Cool Kids Course (6-10 years)€0
About this course
Our youngest students learn English through a variety of child-centred, fun- filled activities under the expert supervision of fully qualified teachers. Activities include songs, roleplays, board games, arts, and drama.
Courses are designed to keep your children interested and focused while having fun at the same time. They learn English together with other young students from different parts of the world. The focus of the Cool Kids Course is on conversation practice. It is important to us that our young learners gain confidence in understanding and using the English language and that they enjoy it.
The schedule of the courses for all family members are coordinated so that you are all in class at the same time and may meet up at break times.
- Mondays to Fridays 9.30 to 12.45 (including a 15 min coffee break from 11.00 to 11.15)
- GE Group Courses for adults and Cool Kids Courses take place in our main school building.
- Our Keen Teens Courses take place in a local secondary school situated just around the corner from our main school building.
- Optional Afternoon Activities take place on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons. Optional daytrips take place on Saturdays.
What is the timetable for this course?
9.30 to 12.45 including a 15 min break from 11.00 to 11.15
Is this the right course for my child?
The Cool Kids Course has been designed for 6 to 10-year-old children.
The main learning outcome is for the children to start communicating in English and having a great time doing so. This is a mixed-level class of 8 to 15 children. We accept language beginners (A0), elementary (A1), and pre-intermediate (A2) learners. This course is activity-based and includes board games, arts and crafts, songs, roleplays etc.
If your child enjoys playing and making new friends, he/she will pick up lots of English words and phrases in a relaxed atmosphere.
Can I have some information on the Academic Programme?
Our Cool Kids Course is a mixed-level group for our youngest learners aged 6 to 10. Particular emphasis will be placed on oral communication and the ability to understand and express oneself through simple, basic English. Some learners may not know how to read and write yet. Vocabulary-building and the introduction of functional language will play a large part in this programme to broaden learners’ lexical knowledge and in turn, promote confidence using the English language. Emphasis will also be placed from the very beginning on pronunciation skills, vital in language learning.
The teaching of vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation will be done mainly through listening and speaking activities, such as simple conversations, word repetition, rhymes, songs, audiovisual, storytelling, memory games, word and image matching games, board games, charades, and mining, dressing up and drama, roleplay, arts and crafts, cooking/baking, outdoor games, etc.
When does the course take place and how much does it cost?
This course takes place at Easter from 25 to 29 March, in June/July from 24 June to 26 July, and in August from 19 August to 30 August.
One week: €260
2 siblings and at least one parent attending a course: €245 per child
3 or more siblings and at least one parent attending a course: €230 per child
Two weeks: €500
2 siblings and and least one parent attending a course: €470
3 or more siblings and at least one parent attending a course: €445 per child
Three weeks: €740
2 siblings and at least one parent attending a course: €690 per child
3 or more siblings and at least one parent attending a course: €655 per child
Family Registration fee: €25 per family member up to a total of €75
Activity Programme (4 afternoon activities and Saturday day trip):
Easter: €130 per person (at least one parent must book activities together with their child)
Summer: €150 per person per week (at least one parent must book activities together with their child)
Where can we stay?
We recommend families to book self-catering apartments. Please note that apartments are booked quickly for July and August.