Preparing for success.
Our Native Level English Speaker programme is designed for young learners (12-17 years old) who speak English at home – as a first or second language.
Together we will support your child to strengthen their language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) as well as their academic capabilities, including research, delivering presentations, writing creative narratives, or preparing for exams.
This programme is also a perfect supplement to the needs of children who may usually be studying in French; broadening their capabilities and capacity for learning by immersing them in an English-medium learning environment.
We also aim to maximise students’ potential for exam success by preparing them with new tools and techniques to tackle a wide range of questions. Young learners can put these skills into practice by taking an internationnally-recognised Cambridge English exam to certify their English language achievement and qualification.
Learning the Bell Way
Giving you assurance of the quality and transferability of their learning, we follow the Key Stage 3 curriculum – a standard across schools in England – underpinned by our six core principles of The Bell Way. Activities include:
- Vocabulary games
- Topic research
- Writing portfolio
- Exam practice
What to expect
Children attending our weekly Native Level English Language programme can expect to achieve the following learning outcomes:
- Perfect language skills (listening, reading, writing, and speaking)
- Improve learning techniques
- Develop understanding of complex grammatical structures
- Prepare for Cambridge exams (optional)
- Being confident in one’s self
- Improve academic skills
- Prepare for further education in English
- Develop analytical skills for a wide variety of texts
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How to register?
Completing the registration form below is the first step in the enrolment process. The Bell team will contact you to organize your child's placement test and send you an offer of enrolment. Please be informed that the form is not contractual at this stage.