In English through Drama, children learn and practise spoken English by presenting funny, modern versions to classic fairytales in the style of British pantomime, with wild costumes and slapstick humour.
In English through Drama, children learn and practise spoken English by presenting funny, modern versions to classic fairytales in the style of British pantomime, with wild costumes and slapstick humour. The enjoyable content of this course and the dramatic techniques learnt, help children overcome any inhibitions they may have speaking English and also offers the perfect time for them to let their star shine.
English through Drama is taught for 4 to 5 hours a day for 1 to 4 weeks during school holidays.
Students learn about the world in English as they join Paul Ward and his family on their summer holiday. This course teaches spoken English, reading and writing, phonics and grammar through great activities, songs and stories.
Get Ahead and Catch Up are several courses designed for students who would like to increase their skills and performance in English as well as keep up with their English studies over the school holidays.
Studies have shown that consistency is important when learning a foreign language. This means children should continue to hone and practise their English, even when school is not in session—and this is exactly what the Get Ahead and Catch Up courses offer!
These holiday courses are for students aged 8 to 19 who have already studied English in school. The learning materials are age and level appropriate and are designed to enhance and improve spoken English, reading, writing and grammar, as well as increase vocabulary. All this is achieved through fun and interactive activities, games and positive reinforcement during lessons as well as repeated hearing of the language at home. Students enjoying this positive learning experience will do much better in school as a result and feel more confident and enthusiastic about English when the school year begins.