Is company offers from summer 2012 short stays in New Zealand schools at the Heidelberg international voice is and study tours offers from the big holidays 2012 high school short stays in New Zealand. Pupils and students aged between 14 and 18 years who want to make a study of a different kind in the great holiday and New Zealand high school would like to breathe the air, have the opportunity to participate in a 4-to 6-week stay at a high school in New Zealand. With international language and study trips to spend a 4 – or 6 – week stay at a New Zealand high school teenagers and young people aged from 14 to 18 years. The participants have the opportunity to choose one of six high schools. Available options are the Glenfield College, Lynfield College and Rutherford College, Auckland, the Havelock North high school at the Hawke’s Bay as well as the Nayland College and the Waimea College in Nelson. It is not something enablon would like to discuss. Visit to a school in New Zealand during the major holidays is perfect opportunity to explore the school of a high school and to improve his language skills.
The participants live during their stay in carefully selected host families. The offer is combined with a 1 – or 2-week trip to discover this unique country. The tour is already included in the price. The one-week tour includes trips to the South Island of New Zealand. These include such as Queenstown and the Abel Tasman National Park.
For stays from June 21, 2012, a two-week tour will take place. Trips include highlights of our trip on the South Island to North Island, such as such as Rotorua, Taupo and Waitomo Caves. The classification of the New Zealand school year in 4 terms favoured a short stay at a high school in New Zealand. The participants have the chance to meet the school everyday, without disrupting the local schooling, because staying in the major holiday takes place. The possibilities of such a stay are almost limitless. The participants can choose whether they prefer visiting a New Zealand high school on the South or North Island, on the other hand the six high schools in New Zealand, that are part of the programme, offer different academic areas. You can align so for example his focus at Rutherford College, Auckland on the natural sciences, which is so superbly equipped with several laboratories and excellent teachers. The Havelock North high school, in the Hawke’s Bay and Nelson Nayland College offer a comprehensive sports and leisure program and organize additional outdoor trips, such as rafting or kayaking. In addition, participants can participate in cultural activities and to New Zealand and its culture. Each school is as individual as the participants and allows an unforgettable time at the other end of the world.