ENGLISH CLASSES FROM MCS SCHOOL
English classes for children 7-16 years old with professional native speaker teachers from MCS School are based on a communicative approach where grammar and vocabulary are practiced in speaking and writing to guarantee that a student is confident and flexible with new constructions. Students are assigned homework practice of reading, writing, grammar and vocabulary which allows them to progress more intensively through the course.
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English lessons for schoolchildren and teenagers where your child will not just learn but SPEAK the language! Fun activities, games, theater, cooking and a snack together with vocabulary and grammar practice. At the end of the year students take a Cambridge exam at their level from Starters to Advanced.
Preparation for the English school follows the National Curriculum for England. We aim to provide an intellectually challenging and rewarding learning experience for each child. Our principal objective is for each pupil to develop a deep interest in, and love for learning. Students will be taught to apply this learning to the everyday world around them.
ENGLISH FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN
Taking exams to get Cambridge English certificates.
Speaking, reading and writing skils in English are depeloped every class.
Classes during the week are in the afternoon so that school children can attend English classes after school.
Professional native speaker teachers hold teaching degrees and certificates.
Creative projects and role play in English are a vital part of our English programme.
Regular skills assessment are conducted to ensure every student progresses with the porgramme and meets the required standards.
PREPARATION FOR BRITISH SCHOOL
RESEARCH AND CURIOSITY
READING AND WRITING
MINI-PRESENTATIONS AND SPEAKING SKILLS
CREATIVITY AND INDEPENDENCE
PREPARATION FOR BRITISH SCHOOL SUBJECTS
Children are learning the core subjects of the Primary School and Secondary School.
Science & Humanities – foundations of Biology, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, History and Society.
Maths & Non-Verbal Reasoning – Mathematical concepts and terminology, non-standard tasks, non-verbal reasoning, foundations of the theory of probability and data analysis.
English Presentations & Creative Writing – practical skills of making a presentation – structuring and developing ideas, delivering them convincingly and confidently in speaking and writing.
Enrolment into the programme is conducted upon the results of an interview.