Courses for Children
We offer a wide variety of courses for children ranging from basic English to learning English through art, science, and stories. We are investing in training that captures children’s interest and imagination, because language learning is much more efficient when kids have fun while studying.
Our courses and learning environment stimulate children to experiment with the language and foster their creativity, curiosity, and intelligence. Our teachers support and encourage kids to be active in class, to build their confidence in an English-speaking environment, and to not shy away from using the language in any situation.
Below is a list of our courses for children. After taking a look, please come back for more general information and information on how to register.
Our courses embrace a wide range of age groups, from early childhood to teen age (1 – 17 years).
We offer courses for children at all levels, according to the Common European Language Framework.
120 academic hours per school year divided in 2 terms for ages 1 – 12 years
180 academic hours per school year divided in 2 terms for teenagers (13 – 17 years)
1st term: October 1 – January 31
2nd term: February 4 – June 13
Groups are small – from 5 to 10 children in a class. Teenagers’ groups are up to 12 people.
Please note that to form a group a minimum of 5 children is required.
We combine material from well-known publishers with fun and interactive materials created by our highly-qualified teachers. Some of the courses that require tailor-made content are entirely created by our teachers.
Parents will be able to follow their child’s progress via ClassDojo. This is a mobile app connecting teachers, parents, and students who use it to share photos, videos, and messages through the school day. ClassDojo helps teachers, students, and parents work together as a team, share in the classroom experience, and bring big ideas to life in their classrooms and homes. Students have their own virtual characters, which collect points for dedication, team-work, persistence, concentration, and speaking English. Parents can follow the story of their child’s class on their smart phone, or computer. Additionally, parents will have the opportunity to visit parent-teacher meetings twice in a semester.
How to Register
Steps to Follow
1. Check the information about the courses we offer and choose a course that matches your needs.
2. Contact our Coordinator to book a placement test and a free consultation.
3. Take your child to the College for a placement test and use the time to consult with our Coordinator.
4. Book a place for the course by signing a contract with the External Programs Coordinator.
5. Pay the course fee before the beginning of the course.
Tanya Djuvinova, External Programs Coordinator
Work days: Monday – Friday (July – September) and Tuesday – Saturday (October – June)
Tel: 974 41 44, 434 10 12, 434 10 10 (dial code for Sofia: 02).