Cambridge programme

Admission to the course is for children aged 7 to 11. Testing is held before distributing into groups. The graduates of our Kid’s Centre are accepted without testing.
The training system in our courses focuses on the development of communicative English language skills in a child, bringing the knowledge to the level of elementary English in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
The system of training in our courses is divided into three levels:

• entry-level “Starters”,
• intermediary level “Movers”
• and advanced level “Flyers”.

The course levels and teaching methods are developed by Cambridge University according to the principle of increasing complexity. The children start with simple words and phrases at the Starters level and gradually approach more complex linguistic units of the Movers and Flyers levels.
Training is conducted by pedagogues having certificates for teaching under this method.
At the end of the course the pupil passes a test.
EVERY child taking the Young Learners examination receives a certificate of a particular advantage: it may have a maximum of 5 signs in the form of Cambridge emblem for every language skill (listening, reading, writing, speaking).
The received score shows which of the skills was mastered better by the child. The tests are checked by the specialists of Cambridge University.