About this course
Whether your child is learning English for the very first time or has studied the subject before, our unique approach gives children all the opportunities they need to express themselves in a relaxed, supportive atmosphere. Building their English skills and confidence through games, group activities, stories and creative projects.
On this course your child will:
- Learn to use a broad range of vocabulary and grammar
- Enhance their fluency in speaking and writing through a variety of fun tasks
- Boost their listening and reading skills by engaging with different types of text
Why should you choose this course from the British Council?
Kids learning English with the world’s English experts will:
- Be taught by the best qualified teachers
- Enjoy lessons that use modern, group based activities specially designed for the way children learn
- Get access to the world’s largest online learning resource
- Have lessons that support their school studies
- Keep parents connected to progress through meetings and reports from the teachers
Start learning now
Visit the LearnEnglishKids website and start improving their English today. There are thousands hints and tips, games and downloads. And most of it is FREE.
The right level for your child
We offer courses for every age group and ability level with classes organized as follows:
We have three age groups:
- Primary 1 (ages 6–7)
- Primary 2 (ages 8–10)
- Lower secondary 1 (ages 11–12).
And four ability levels in each group.
If your child is a new British Council learner they’ll need to take a placement test to find out which is the right course level for them. These tests take place in our teaching centres in Agouza and Heliopolis. And you can book your placement test online on here.
Please bring your child’s birth certificate with you.
How will my child be assessed?
At the end of the course, your child will receive a report card containing grades for speaking, listening, reading and writing, as well as for participation, behaviour and effort.
If your child passes, they’ll receive a certificate and progress to the next level. If they don’t, their teacher may suggest they repeat the course to ensure they’re learning with children of the same ability.