CLIL – Content and Language Integrated Learning

The CLIL course is for teachers of subjects such as maths, history, geography and other who aim to teach their subject through English language.

Malvern House works in partnership with Erasmus plus programme.

Course Aims

  • Improve your general English skills
  • Get introduced to key concepts of CLIL
  • Plan and adapt your resources to teach a CLIL lesson
  • Enhance your school profile; prepare for internationalisation
  • Diversify methods of classroom teaching and learning
  • Boost your students’ motivation

Who for?

  • Teachers in primary, secondary and further education
  • Teachers of most subjects but not language teachers

CLIL course – key facts

Start date Start any Monday
Course format – 20 hours/week
General English and Conversation – 15 hours / week

CLIL – 5 hours /week

1 lesson is 50 min.

Minimum level of English


Included in the course

Weekday social activities.

Expected results

Participants will improve their knowledge of General Englsih and the principles of CLIL. They will be able to apply this  knowledge to their subject classes and teach a CLIL lesson using diverse methods of teaching and learning.

Certification awarded


Course price – 2 weeks

1 week – £430; 2 weeks – £860

Registration fee – £50

Coursebook – £35


Residence / flatshare – CLICK or Homestay – CLICK

Example timetable

Week 1

Week 2

  • The above are example timetables and the exact times of classes may differ depending on student’s level of English.
  • General English classes are in groups of students of different ages and professions, minimum age is 16 (groups are 6-15 students). CLIL workshops are participated by teachers only (groups are up to 8 students) and they can also be one-to one lessons.
  • The content of the course comprises example topics and it may change after the needs assessment in order to tailor it to the students needs
  • If your level of English is lower than B1, you will not be able to fully benefit from the course, therefore, Malvern House reserves the right to switch your course to General English. The price for the course will stay the same.