Your child will learn naturally through play and Timmy's stories

Introducing English to your child between the ages of two and six allows them to learn the language when it comes to them most naturally. 

The British Council's early years specialists have designed Learning Time with Timmy to be fun and engaging for your child. Our approach to learning nurtures your child's creativity, critical thinking and social skills as they learn English.

It boosts their self-confidence and helps them develop communication skills and good pronunciation. Find out more about how we teach.

We have partnered with Aardman animation studios because the stories of their world-famous character Timmy, star of Timmy Time, enable your child to learn new words in context. Timmy and his friends will capture your child’s imagination. This connection deepens their engagement in the learning process. A more memorable and motivating experience for your child, a stronger foundation in English.

Improve your child's learning with our world of English expertise.

Course overview


  • 3 packages at full amount :1 term = BDT 33,920 | 2 terms = BDT 67,840 | 3 terms = BDT 101,760 
  • 3 packages at discounted amount : 1 term = 10% off  at BDT 30,528|  2 terms = 15% off at BDT  57,664  | 3 terms = 22% off at BDT 79,373 
  • Instalment Payment solutions: Pay termly packages upfront and get discounts or pay each term in two instalments at the full amount of BDT 33,920 (not eligible for discount). Instalment 1 at BDT 17,300 at the beginning of the term and Instalment 2 at BDT 16,620 after 8 weeks into the term. Please note - students can join any time and can pay a pro-rated fee for that term at the full amount (BDT 707/hr) 


1 term = 16 weeks, 48 hours | 2 terms = 32 weeks, 96 hours | 3 terms = 48 weeks, 144 hours

Age: 5-6 years

Class Capacity : 12 Students per class 


Aged 5-6 your child will:

  • Increase confidence to speak in sentences English by playing with stories
  • Develop creativity and begin to express his/her own ideas
  • Developing literacy skills to begin reading and writing in preparation for primary level

They will do this by:

  • describing, imitating and changing familiar stories
  • inventing stories and expressing them through art, drama, dance, movement, information technology or writing
  • being aware of own feelings and describing some of them
  • describing him/herself, identifying abilities, and expressing preferences and opinions
  • forming recognisable letters and attempting to write short sentences.
  • extending vocabulary by grouping and naming objects
  • linking sounds to letters, beginning to segment sounds in simple words and blending them together to read
  • recognising numbers and counting up to 20
  • counting items in two or three groups, and recording them using marks they can interpret and explain
  • ordering familiar events in stories and familiar steps in everyday tasks
  • recreating roles and experiences in play situations

Certificate Ceremonies

Parents will be emailed reports at the end of each term.  All students will receive certificates in the final lesson of the term. There will be a class presentation ceremony. Students completing the full academic year will be receive a certificate celebrating their achievement.