At a glance

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    Course Location

    London, UK

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    Course Dates and Prices

    Please check our Summer Calendar

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    2 weeks+

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    Arrival days


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    Class Size

    15 max

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    Student Age

    13 to 17 years old

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    Individuals and Groups

    Groups must be accompanied by a Group Leader

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    Entry Requirements

    Minimum level of English: A2 Pre-Intermediate

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    Cultural Activities

    2 cultural activities per week

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    Transport to School

    Residential students are provided with a bus pass.

Programme Introduction

Future Learning’s summer STEAM programme is about much more than incorporating Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths into the afternoon activity programme. The STEAM workshops engage students’ creative and critical thinking skills in multi-sensory interaction with the physical world and help them develop the language to describe those experiences.

London, the capital of the United Kingdom, is a historic and cosmopolitan city with global significance. Steeped in history, it boasts iconic landmarks such as the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace. The city’s cultural scene is thriving, with world-class museums, theatres in the West End, and diverse neighbourhoods like Camden Town.

The River Thames winds through the heart of London, providing a scenic backdrop to its attractions, and numerous parks offer green spaces for relaxation. London’s culinary landscape is as diverse as its population, reflecting a multicultural fusion of flavours. Efficient public transportation, including the famous London Underground, facilitates easy exploration. London is a dynamic blend of tradition and modernity, making it a vibrant destination for Future Learning summer students.

Learner Profile

This programme is for learners from age 13-17 who are interested in improving their 21st-century skills of communication, collaboration, creative problem solving and digital information through the medium of English. It gives them an engaging and meaningful context for developing these skills, through a programme that encourages them to engage with other cultures and explore the science, technology, engineering, arts and maths of the world around them in London, at the centre of the UK’s capital city.

Learner Outcomes

Future Learning’s summer STEAM programme is about much more than incorporating Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math into the afternoon activity programme. The STEAM workshops engage students’ creative and critical thinking skills in multi-sensory interaction with the physical world and help them develop the language to describe those experiences.

By the end of the course, participants will have

developed a greater understanding of the responsible and effective use of information and communication technology, fulfilling project team roles and how to use problem-solving skills to complete tasks creatively.

become more able to contribute to and facilitate exchanges between different cultures while also being more able to identify the cause of misunderstandings and work to repair them.

improved language competencies through exchanging information, expressing and justifying opinions and developing their ability to make complex arguments incorporating other ideas and responding to them in their summer programme.

 London STEAM Programme – Summer School

Our Incredible Young Learner Summer London STEAM campus is located in City of London School, right in the heart of London. The campus, also known as CLS, is an independent day school located on the banks of the River Thames next to the Millennium Bridge, opposite Tate Modern Art gallery. Famous past students include Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe and film director Michael Apted. City of London school is one of the most academically selective and successful schools in the UK. The school’s sports facilities include a multi-purpose indoor sports hall, a 25-metre swimming pool, a gym, a rooftop AstroTurf football pitch and grass playing fields and athletics tracks at Grove Park, Lewisham. Music facilities include three ensemble rooms, ten rehearsal rooms and a music technology lab. Other facilities include the Great Hall with a Walker organ and Steinway piano, a sixth form common room, a bookshop, a library, an archive room, three ICT labs, a drama studio, two playgrounds and a drama theatre.

Sample timetable –  London STEAM Programme

Our summer school program is designed to offer a unique learning experience for all participants, providing a perfect balance of educational and enjoyable activities.

Check out our exciting Sample Schedule for our London STEAM Residential programme.

Accommodation –  London STEAM Programme

Residential Accommodation

Future Learning’s student accommodation, Hayloft Point, is ideally located for studying in London. Queen Mary University of London and other notable London Universities and landmarks are within easy reach on foot.

Hayloft Point is just a stone’s throw from Brick Lane, one of London’s hippest roads. Adorned with street art and overflowing with vintage boutiques, record stores and street food vendors, there’s plenty for students to explore.

Other top London attractions like Spitalfields Market, the Tower of London and the Gherkin are all on your doorstep at Hayloft Point, but when it comes to day-to-day living, you’re in the heart of it and the options are almost endless!

  • You’ll have access to the large shared living and kitchen area with your co-students.
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  • All rooms come with an en-suite shower room, 4ft double bed, spacious work areas, and plenty of storage.
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  • We also offer some great social spaces including an outdoor basketball court, a cinema room, pool tables, a modern gym with hi-spec equipment, a large study area, a cosy roof terrace, and a spacious outdoor courtyard area.

Samples of STEAM activities & Cultural excursions

 On the FL London Summer Programme all of the afternoon activities are focused on the development of the English language through STEAM-focused workshops. We like to utilise all the facilities of the school and we have created a unique afternoon programme which has a strong link with the morning lessons. Sample afternoon workshops which are led by qualified teachers include: Electronics, Science, Baking, Robotics, Photography, Art, Drama and Dance. Afternoon activities take place four times per week, students depart the school around 16:30.

Science & Technology

Electronics: design, create and present an individual piece of work which will include an element of electronics

Robotics: introduction to robotics vocabulary to complete basic coding to make a robot move

Engineering & Maths

Astronomy & Rocket: making explore the planets’ relationship to one another by building a scale model, and then, in teams, you will build a rocket and launch it.

Construction challenge: build your very own standing tower out of wood – precision and balance are the challenge in this game.

Arts & Perfomances

Photography: create unique photographic works of art using the latest photo editing software and techniques

Music & Songwriting: explore the technology and creativity behind music and its production.


Upcycling Art: You will use recycled materials, and build an eye catching piece and transform trash into treasure.

Collage: Using interesting picture media, you will work with your team to select, sort and cut out images to build an artistic collage.

Weekend Excursions

  • Outdoor trips: Big Ben, Camden Town & Soho, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Hyde Park, Tower of London, Trafalgar Square and loads more!
  • Activities are combined with sports, guided tours and fun!

Mid-week Excursions

  • Guided Walking Tour of London
  • Museum visits: Tate Modern, V&A, Saatchi Gallery and many more!
  • Shopping on Oxford Street & Bond Street
  • Selfie Scavenger Hunt

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