ENJOY LEARNING WITH THE WORLD’S ENGLISH EXPERTS
Young Achievers is a skills based course that will help increase your child's fluency and confidence in using English, and enhance their abilities in speaking, listening, reading and writing.
Students use a course book designed to provide a structure to the lessons, developing their use of the language through stimulating and challenging activities. The classes are fun and interactive, encouraging young learners to effectively communicate and improve their vocabulary and grammar.
Your child will be encouraged to:
- Communicate clearly and confidently in English
- Think creatively and imaginatively in different situations
- Activate their knowledge and become more fluent
- Develop their communicative competencies
- Learn independently by developing effective reading habits
Your child will receive an end of term report and a British Council certificate on the last day of the course.
About the COURSE
The course provides theme-based activities designed to develop language skills (speaking, writing, reading and listening), vocabulary and pronunciation. The course also offers collaborative activities that enhance interpersonal communication skills and fluency.
|Course duration||28 hours over 7 weeks|
|Course dates||13 August - 25 September (Sat or Sun)|
|Age groups||Whizz Kids (7-10 years)|
|Shining Stars (11-12 years)|
|Ace Teens (13-15 years)|
how to apply
Please leave your contact details on this page, and we will contact you within 48 hours to schedule your child's appointment for a Level Test and course counselling session at our Camac Street office, Kolkata.
It is important that children must always be accompanied by an adult while coming to sit for a test, counselling, registration, and for pick-up and drop during classes.
Our 7-week monsoon term begins 13 August 2016. Hurry! Register now.
The British Council believes that all children have potential and that every child matters – everywhere in the world. The British Council affirms the position that all children have the right to be protected from all form of abuse as set out in article 19, UNCRC 1989.