We are a family-run business operating English Language schools in central London and around the world.

In celebration of Language Link’s 40th anniversary this year, we have created a new and unique summer experience for children : PERCIVAL SCHOOL.

The PERCIVAL SCHOOL programme aims to provide a bespoke and family-orientated environment for children and teens.
We welcome both native and non-native English speakers to help improve their English language and build their character!


The Percival Summer runs from 9 July to 12 August 2017, five weeks packed with educational and adventurous fun! Each week has its own special Quest and we offer 5 different Quests over the Summer.

What’s a QUEST?

QUEST (pronunciation: kwɛst/). Listen to the pronunciation below.


A QUEST is a chivalrous enterprise in medieval romance usually involving an adventurous journey.

At Percival Summer School, a QUEST is a search, a pursuit of knowledge.

The 5 Percival Summer School QUESTS are each a unique adventure. Go in search of the perennial chivalric virtues!
To find out which of the QUESTS is yours, click on the shield!



Percival was founded to offer children and young adults from around the world the opportunity to be a part of an immersive experience of the British language, culture and life in one of the greatest cities of the world. We teach the Code of Chivalry that promote inclusion, equality and fairness to all.

& Learning

  • 15 hours of class-based teaching per week
  • Max of 15 students per class
  • Students familiarised with vocabulary related to the afternoon’s activities
  • All students are exam-prepared for the Trinity College spoken Certificate in English (GESE).

London Life

Welcome to one of the world’s most historic, diverse, engaging and enriching cities!

Join PERCIVAL SCHOOL on any one or all of our Quests and you will be captivated by the magic of London. You will visit and discover famous attractions and some secret wonders too.
To see more about what your Quest could entail, click here!


On every Quest and in line with traditional British schooling, students will be divided into teams or ‘houses’. Each ‘house’ will represent an ‘Order of Knights’. The houses will be a mix of ages, nationalities and lengths of stay.

All classes, activities and excursions will reference these houses, creating healthy competition, encouraging friendship and chivalric values.