Independent Schools Cultural Alliance - ISCA – Summer Programs in the UK

Day Twenty – Brighton

Our final day was welcomed with rain as we headed to a typically English seaside resort, Brighton, to see what most Brits experience when they go to the seaside. A pebbled beach – check! Rain – check! Fish and chips – check! Ice cream – check! What more could we ask for! 

We didn’t let the rain dampen our spirits and spent the day exploring Brighton. We went to The Lanes with their quirky shops, cafes and art galleries, to the Royal Pavilion, a Georgian Palace like no other, with its Indo-Saracenic architecture, and to Brighton Palace Pier, a 525-metre long pier built in 1899 with a number of arcades, rollercoaster rides, ice cream vendors and much more! The students had the most amazing time! It was the perfect way to end our three weeks on ISCA. 

After a traditional fish and chips lunch, we headed back to Cranleigh to pack and to enjoy our final evening together. After a tearful prize giving and presentation, the students are now all tucked up in bed ready for their long journey home tomorrow. 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the parents and families who have allowed each and every one of these students to come to ISCA this year. The students have been absolutely fantastic and have really bonded, making new friends from Argentina, Brazil, Peru and the USA. Thank you!