The School, founded in 1994, helps our pupils develop their English Skills.

The students, approximately 70% children and teens, and 30% adults, range from pre-reading/writing  children to B1, B2, C1, C2 adult classes. The very  young learners (4-7)are usually taught by two specialist teachers.

The school has six well-equipped classrooms with: wifi, laptops, projectors, interactive whiteboards, tablets for student use. There is an extensive library of resources constantly reviewed & updated, internal network of shared materials, supplementary material, & graded readers.

Our Ethos
English is not just another school subject but a tool for communicating with.

            • We want our pupils to learn English in an effective, fun and engaging way.
            • We want our students to really communicate in English with fluency, accuracy and good pronunciation.
            • We work on all language skills but most importantly we encourage our students to communicate confidently and independently.
            • We encourage school-aged students to make links with English from school and put their English into action.Consequently  we strive to ensure classes are hands-on, vivid, real and purposeful; taking into consideration, where possible, individual learning styles/needs.

School students
Pupils  follow a textbook which provides structure and direction. It is used in a flexible way along with supplementary material.

Pupils are  assessed through their classwork & termly tests.

It informs planning

Ups pupils awareness of their progress

It’s one step in helping them become more autonomous learners.

The success and smooth-running of the school, and subsequently pupils’ learning is based on mutual respect inside and outside of the classroom.

Teachers, administration, parents and pupils all  collaborate so their learning experience to be as effective and pleasurable as possible.

Adults like school-aged pupils, generally follow a text book which acts as a springboard. We work to balance developing our pupils English skills with helping those who want to prepare an external English exam.

These groups tend to do termly take-home exams making the most of their time in the classroom to work on oral skills.
Adults are assessed in a function-led, rather than, grammar-led way, reflecting the school’s ethos.

Students have found it empowering and more relevant.

We are always looking for ways to improve.