A classroom from Quest smiles with their teacher while hanging at Toronto’s Grange Park 

After a week of learning grammar and communication in the classroom, students occasionally had the chance to kickback on Fridays at Grange Park.

Situated near Quest’s summer campus, Grange Park occasionally acted as a meeting place for Quest students on Fridays. 
It was here that they could interact with other classes, make new friends, and catch up with other students they met earlier in the program. 
These class trips gave students the chance to relax in the grass, play soccer in the field, or teach each other games from their own countries. The game “Brother” from Spain appeared to be a big hit among the students. 
It was amazing for us teachers to see students from all over the world interact with each other so confidently in English. Many students later stated they enjoyed their time at Grange Park since it allowed them to expand their social circles beyond their own classrooms and countries.