Do the teachers all have a fully enhanced DBS?
For lunchtime clubs, do the children have time for lunch and a play as well as the club?
Yes, Children usually have lunch first, then the club session, followed by a break with time for them to use the toilets before returning to their afternoon sessions.
Are the teachers fluent in the language they are teaching?
Yes, most are teaching their native language or have lived for some time in a country where that is the main language spoken.
Is there lots of homework?
No, this is a fun session.
What are the sessions like?
They are much more like a children’s party than a formal lesson, as children learn through play, activities and songs.
Do the children have to sit still?
No, The club sessions are active and include drama, action songs and games as well as an activity sheet.
Do we get reports?
Yes, the teachers write termly topic reports and they are posted on our website at half term so that you can follow the topics at home if you wish.
Do the sessions carry on from term to term?
Absolutely! It takes years to learn a language and our courses continue from reception to year 6.
Do I have to give notice?
If you are leaving the club or school, please give at least half a term’s notice.
Can the parents watch?
Parents cannot attend a club session but the teachers are always willing to give individual feedback.
Do you hold end of term presentations?
Yes, we aim to hold a short presentation before we break up for Christmas or at the end of the school year.