After-School Language Classes
Extra support for your child.
Supplement school lessons with targeted extra tuition and encouragement – or learn an extra language
Beat the Exam Monster
GCSE / A Level / IB
Are the predicted grades not what you want? Do you struggle with some aspects of the language? Does it sometimes seem that your teacher is speaking a foreign language when explaining something to you? Or do you want a flying start as you come into your GCSE years?
It could be that your learning style is different. It could be that you missed a crucial step sometime ago. It could be that you just need some individual support. Whatever the reason, we can help. We can help get you back on track for top grades.
“I was predicted a C but with help from Sue I got an A!” – Michael D
“I got 99% in a school test today!” – Millie B
“I’m going to get a 7 at IB next year. My confidence has grown so much. Thank you.” – Andrew H
We recommend weekly 1:1 sessions and can offer French, German, Italian, Spanish and Japanese.
Years 1/2 & 3/4
“I’m sorry I can’t come to Spanish because I have to play football for the school. I would rather be at Spanish”. – Will S.
“PLEASE can we have lessons in the holidays?” – Edward B.
These are not common reactions to extra lessons after school!
The earlier that one starts to learn another language the easier it is. Now most primary schools provide some lessons but are they enough to create a love of languages and an ability to use them outside school?
There is an option here in Bishops Stortford. We offer individual and small group sessions as well as our
After-School Language Clubs
Come and learn French, Italian or Spanish in a fun and focused way
An opportunity for youngsters to learn Spanish, which is one of the world’s top three most useful languages, as well as French and Italian.
Join a group of up to 8 people and learn to talk in French, Italian or Spanish (and perhaps teach your parents?!)
The highly engaging lessons are run by our very creative, experienced and motivating teachers.
For more information just tell us who to talk to: