Fun Learning English gives after- school English lessons to primary school aged children. Lessons are fun and interactive and focus on learning the language rather than grammar and rules.
Fun Learning English currently offers in school lessons at De School in Zandvoort. Children receive an hours’ English lesson a week from a native English speaker. Classes are developed to fit in with the school curriculum.
In the past we have also developed programs for reception aged children and for group 6 children. If you have a project that you would like to discuss with us please feel free to contact us and we can try to come up with a program to suit your school and the students’ needs.
Fun Performing English is a subsidiary of Fun Learning English. It offers drama lessons for children from native English speakers. Through the use of English plays, sketches and well known drama games, children are coached in drama. Fun Performing English uses experienced teachers many of whom are drama students or actors themselves. The whole program is in English and culminates in an English performance in front of class mates and family.
Fun Performing English is currently working on a second program with SGR Reigersbos in offering TTO students 2 hours a week of drama from native English speakers. The program will once again end with a performance for classmates and parents.
Many TTO schools are looking for native English speakers to practice conversational skills and grammar with TTO students. If you are interested in the Native English Speakers in the class projects please feel free to contact us and we can look at our teacher database to find a suitable teacher for your needs.
Fun Learning English is offering a camp in October for children from group 7 and 8. The camp will immerse children in English whilst doing fun activities such as climbing, playing sports and putting on a small play.
Fun Learning English is part of the Extra Curricular programme of activities at the British School in Amsterdam. The lessons compliment the work of the British School staff in supporting and guiding children for whom English is an additional language.