Studying English in Abergele-Wales and in Chester-England!

Conlan School is the English language school in Abergele (Wales) and Chester (England).
Conlan School is an original project that couples the teaching of a language with an experience of active communication, in an environment rich in cultural and linguistic stimuli. Read about our history

Specific programmes for schools

Our years-long experience with national and international customers and the close co-operation with the schools and the local community are proof of Conlan School's organisational and didactic proficiency. In time, we have built a partnership with several international schools and educational institutions. This means that the school has concentrated on the didactical aspect of its activities, rather than simply on the "tourist" part, always bearing in mind the needs of the students and the importance of the "residential" and logistics factors.

The Conlan School Course Guide

The Conlan School Course Guide demonstrates the broad range of study programmes we can offer you and your students. Through our ever growing network of contacts in the business and educational community, our aim is to provide experiences that will expand knowledge and increase confidence within the culture of Wales and the UK. We hope that during your time with us you and your students can progress personally and positively in every aspect of life!

Please, click here to download "The Conlan School Course Guide"!

North Wales Schools' Games


Inspired by London 2012 Olympic Games, Conlan School promotes North Wales Schools' Games, in partnership with Ysgol Emrys Ap Iwan.

North Wales Schools' Games represents a unique opportunity to bring sport education and language learning together and create an inspirational event for international students which will encourage more young people to take part in sport and develop language skills.

North Wales Schools' Games include the sports of rounders (typical British game), basketball/dodgeball, football, tag rugby and mini marathon plus an excellent variety of lessons and activities which enable reciprocal knowledge and cultural exchanges.

Please, find more information on www.schoolsgames.com and ... get involved!

www.schoolsgames.com

English in North Wales

English in North Wales is a network of relationships between the main protagonists of the local educational community: this network ensures reliability regarding both organization and didactics, as well as facilitating other activities besides school and improving the international students’ general learning experience.
Please, visit our website www.englishinnorthwales.com for more information.

 

The city of Chester on Youtube
Short video-presentation of Chester!

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Abergele live from Youtube
Have look at some pictures from Abergele!

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Did you know...?

Llanfynydd is a village in Carmarthenshire, Wales.

In protest over plans to erect a wind farm nearby, on 19 July 2004 the village adopted the new name of Llanhyfrydawelllehynafolybarcudprindanfygythiadtrienusyllafnauole (Llan hyfryd a well, le hynafol y barcud prin dan fygythiad truenus y llafnau o le, English: a quiet beautiful village, a historic place with rare kite under threat from wretched blades).

The name was chosen to reflect one of the worries that local residents have about the wind farm, that it will threaten three endangered species of bird (red kite, curlew and skylark) in the local area. It was also chosen as it is longer than the current longest name in Britain — Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, Anglesey — and would thus generate publicity for their cause.