The classes are available for several groups with a native and experienced teacher. The minimum commitment is for a full school year. The students receive a workbook to support their learning, as well as doing interactive activities such as vocabulary games, role-plays, songs or games to put theory into practice. Private lessons or higher level school support is possible on request.
4-5 years – Activities such as singing songs, playing games, telling stories, crafting and cooking, all in English or French.
Level A1 – Beginners (from 6 years old) – Understanding use of simple everyday language, presenting themselves and developing vocabulary.
Level A2 – Pre-intermediate level (8 to 12 years) – can communicate in simple and routine tasks, exchanging information on familiar matters.
Level B1 – Intermediate level (teens) – Can understand main points in written texts, deal with most situations and engage in conversation on many topics. Can give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.
Level B2 – Advanced (teens) – Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with users of the target language. Preparation for the Cambridge examination certificate.
Conversation table for adults – A topic, text, piece of news or video is shared together and grammar and vocabulary is explained. The main focus of the lesson however, is on fluency and oral communication.