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St Pauls School Australian Vacation School Experience

For students aged 11 – 17 years in Brisbane Australia at only 1.000 AU$ per week (including homestay and food AND including excursions). Each week consists of Specialist English Language Classes (11 hours per week), activities and one full day and a half day excursion.

The activities are among others an Aboriginal experience, playing Golf, practising Music, Art and Sport. The half day excursions include among others the Southbank Parklands, Margate Beach and the Caboolture Heritage Village.

Homestay
Students will live in homestay accommodation for the duration of the course. All meals are provided by the homestay family. Students may wish to purchase extra snacks from the school canteen or while on excursions. In most cases the homestay family will transport the students to and from school.

For ore information, please contact info@studyaustralia.eu

Or check out the St Pauls School Australian Vacation School Experience page on this web site


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