English Language School Teaching - EFL

A great way to learn English conversation

BABSSCo English lessons improve speaking, listening and pronunciation skills.  We teach students the language they need to make friends and enjoy the activities and excursions on the course.

Teaching Time

The amount of teaching time varies by course and centre.

  • Harrow (General English) - Average of 17.5 hours per week
  • Harrow (Plus Courses) - Average of 15.5 hours per week
  • Mill Hill - Average of 15 hours per week
  • Dulwich - Average of 15 hours per week
  • Heathfield - Average of 15 hours per week

Class Sizes

The maximum class size is 12 and the average class size is around 10.

BABSSCo English Lessons

BABSSCo Qualified EFL Teachers

Our teachers are qualified EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teachers. Many of them have worked for us for several years and are experienced in teaching young learners. They are friendly, fun and enthusiastic.  All of our staff pass a police check.

Classroom Lessons

Students improve their communication in English by doing interesting and exciting activities in their lessons. Teachers use course books and teaching material from our excellent BABSSCo resources, and make their lessons fun for young learners by using the internet, film and music in class.

Pronunciation Practice

Teachers use games, competitions and songs to help students work towards pronouncing English like a native speaker.

Language Activities

Students have fun while improving their spoken English through drama, role-play and games.  At most centres students can practise talking to native speakers on class trips to places such as a Post Office or station.

Producing a Class Project

Students work together on a class project such as a class blog, magazine, photo story or short film.  They can take their project home to show their friends and family at the end of the course.

BABSSCo provides:

  • Level testing on arrival
  • Progress monitoring
  • End of course oral test
  • Academic report
  • Course certificate
  • Free course book or alternative such as a reading book

At the end of the course there is a prize-giving ceremony. Students receive an academic report and course certificate, and most centres give a group photograph so you can look back and remember your new friends and from your BABSSCo course.

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