good
reason. Most international students are almost
constantly working and learning in their second,
third or even fourth language and their brains
need time to rest.
We have tried to help them with this at Relax &
Revise, by providing modern, comfortable twin
or single bedrooms, where they can fully relax
in hotel-quality surroundings.
We really recognise how important this is to Bright
World students. WI-FI is their window to the world
at home, so they can keep in touch with family
and friends (as well as keeping up to date with the
latest Netflix & gaming releases)
There is WI-FI throughout the Relax & Revise
3. Good food
We know it is not easy to cater for a mass of people
three times a day, especially with so many varied
palates and expectations.
The food at TSA English, London has been
given the thumbs up by students at Relax &
4. Spending time with friends
With so much time at school taken up by lessons
and sports, lots of students look forward to the
half-term, when they can spend some more time
hanging out with their friends.
The great thing about Relax & Revise is that
friends can go along in a group, so they have a
real holiday experience together.
Lots of our students feel the pressure of school and
we want to make sure that they have plenty of time
Every morning the students have access to a
classroom, with a tutor on hand to help them
with general queries. Each bedroom also has its
own desk and study area so if students prefer,
they can study by themselves.
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We hope that we have created a programme which
our students can really enjoy and where they feel
that their needs have been considered.
We have also tried to find a balance between the
things that parents want for their children when
they’re overseas and what students want for
themselves, so the accommodation is safe & secure
and there are age-appropriate guidelines for going
out with friends.
We try to counter the boredom that can creep in at
half-term, wherever you may be, by providing an
optional schedule of supervised activities (including
bowling, cinema, shopping, sight-seeing, museums
and sporting activities).