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LEVEL A0 (A0.1/A0.2/A0.3): COURSES FOR CHILDREN AGED 5 - 7
These courses last for a whole academic year with two sessions of 80 minutes per week.
Courses provide a great opportunity for children to acquire and experience the language through role-plays, games, stories, songs and simulations appropriate to their age and interests. Level A0 comprises courses based on spoken interaction and development of initial writing skills.

LEVELS A1 (A1.1/A1.2) and A2 (A2.1/A2.2): COURSES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS– BASIC USER
These courses last for a whole academic year with two sessions of 80 minutes per week.
Students acquire basic competence in the four language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Courses offer an interesting and stimulating teaching syllabi presenting information about the world and different cultures in a varied and appropriate manner.

LEVELS B1 (B1.1/B1.2) and B2 (B2.1/B2.2): COURSES FOR  HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – INDEPENDENT USER
These courses last for a whole academic year with two sessions of 80 minutes per week.
They bridge the gap between primary and more advanced courses and reflect a steady increase not only in language  competence used but also in cognitive maturity. Strong emphasis is placed on presenting language in realistic contexts to which students can relate. In addition, all relevant grammatical structures are incorporated in the curricula.

LEVELS C1 (C1.1/C1.2) and C2 (C2.1/C2.2): COURSES FOR STUDENTS – PROFICIENT USER
Courses at levels C1.1 and C2.1 last for a whole academic year, whereas courses at levels C1.2 and C2.2, which are examination preparation courses,  last for one semester. Lessons are organised in two sessions of 100 minutes per week.
Courses are full of motivating topics and stimulating activities, which broaden students’ horizons and bring their command of the language up to a proficient level of the language using:

  • Extensive practice in writing different types of texts
  • Maximised speaking practice through discussions, dialogues and debates
  • Authentic reading and listening materials
  • Vocabulary upgrading and recycling activities.

Note: All levels are aligned with the six levels of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR levels).

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