РУССКИЙ ENGLISH

English for children

Children (3-4 y.o.).

The youngest children don’t know any letters, but they love colorful pictures. They cant sit still for a long time, but they love playing, drawing and singing songs. They become attentive when you tell them stories, and they are happy when the story becomes real and they can play with the fairy-tale characters coming to life from the books.

For the youngest learners, we use the “Pebbles” course books with well-chosen tasks, colorful pictures and exciting fairy-tales accompanied by professional audio-files.

The lessons are held in such a manner, that the children dont even notice the process of learning over being busy doing their favorite activities. They learn a lot of words and phrases frequently used in English.


The children of this age group have lessons for 30 minutes twice a week.

Children (5 - 7 y.o.).

Course books: Get ready
The course has songs and activities in accordance with the interests typical for children of this age. While doing things they enjoy the most (coloring, drawing, watching cartoons, playing with puppet characters, taking part in stage performances), your children will learn the numbers and the alphabet, they will learn reading, writing their first letters and words, they will be able to understand and use the basic vocabulary of the English language.

The children of this age group have lessons for 45 minutes twice a week.

Children ( 8 - 12 y.o.).

While participating in exciting adventures with super-heroes and pirates, good and evil wizards, playful monsters, your children will make their way from the first words and phrases to fluent communication.

The course is based on the New Chatterbox course books and divided into 4 levels.

The following study schedules are possible:

twice a week per 1 academic hour; or
once a week per 2 academic hours.

Children (11 - 12 y.o.).

«Project», a five-level course book, is the second edition of the popular Project English course. Its grammar-focused analytic approach will quickly lead to students' progress, whereas the modern design type and the improved structure of the course book will allow for its more convenient use in the study process. The Project course focuses on reading and speaking skills. All the grammar exercises are based on real life situations.

The following study schedules are possible:

twice a week per 1 academic hour; or
once a week per 2 academic hours.