Being bilingual can help to open up many future opportunities for your child.
By teaching your child a second language at home or by seeking the help of an accredited language course, you can help to develop your child’s listening, problem-solving and critical thinking skills. These are all skills that will benefit your child’s future, both personally and professionally.
Here are three ideas you can try to help teach your child English and encourage a love of language…
Let’s start with something really simple, but effective…To help children learn the basic English vocabulary, try labelling objects around your home using sticky notes. If your child sees these labels every day and practices saying these words out loud, they’ll be more likely to remember them.
Take advantage of your child’s tablet or smartphone to help their language learning. There are some excellent interactive and educational programmes available online. This is a great compromise if they enjoy spending time on their smart devices. Online language learning resources are fun and interactive, whilst providing the foundations of English vocabulary and pronunciation.
An intensive, residential summer course is a brilliant way for children to learn English, especially when that course is in England itself!
Intensive English language summer courses work by fully immersing students in the language. They usually include lots of fun activities and socialising opportunities, along with English lessons, which helps to both relax and focus students.
Our World English Courses provide students with an unforgettable summer experience, balancing learning with leisure and recognising that making friends and gaining confidence go hand-in-hand with the acquisition of language skills. Find out more here.
Our centres are based in impressive schools, surrounded by beautiful countryside. They are located in London and the South East of England.
Our range of courses embrace a combination of learning with leisure, so that each student has a memorable experience.
If you have questions about any of our courses, please fill out our course enquiry form with your queries.
Our centres are conveniently located so that both educational and personal trips are trouble-free. We also boast outstanding sports facilities.
The aim of the course is to improve English comprehension skills, along with grammar and pronunciation.
Now in its 15th year, Global Young Leaders is a premium debate and communication course for students aged 14 to 17.
These courses offers boys and girls aged 8-17 the opportunity to develop their theatrical skills in Drama and Dance.
This course, run in association with Chelsea FC Foundation, are open to boys and girls aged 8-14.
This course provides a combination of tennis coaching, English classes and a programme of social activities.
This course is aimed at pupils aged 14-17, including native speakers.