Easter courses for children and teenagers

Are you busy over Easter when your child is on holiday? 
Do you want to make sure that your child is having fun, doing something useful and learning new skills?

No worries! We've got the answer with British Council Easter English courses for children and teens.

What you need to know about our courses:

  • our Easter English courses are an excellent opportunity for your children to practise and develop their language skills
  • our four-day course uses contemporary themes and provides our students with the opportunity to participate in a variety of engaging and fun activities.  

4 days | 29 March to 01 April 2021

To join the course, please complete the form below and we will get back to you. All fields are mandatory.

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