Our mission

We are committed to providing students with a structured English language learning programme so each student can reach their full potential in a stimulating, rewarding and safe environment.

Our approach

We believe students learn most effectively when they are engaged, motivated and challenged. We recognise that each student learns and develops at different rates so our courses respect each student’s developmental stage. Our teachers use a range of age-appropriate techniques and resources ensuring the most effective language learning experience.

We expect our students to take an active role in their own learning and reflect on their progress. Our approach covers all aspects of communication with an emphasis on developing confidence in speaking to equip students with the English they will need for future academic study, employment and social situations.

Age group Course *CEFR level

Upper Secondary Plus
(15 to 17 years)

Upper Secondary Advanced C1
Upper Intermediate B2
Upper Secondary Intermediate B1
Upper Secondary Pre-intermediate A2
Upper Secondary Elementary A1
Secondary Plus  
(12 to14 years)
Secondary Upper Intermediate B2
Secondary Intermediate B1
Secondary Pre-intermediate A2
Secondary Elementary A1
Primary Plus
(6 to 11 years) 
Primary Plus 6 B1
Primary Plus 5 A2
Primary Plus 4
Primary Plus 3
Primary Plus 2  
Primary Plus 1
Primary Plus Starter B  
Primary Plus Starter A

Kids (6-11 years)

Children at this age benefit from established class routines and are capable of longer periods of concentration in a classroom setting. Learners are still developing ideas, literacy and numeracy in their first language and our carefully selected English course content supports this.

Students on our kids’ courses:

  • cover topics of interest to children and relate these to their own experiences
  • increase their confidence and interest in the English language
  • learn and practise a wide range of language functions
  • are exposed to natural language through activities giving them a real purpose to communicate in familiar and meaningful situations
  • extend their knowledge of the world
  • develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills and model universal values and behaviour.

What will my child learn?

Depending on their level, students on a typical course learn how to introduce themselves, follow verbal instructions, write a postcard and ask for things politely. They will use English to study interesting and relevant topics, such as world travel and animals.

Teens (12-17 years)

Students on our teens’ courses:

  • cover all aspects of communication – listening, speaking, reading and writing
  • build on their existing knowledge of English
  • engage in a variety of activities such as interviews, surveys, role-plays, giving presentations and writing book reviews to facilitate and develop a rich and effective use of English
  • develop study skills such as organising and monitoring learning, note-taking, memorising, managing time and reading effectively
  • use materials such as course books, video, ICT and other authentic materials 
  • work with the whole class, in pairs or groups or individually to vary and maximise opportunities for interaction and confidence building.

What will I learn?

During the classes, you will:

  • have lots of time to speak English and practice pronunciation with your teacher and fellow classmates
  • develop your communication skills by working on projects in pairs and small teams
  • build up to a final project at the end of each module that has a real-life outcome, such as a presentation or blog
  • practise the skills you need for success in school exams and international universities
  • focus on real-world topics like artificial intelligence, gaming, ethical food and climate change.