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English in Shropshire
Immersive English Holiday Courses.

Take your English beyond the Classroom

Combine English lessons with a range of cultural excursions for a winning formula.

"I have fallen in love with Shrewsbury and I will definitely be coming back. This was a very special experience."

Sonia, Switzerland

Did you know...?

Get Set Go English is part of Visit Shropshire, the official tourism board for Shropshire. 

Visit Shropshire

Your Programme

Immersive English holiday courses can be tailored to suit your needs and budget.

Choose a 2-day or 1-week course and design an excursion programme that's right for you.

A typical 1-week course includes 15 hours tuition in the mornings, 5 afternoon excursions, and one full day excursion. Courses are perfect for small groups but 1-to-1 options are also available. Contact me to discuss your ideas.

Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England.

Part of the beautiful county of Shropshire, Shrewsbury is situated in the centre of England close to several major cities. It is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding areas.


The Medieval market town of Shrewsbury sits inside the loop of the River Severn. With its award-winning park and gardens, 11th-century Abbey, attractive castle and an abundance of listed and half-timbered buildings, Shrewsbury has a great deal to offer visitors. Shrewsbury is the birthplace of Charles Darwin, world-famous naturalist and author of ‘On the Origin of Species’, his theory of evolution.


The Ironbridge Gorge, World Heritage Site is known as the birthplace of the industrial revolution and is, perhaps, the reason you are learning English today. Visit the famous cast-iron 'Ironbridge' and then go back in time to Blists Hill Victorian Town.


Maybe an afternoon at one of our 10 local National Trust estates is more your ‘cup of tea’? Visit a grand house, such as Attingham Park, explore extensive parklands and then relax with a pot of tea and a traditional English scone or two.


For a taste of the countryside, why not join me on a walk in the beautiful rolling Shropshire hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty … and perhaps a stop at a rustic country pub for a pint of real ale to quench our thirst. 

Shropshire has a legacy of battles, historic sites, and atmospheric ruins. All with stories for you to discover! Experience the South Shropshire castles tour to see some interesting examples from most ruined to best-preserved.

Just over the border into Wales, the glorious gardens of Powis Castle make a great afternoon out. 


The walled Roman city of Chester, just under an hour away by car, is a great mix of history, shopping and great bars and restaurants. It is famous for its black and white buildings including the Rows, medieval two-tier buildings above street level with covered walkways which today house many of Chester's shopping galleries.

A drive through the stunning scenery of the Snowdonia national park to the Welsh coast is another great day out. From quaint fishing villages to grand Victorian promenades and exciting outdoor adventure centres, there is so much to see and do!


Days out to the fantastic museums of Birmingham, interesting Albert Docks of Liverpool, or trendy shops and bars of Manchester are also recommended and would be a perfect weekend addition to the programme.  

Or do you have other ideas? Zip-lining, a brewery tour, open water swimming...

Let me know what you want to do and I can create a programme just for you. 

The English Lessons

Courses cover both structural English and functional skills and can be as intensive or relaxed as you need. Expert teaching and carefully selected resources ensure accelerated progress throughout the learning journey.

My Get Set Go teaching formula has been carefully refined to create key breakthrough moments for the student. Read about my Get Set Go Formula HERE.

Specialising or extending your course is optional, but perfect for focusing on something specific to your learning needs such as exam preparation. Read More HERE.


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Prices from £595

per person, per week

"Great teacher and great methodology! If you want to learn English, this is the best way!!"

Carlos, Spain

Why Choose Me?


Why Shropshire?

More than 25% of Shropshire is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Shrewsbury's Market hall has been voted Britain's favourite.

Shropshire has 32 castles and 25 ancient earthworks

Shropshire is the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and the world's first iron bridge.

England's first recorded food festival took place in Ludlow.

The first-ever modern-day Olympic Games were held in Shropshire in 1850.

Shropshire has 5500km of walking routes -   that's the same as walking from Shrewsbury to New York.

Shropshire is sandwiched between two <