Our school is active, experimental, and extremely practical, teaching only the most authentic English: English exactly as it is spoken in real life.
We offer a natural, fluid, “real-life” and lively teaching environment at our school, teaching languages in a practical, pragmatic and social way.
We achieve an interactive dynamic which encourages pupils to use the foreign language orally through communicative activities. The activities relate to important lessons which are adapted to pupils’ experiences and real life.
The actual learning of this new language emerges from the environment that the child is immersed in and from the interpersonal relationships they establish with others. The children learn English through practice and experience in an English-speaking environment, hearing and repeating, taking part in games, exercises and projects, interacting and communicating with teachers and being actively involved in the education process.
Our pupils learn spoken English. Theory never comes before practice.
Our unique teaching methods
We use our own unique oral, natural and communicative methodology which combines Language Stimulation techniques with an active psychomotor teaching approach, all of which are applied through practice and play.
Games, rhythm, music, movement, body language, poetry, dance, theatre, communication, conversation, dialogue and participation form the base upon which our work is carried out.
We use a flexible, open, diverse and varied methodology which teaches pupils how to familiarise themselves with English and understand the way the language works in context. Our teaching method helps pupils to understand the practical usage of the language’s structures and acquire appropriate pragmatics. This will allow them to speak, play and interact with British natives and understand and practice the language with them.
Our methodology helps pupils to easily understand and acquire a fundamental oral base which supports studying English through reading, writing and grammar analysis. This helps pupils perfect what they have learnt and understand the syntax of the English language and the way it works in later stages.