Social Programme

Malvern House Brighton
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We run a tailor-made programme of fun activities designed to encourage everyone to use English socially. We promote local culture and social customs and aim to foster good relationships amongst our students.



  • Walking tours around the city
  • The Lanes, the pier and seafront
  • Bowling & Brighton Marina
  • International parties


  • Museum and gallery visits
  • Brighton Pavilion
  • Brighton street art tour
  • Cinema & Pizza nights


  • Stonehenge & Bath
  • Oxford, Windsor & Eton
  • London trips
  • Leeds Castle and Canterbury


  • Free conversation
  • Skills practice
  • Quiz & Games
  • Festive celebrations
  • And much more!


The programme includes a mix of teacher and non-teacher led activities at different times of the day. The events are varied and cater to a wide range of tastes.

Bowling, conversation clubs, guided walking tours, pizza and movie nights are just some of our extensive social activities.

Most of leisure activities are free. If there is an entrance fee or other costs to an activity, students pay the cost charged by the place of visit. Weekend trips may require travel fares and an entrance fee.

Weekend activities are provided by an external partner.

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The average price of a weekend day trip is £50.

Students have the opportunity to go on weekend one-day excursions to cities such as London, Oxford, Cambridge, Bath and Canterbury.

Get to know the history and landscapes of the UK.

Our regular social activities are a great chance to make new friends and find out more about the United Kingdom.


Whether you want to visit local tourist sites, explore cafés and restaurants, enjoy movies, games or travel further afield, our weekly social programme has activities for everyone.

In Brighton there are lots of opportunities to make new friends, practice your English and find out more about the UK.

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Our weekly Conversation Club offers sociable sessions on school premises.

Students practice speaking in a relaxed environment different to class activities, and learn more about British culture while having lots of fun!

Weekend activities are provided by an external partner.

5 Cinemas

Museums & galleries

15+ music venues

100s of restaurants

Parks and squares

Malvern House


the pier brighton

The Pier

Brighton Pier opened in 1823 & is over 580 meters long. The pier is illuminated by 70,000 lights & the Isle of Wight can be seen from the helter skelter.

Brighton is one of England’s most popular seaside resorts. The town has a population of about 480,000 and is located on the south coast, about 90 km south of London (our partner school is a London English school).

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Brighton Pavilion

Brighton’s most famous building is the Royal Pavilion, designed to look like an Oriental palace. It was built for the Prince of Wales during the 18th century and was used as a hospital during World War I.

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Brighton Marina is the largest marina in the UK, featuring a beautiful harbour and plenty of things to do for all ages, all within the picturesque waterfront surroundings. With an eight-screen cinema, bowling alley, glow in the dark golf and casino, there’s never a dull moment. Today Brighton attracts about 8 million visitors each year. It has been voted the UK’s coolest town and one of the happiest towns in the country.

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The Lanes

One of the most interesting areas of Brighton is the Lanes, a maze of narrow streets. This popular shopping area is well known for antiques, fashion, and jewellery.