English camps in Scotland. PGL Dalguise

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PGL Dalguise from July 4 to July 18, 2020

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LIMITED PLACES SUMMER 2020! 

  • Ages 10 to 13 and 13 to 16 years old.

  • Stay two weeks in the English camps in Scotland. PGL center .

  • Total immersion in the English language.

  • Cultural visits.

  • Tutor of Canterbury Consulting Spain.

English camps in Scotland for young people 2020

Your children will learn English while having fun and making friends

ADVENTURE EFL + IMMERSIÓN

2 weeks 1,895 euros

EFL classes, multi-adventure activities and excursions

Two day trips and two half-day trips .
Dynamic and fun classes of English, in the morning, with native teachers and PGL experts.
The implementation of English knowledge:
in the afternoon with multi-adventure activities and at night with other tasks.

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English camps in England for young people with multi-adventure activities


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English camps in Scotland

English camps in Scotland
for young people wanting to learn and have fun

Our local excursions

Explore Scotland . The camps in Scotland offer an excellent variety of day or half day excursions that include visits to historic , world famous sites and / or theme parks .

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Excursion to Blair AthollExcursion to EdimburgoExcursion to PitlochryExcursion to Stirling

Blair Atholl | Half day excursion

Blair Castle is located near the village of Blair Atholl in Perthshire, Scotland. The castle is located in the spectacular landscape of Highland Perthshire and has been home to 19 generations of Stewarts and Murray of Atholl. Enjoy this activity in the summer camps in Scotland.

The House of Bruar has established an unbeatable reputation as the leading Scottish supplier of Scottish clothing in the United Kingdom.

Tour itinerary:

  • Departure center (travel time of approximately 30 minutes).
  • Arrival at the castle of Blair and start of the excursion.
  • Meeting at the castle gates and leaving the castle. We go to The House of Bruar shopping center.
  • Meeting with the monitor and boarding the bus.
  • Arrive at the summer camp.

Edinburgh | Full day excursion

Edinburgh Castle: dominating the Edinburgh skyline over the volcanic Castle Rock, this fortress dates back to the reign of David I in the 12th century.

St. James Mall: this urban mall has more than 50 stores.

Tour itinerary:

  • Departure center (travel time of approximately 90 minutes).
  • Arrival in Edinburgh. Start walking the village road from Queens Drive, near the Palace of Holyroodhouse and the Scottish Parliament.
  • Finish walking on the city path.
  • Arrival at the castle and start of the tour. Lunch on the castle walls.
  • Meet at the castle gates and exit the castle. Visit the St. James shopping center to go shopping. An interesting possibility of summer camps in Scotland.
  • Meet at the food court at the St. James Mall.
  • Exit the food court and walk to Waterloo Place to meet the coach.
  • Meeting with the monitor and boarding the bus.
  • Get to the center.

Pitlochry | Half day excursion

Pitlochry is largely a Victorian city that became a tourist resort because Queen Victoria visited the area in 1842. It is a popular set with beautiful Victorian buildings built in stone and numerous independent gift shops.

Tour itinerary:

  • Departure center (travel time of approximately 15 minutes).
  • Arrive at Pitlochry and start the city trail.
  • Free time to go shopping.
  • Meeting with the monitor and exit from Pitlochry.
  • Arrive Dalguise. One of our summer camps in Scotland.

Stirling | Full day excursion

Wallace Monument: this tower is located at the top of Abbey Craig (a hill near Stirling) and
commemorates Sir William Wallace, arguably the best-known Scottish hero. Make a visit with the summer camps in Scotland.

Stirling Castle: this castle, dating from the 1300s, was where many Scottish kings and
The queens were crowned, including Mary, Queen of Scotland.

Tour itinerary:

  • Departure center (travel time of approximately 1 hour).
  • Arrival at the visitor center of the Wallace Monument.
  • Walk to the monument to Wallace.
  • Opportunity to photograph the views of Stirling.
  • Entrance to the monument.
  • Leave the monument and walk back to the bus.
  • Arrival at the castle of Stirling and lunch on the lawn at the entrance of the castle.
  • Start the tour of the castle.
  • Go back to the entrance of the castle to get on the bus.
  • Shopping at the Thistle shopping center.
  • Meeting with the monitor and output.
  • Get to the center.

Linguistic objectives of summer camps in Scotland

Interact in the English camps in Scotland using the English language , in situations different from the usual ones in the school where they study. Speak in English with naturalness , within recreational-sports situations, ofcoexistence and personal and group relationship , promoted by the experience of this experience.

Sociocultural objectives of immersion

Promote social relationships among equals , as well as the exchange of ideas and cultural features.
Strengthen values ​​such as tolerance and respect for a culture different from one’s own.
In the English camps in Scotland for young people we want to promote cooperation and participation in all situations that require collective work. And facilitate a favorable scenario to create and establish bonds of friendship and mutual enrichment.

