Igniting their interest

Give your child the gift of a language, and you give them the world.

Young kids are naturally good at it! Exposing them to a second or third language when they are younger makes the process of language learning acquisition so much easier and above all else, natural.

  • They have the ability to imitate pronunciation
  • Learning through play reflects how they learn in their native language
  • The learning strategies they use in their first language are applied in the
  • English room maximising their success.


Infusing language

Being all they can be!

Holistic learning develops the ´whole child´

Engaging their hearts, minds and bodies in active play based learning empowers, raises self esteem and self confidence.

KidsSpeak provides opportunities to take risks and cultivate a growth mindset.


Nurturing creative minds

Making learning meaningful!

Einstein said ´Imagination is more important than knowledge´.

Creating a visual image in our ´minds eye´ opens the door to thinking outside the box, creating new connections and stimulating creativity and motivation.

Kids become involved, sparking their interest and participation. They instantly become more engaged and therefore more likely to enjoy, retain, focus and behave better.


Language in Action

Kinesthetic learning

Movement in the KidsSpeak classroom is an essential element, it mimics how you learn your first language and makes it more memorable!

Creating connections between words, phrases and sentences by creating physical movements to reflect and represent the language, boosts memory recall, interest and comprehension.

It captures their attention as well as helping the children to re-focus.


Set the stage for success

Scaffolding language

Supporting children´s language development by offering just the right help at just the right time in just the right way makes kids feel safe and successful.


Expand & grow

Learning within a context

Presenting and creating a context to practice the language provides the kids a real communicative value. It gives meaning.

Children delight in imagination and fantasy and playing within such a context, offers ample opportunities to use the language in practice.


Boosting fluency

Repetition, repetition, repetition

This was previously considered to be a bad word but according to latest neuro studies, it has been found that repetition has it´s value. It actually causes the brain to physically change.

Repeating content using as many different techniques, situations and contexts

  • Builds connections between neurons
  • Strengthens skill
  • Improves speed.
  • Builds confidence
  • Retains and solidifies

Creating positive young children who feel successful.