Students ‘hunt the teacher’ in city centre

Teachers from Slindon College's summer school dressed up to play 'hunt the teacher'
Teachers from Slindon College's summer school dressed up to play 'hunt the teacher'

A TEAM of teachers from Slindon College’s summer language school have taken to the streets of Chichester to entertain the local community.

A TEAM of teachers from Slindon College’s summer language school have taken to the streets of Chichester to entertain the local community.

Teachers dress up

Teachers dress up

Dressed in various costumes, the teachers from the college’s CLAC language courses invited students to play ‘Hunt the Teacher’ in the city centre.

CLAC is the Cambridge Language and Activity Courses programme which is held at Slindon College.

The college welcomes up to 90 students from more than 
20 different nationalities.

Oggi Tomic, enrolment manager at CLAC, said: “We have had a successful Hunt 
the Teacher session in Chichester.

Playing 'hunt the teacher' in Chichester

Playing 'hunt the teacher' in Chichester

“All of our students as well as the local community found our costumes great fun.

“It was a great hit and we were really happy to bring smiles, joy and happiness to our students and local community through this 
very popular CLAC activity, which we have held every year since 1985.”

CLAC runs summer activity courses in England with a focus on language learning.

Children aged eight to 17 can come and join an international community where everyone is learning either French, Spanish, German or English.

Summer school teachers dress up

Summer school teachers dress up

Children from all over the world come together to have lessons in the mornings and then in the afternoons, play sports, do arts and crafts.

They also go on sightseeing trips, have parties and many other fun activities.

For more information about CLAC, visit www.clac.org.uk/language-course-summer/courses-locations/slindon-college

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