Language learning is based on CLIL – Content and Language Integrated Learning/Integrated Language and Object Teaching. CLIL differs fundamentally from any typical method of teaching English as a foreign language. In contrast to traditional language classes, CLIL involves teaching a subject through a foreign language. Therefore, a foreign language becomes a tool for a child to learn about the world rather than a goal in itself. CLIL-based language method is oriented on children's own interest in learning English as means and incentive for describing the surrounding world: music, information technology, film, stories. CLIL develops children in a range of areas to facilitate their path around all the diversified topics which are discussed at school.

Our CLIL methodology is based on a few basic assumptions:

Engage & Interact – a teacher has a task of making a child involved in the learning process. A child is able to absorb far less whenever feeling bored with a class. Hence we implement use appealing and interactive teaching methods, including latest technology, to help children become an integral part of the class. Throughout the week children have from five up to fifteen classes of English. Language level evaluations are carried out at the start of the year. Then the teacher together with a native speaker and an English language teacher decide to sign up a child for the Cambridge exam. Once passed the appropriate certificate is awarded: YLE, KET, PET, to show the child's mastery of English gained thus far.