Sign up is open for Summer Camp 2024!

Join us for our 12th Summer Camp!… Come and have fun with us this summer, with all our great activities such as science experiments, cooking, crafts, sports and games in the open air, beach activities, excursions, and so much more!

All our activities are planned, prepared and presented by our specialist trained teachers and monitors. Camp is for children aged 4 years to 11 years old.

The Camp will run from 1st July to *23rd August inclusive, from 8am to 2pm from Monday to Friday. You can come from one to 8 weeks. The more weeks you come, the cheaper it is per week. You don’t have to choose consecutive weeks, so you can plan camp around your own holidays.

*Note: the 23rd of August, as the final day of camp, we always organise an excursion to Aqualand, Costa Adeje from 10am to 6pm. For children that come to camp for 4 weeks or more the entrance ticket is included in the price, however for and other reservations that fall on this day there is an additional charge of 12€ without transport, or 15€ with transport. Parents are invited too, and their tickets are at the special group price of 15€ per person if they choose to come with us. These prices are set by Aqualand, not Isla Idiomas, so they are subject to change by 1-2€ maximum if Aqualand increase their prices. We are basing these on our quote for last year.

Prices are:

Places are limited, but can be reserved with as little as 50€ non-refundable deposit, with the total payable 1 week prior to the start date.

The current availability is:

All you have to do is fill in the online matriculation form below and pay the deposit via bank transfer to our account with IBAN: ES98 2100 6736 1201 0008 5234, or pass by the academy and complete it in person from Monday to Friday from 15h to 19:30h.

Online matriculation form:

Downloadable Matriculation Form (PDF):

Programming information (PDF):

Modes of Transport

How do we get from one place to another? The children in the infant English class have been learning about modes of transport and how to classify them by if they travel by land, sea or air.

En el restaurante

The primary students are doing a roleplay of a restaurant. They have created their own menus in English and are using them to re-enact a restaurant. Some work inthe kitchen, some are waiters and some are the guests. They take it in turns with the different roles and practise real conversations that they can actually use if they go out for dinner in a local restaurant with their parents.


The infant children listen to many stories and learn by having a lot of fun! In the photos you can see some infant English students listening to two popular stories, Dear Zoo and Nelly Paints a Monster. The stories are told in non-traditional ways entirely in English and using other methods to teach the vocabulary, such as stuffed animals and games so that they are learning and communicating while playing.

Conversation classes with 1st year secondary students

Many academies regard grammar with a higher importance to conversation because they think that parents only want their children to pass their exams, however in order to have good understanding of grammatical structure we at Isla Idiomas believe that conversation is just as important and we therefore teach grammar with a combination of communicative activities. We find that students understand the way the language is used much more easily if they are given opportunities to actually speak it and use it practically.

Here are some photos of a simple communicative activity from the first weeks of the first term to practise introductions and conversation when meeting people for the first time in real situations. These are activities that will be useful to the students whether they pass or fail their exams, as they will have developed the confidence to actually speak in English in life and in the workplace once they have finished their studies.