Curriculum at a glance...


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Classes will be held online from Monday to Friday in the afternoons between 1:30pm - 4:30pm CET.

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Emergent Readers (4-6 year olds)

Immersing your little one in language activities that are full of fun. They will learn songs, tell stories, get creative and begin phonics and sight words with four themes kept in mind; a unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments, learning and development. Encouraging the youngest students to have a great time while being compassionate and respecting themselves and each other through using language.


Key Stage 1 (6-8 year olds)

These students will explore the world of language in folktales, poems and non-fiction stories.

Students will learn traditional narratives through stories like Jack and the Beanstalk, The Frog Prince and the Billy Goats Gruff, plus more modern tales. Giving them the chance to enjoy rhymes and use wonderful poems as inspiration for writing. In lessons, they will use spoken language to develop understanding through speculating, hypothesizing, imagining and exploring ideas. When word reading, students will continue to apply phonic knowledge and skills as the route to decode words and build interesting sentences.

By the end of KS1 they will be planning their work and writing longer pieces with a beginning, middle and end - as they would do, in a native English speaking primary school.


Key Stage 2 (8-12 year olds)

This Key Stage is spilt into two; Lower and Upper. Lessons are planned to fit the needs of each age group, choosing topics that are more complex and diverse than KS1. Students will work on their creativity and abilities of their language skills.

Throughout Key Stage 2 we will enjoy modern and classic narrative poems. Making the ordinary extraordinary! Exploring advanced vocabulary and imagery using figurative language.

Learning about stories with global variety, delving into letter-writing, revising conventions and analysing fascinating historical texts. Writing fan letters, tactful RSVPs and age-appropriate news articles. Refining their spelling, punctuation and grammar too!

Key Stage 2 covers a wide range of topics such as myths, poetry, novels, plays, newspaper articles, information texts, biography and autobiography. Students will be supported on their journey through English to ensure that they are reaching the required level for their age group.



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