Rappelling activity in one of our summer bivouacs surrounded by nature

Everything you need to know about the camps in Scotland

Summary of the camp

  • Near the cities of Edinburgh and Stirling.
  • 26 adventure activities in the place.
  • 50 acres of land in the English camps in Scotland.
    18th century mansion
  • Formally it was the vacation home of Beatrix Potter , famous writer and illustrator of children’s stories.
  • Our summer camps in Scotland have a sports hall made for indoor activities.

Location

PGL Dalguise, Dunkeld, Perthshire , PH8 0JX

Transfer times to the airport :

  • Edinburgh – 1 hour and 15 minutes.
  • Glasgow – 2 hours.

Accommodation

The camps in Scotland have modern accommodation blocks specially built to house young people between 10 and 16 years old.

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Facilities

Classrooms
Indoor games area.
Lake.
Hall of leaders.
Meeting rooms
Store.
Sports venue.

Night entertainment program

Ambush.
Wood fire.
Capture the Flag.
Cluedo
Disk.
Passport to the world.
PGL Sports Night.
Challenge of photos.
Television contest.
Robot Wars
Snapshot.
Splash
Odd careers

Excursion options in the camps in Scotland

Stirling.
Edinburgh.
Scone Palace.
Dunkeld

Rowing activities in the camps in Scotland

Activities

  • Abseiling.
  • Archery.
  • Burn Walk.
  • Canoeing.
  • Cat ride.
  • Challenge Course.
  • Climbing.
  • Fencing.
  • First aid.
  • Giant swing.
  • Trekking.
  • Jacob’s ladder.
  • Mountain bike.
  • Natural route.
  • Orientation.
  • Problem solving.
  • Quad on bicycle.
  • Construction of rafts.
  • Shot with rifle.
  • Sensory path.
  • Sports and equipment games.
  • Survivor.
  • Trapeze.
  • Tree Climb.
  • Vertical challenge.
  • Zip Wire.

Sample menu in the camps in Scotland

Breakfast

  • Choice of breakfast cereals.
  • Yogurts varied.
  • White and brown toast with preserves.
  • Fresh fruit.
  • Oatmeal porridge with cinnamon and brown sugar.
  • Grilled sausages.
  • Scrambled eggs.
  • Baked beans.
  • Sausages of vegetables (V).

Lunch at the summer camps in Scotland

  • Tomato soup served with a selection of breads.
  • Baguettes and wraps with several fillings, p. chicken fajitas.
  • Tuna and sweet corn.
  • Roasted vegetables and cheese (V).
  • Tortillas.
  • Salad bar.

Dinner in the camps in Scotland

  • Special soup
  • Meat lasagna
  • Fish fingers
  • Sauteed vegetables with noodles (V)
  • Fresh carrots
  • Sautéed green beans
  • French fries
  • Salad bar
  • Frozen

Activity secured in the summer camps in Scotland

Important information about summer camps in Scotland

Loss of objects

All personal items must be clearly labeled with the owner’s name . We strongly recommend that all valuables remain at home . This way you can enjoy with ease the camps in Scotland.

Laundry

In our English camps in Scotland we have a weekly laundry service for clothes. Bedding is provided for all guests and changed weekly. Guests must bring their own towels . We recommend a towel for showering and another towel for wet and / or dirty activities.

Cleaning in summer camps in Scotland

The containers are emptied every day and the rooms are cleaned thoroughly once a week.

Guest behavior

See our online document of the Code of Practice for our Code of Conduct for groups visiting camps in Scotland.

First aid

All our activities staff remain in the enclosure eight hours. They have the Emergency First Aid Certificate and part of the staff has a First Aid Certificate at work. This allows the immediate application of any required first aid treatment. Cold storage of any medication can be done if necessary.

Insurance

For English camps in Scotland we can arrange insurance coverage for visiting groups , through our existing provider. Please, contact us for more details.

Safety

We are proud of our excellent safety record in our camps in Scotland, this is due to the diligence and care of our staff. For your peace of mind, a summary of our security management systems is available in our online Code of Practice document. When necessary, our activities are inspected and approved by the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA). This is updated every year and we comply with the latest governmental guidelines on the health and safety of students during educational visits.

List of things to take

Clothing

We recommend bringing old clothes to the camps in Scotland to participate in the activities . In addition to hiking / evening clothing, please bring the following:

  • Jerseys / sweatshirts for cold weather (most activities are done outdoors).
  • Long-sleeved shirt (to cover the arms for some activities).
  • Pants / leggings (not jeans) for activities.
  • Slippers / shoes for activities and old shoes / slippers for wet activities.
  • Socks that cover the ankle for some activities.
  • Waterproof jacket.
  • Baseball cap / hat for hot weather.
Other important things
  • Hygiene bag (including soap / shampoo, etc.).
  • 2 large towels
  • Plastic bottle for drinks.
  • Sunscreen (summer).
  • Ballpoint pen and paper.
  • Small bag / backpack for the day trip.
  • Plastic bags / garbage bags (for wet items) labeled with your name.

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