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The British Council's Young Learners Holiday Course is an opportunity for your child to explore the world beyond English and develop the 21st-century competencies, in a fun and adventurous environment, needed for academic and future success.
Want to get an 'Awesome Achievers and Adventure' certificate for your child? Enrol your child in the British Council's Young Learners Holiday Course to improve their English skills through a variety of games, teamwork challenges and fun activities. At the end of the course, your child will receive an 'Awesome Achievers and Adventure' certificate!
At the British Council, we believe that language and communication skills are an integral part of almost every skill in life. That is why our Holiday Study Courses use English as a way to explore the world around us, developing problem-solving, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.
In the course, students explore different themes while developing their written or spoken communication skills. Through exciting topics, learners build their knowledge of the world around them and ignite their love of learning.
Courses are available for children aged 7-14 years.
In this course students will:
- develop their vocabulary on a range of different topics
- gain confidence in writing and communicating in a variety of situations
- develop their world knowledge and intellectual curiosity
- improve their creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
What types of activities will the students do?
- games, crafts and fun activities
- treasure hunts
- group projects
- teamwork challenges
- hands-on experiments and interactive learning
- infographics and presentations
What to expect for the Holiday Course?
- smaller class sizes allowing for lots of individual attention and support
- providing your child with opportunities to collaborate and communicate with friends and teachers
- internationally qualified, experienced and professional teachers
- a safe and secure environment for your child