English language summer school

Language school participants visit Iffley Church on their riverside walk back from Littlemore.
In July six Jesuits from Vietnam, DR Congo, Madagascar, Poland and Spain arrived at Campion Hall to take part in the annual English language summer school organised by the British province. For four weeks, the students attended classes at a local language school Monday to Friday where they not only honed their written and spoken English but joined their classmates for a variety of social and cultural activities, enjoying walking tours and sight-seeing in Oxford and even trying their hands at...
Summer school participants 2016 at Campion Hall
The annual month-long Jesuit English Language School started in Campion Hall last week. It runs from 23 July to 21 August. The language school has been going since around 1956 and started when Heythrop College was in Oxfordshire. Jesuits from outside of the British Province would come to the language school to improve their English in preparation for studies at Heythrop. The language school later moved from Heythrop to Southwell House and then on to Osterley before finally being run from...