50 plus programmes in Malta
The 50+ Course is an ideal choice for adults who are over fifty years of age wishing to improve their English while making the most of an enjoyable leisurely holiday in Malta. The course is principally formatted around Conversational English practise; the emphasis on lexis and conversation, however, is organically linked to the history and culture of Mediterranean society. Life in Malta is conducted in an English-speaking ambience that enhances the use of English throughout, be it in shops, banks, restaurants, theatres, cinemas, museums and hotels. It is therefore quite natural for our 50+ students to socialize and participate in excursions, visits to historical places, museums and events such as theatrical performances or annual festivals that expand their knowledge of English while introducing them to the colourful history and Mediterranean life-style of Malta in general.
The programmes below include a supplementary full leisure/cultural programme of activities (at an extra cost; activities can be bought individually and the price of each activity can be found in the price list) to show you the best of Malta while learning English with us.
Period of operation:
Christmas and New Year’s 50 plus programme 2020/2021 – (18th December 2020 – 1st January 2021)
Carnival 50 plus programme – (5th February 2021- 19th February 2021)
Easter 50 plus programme – (26th March 2021 – 9th April 2021)
Autumn 50 plus programme – (1st October 2021 – 15th October 2021)
Christmas and New Year’s 50 plus programme – (17th December 2021 – 1st January 2022)
Please click on the link below to view the 2020 price list for 50 plus programmes (page 7 of 8):
Below are some photos of our previous 50 plus English language programmes:
50 plus students during a countryside walk in Buskett gardens Malta after English lessons.
50 plus students at Dingli Cliffs during an excursion organised by the school
50 plus students at Ta’ Qali Crafts Village where local crafts are manufactured. A demonstration on how silver filgree jewellery (a traditional Maltese craft) is hand made in Malta at one of the best jewellery makers: Exquisite Jewellers.
50 plus students during the Valletta by night excursion in the capital city.
Photos from our 50 plus classrooms: