Spanish in London – Spanish lesson for kids in London
Spanish lessons in London
Tuition in your home, library, nurseries, and schools.
Our Spanish for Kids programme is highly popular for children from three years old.
Spanish is taught in an expressive and dynamic way that makes learning fun.
Our highly experienced and native Spanish tutors appreciate the need to keep kids motivated and interested, and use a range of learning techniques including games, singing, dancing, arts and crafts, music, and storytelling time.
We place an emphasis on speaking and listening, ensuring that children will experience rewarding and enjoyable learning.
Our Spanish lessons are tailored to the needs of the student, depending on the level, abilities and objectives.
We teach Spanish at all levels in one-to-one or group settings.
We can arrange for a tutor to come to your home to teach your child or group of children of similar ages.
Our lessons are delivered at the time and place most convenient to you (home, library, school, nursery, etc.). Our tutors cover all locations within London.
We also run regular group lessons at popular locations.
All levels available: beginner, elementary, pre-intermediate, intermediate and advanced (pre-A1 to C2 on the Common European Framework of Reference of Languages).
Language Opportunity offers fun and dynamic lessons for children aged three years old and over.
|Prices per person||One to one||Two to one||3 – 5 students||Groups (max. 10 students)||Spanish + Flamenco (max. 10 students)|
|10 hours block (10% discount)||£22.50||£13.50||£10.50||£9||£9|
No booking fee.
The programme will teach children Spanish through dance, games, movement, and everyday activities. Crafting fun Spanish lessons for kids not only makes learning easy but also enriches their personal and language development.
Visit the Language Opportunity Blog to find out more about our Free Spanish lessons & Flamenco Dance programme for young people across London.
Engage in conversation in Spanish, introduction to Flamenco rhythms and Spanish vocabulary development.
Vocabulary and language skills learnt:
Body parts and movements
Asking simple questions
Benefits of learning a new language
• It will help children to develop intellectually.
• It expands their mental capacities.
• It stretches their listening ability to be able to hear clearer distinctions between sounds.
• It sensitises children to language, instead of just shutting out the hearing of another language as indistinct background noise, they become careful listeners and begin to recognise and discern the other language.
• It gives them a better understanding of their own native language.
• It gives them an appreciation for people of other countries and cultures.
• It takes away the fear of people different from themselves and any attempts at trying to communicate with them.
• In school testing, it has been proven that bilingual children consistently score higher than monolingual students.
• They have an academic advantage at being ahead of the game with college requirements.
• They have improved marketability in the business world. Global commerce continues to grow, and their language skills give them high qualifications.
From the list above, you can see that the benefits of learning a second language for children and young adults cover a large area from cognitive development, to social development, and even vocational development. These benefits will take them into adulthood with many advantages.
On top of this, we now add the benefits of dancing flamenco
For children and teenagers, getting to know their bodies through dance enables them to understand and navigate the world around them:
- The vocabulary they learn through dance can help them to learn a new language and culture.
- Helps to build self-esteem.
- It will teach them about feelings – to be able to enjoy happiness and tolerate sadness.
- Dance promotes discipline, coordination, memory, flexibility, strength, grace, and stamina. It builds positive self-esteem and confidence, helps with other sports, and is just great fun.
- Children love to move, stretch, and jump. We can introduce kids to new ways of moving their bodies in entertaining and constructive ways.
- They will develop a series of repetitive exercises such as footwork drills, arm elevations, and hand- and torso-twisting combine to challenge gross and fine motor skills and muscle memory.
- Songs originated from poets and dynasties within different regions of Andalusia will help them to learn about the Spanish culture.