Resources for you to use to study, relax and enjoy yourself
As a large mansion in its own park of 10 hectares, LTC Eastbourne has a variety of facilities to offer its students during and after lessons.
LTC Eastbourne has 25 classrooms*. They are all comfortably furnished and equipped for teaching. Some of the classrooms are historic rooms, including one that was designed as a bedroom for the king of England.
Library and Study Centre
Our library and study centre give you places to study in a quiet atmosphere in your free time, with books, graded readers and study materials.
We have a computer centre with nine PCs for your use with free access to the internet, support for different languages, Skype and messenger. The school also has free WiFi access if you prefer to use your smartphone or iPad.
Senior Common Room
In the Senior Common Room, adult students can relax, chat and use the microwave oven for snacks.
Food and Drink
All young learner programmes include free hot lunches in our large dining hall. Adult students can buy a hot lunch for £4 or a sandwich / soup for £2.50.
There is also a cold drink machine, a coffee machine and a chocolate vending machine in the school.
Places to Relax and Have Fun
There are seating areas around the school and a 10-hectare garden where you can relax with friends, find a quiet place or just enjoy the sun.
The school has two tennis courts, a five-a-side football pitch and places to play baseball, basketball and volleyball.
If the weather’s bad, you can play badminton or table tennis inside or enjoy taking part in a Wii competition.
* In summer, we also use extra classrooms about 15 minutes’ walk from the school.
Classrooms 25 well equipped classrooms
Study Centre We have a library and a study centre
Computer Centre The school has a computer room and free WiFi access
Dining Hall We have a large dining hall serving hot food
Tennis/Basket Ball Court We have two tennis courts/basketball courts
Other Sports Facilities Football, baseball, badminton and table tennis
Compton Park The school is set in a 10-hectare park