Spanish for Children
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Our Spanish for children course is a great way to get your young ones involved from a very early age. As long as your little one can use a mouse we should be fine, though we do recommend that this course be for 10 to 13 year old students. However; if you are happy as parents that your child will be able to use the computer well enough, or that you know you will be able to be around in the background just in case of problems, then we are happy to be flexible with ages. Remember that all of our teachers speak English too!
This course consists of 30 levels. Each level will last approximately 5 weeks, based on an estimated 2 hours/week, we can be flexible on the exact number of hours you study per week but you need to complete a total of 10 hours in order to complete the level, and the hours for this course must be completed within a 10 week period. Once you have completed a level there will be an assessment to see if you’re ready to go on to the next level or whether it’s necessary to repeat the level; at this point it’s also necessary to renew the payment for the next level you will study.
The first 15 levels are elementary, the second block of 15 levels are basic, and the third block of 15 levels are lower intermediate. Just to clarify the price that appears on the screen is per level (10 hrs) for a 1 on 1 class, group classes are cheaper (Please see out table of prices for further details). If taking class as part of a group and you are unable to attend class at the time scheduled with the group, then unfortunately those hours are lost (It might be possible to join another group of the same level if one exists at a later date, but we cannot guarantee this). If your class is a private class, then provided that you have notified us no later than 3 hours before the time that the class is due to start (your time zone) via email, those hours will simply be rescheduled for a different time and won’t be lost. Failure to notify us of any cancellations or you notify us less than 3 hours before the class is due to start, then the hours programmed for that schedule will be lost.