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British Council brings the exciting Summer Programme to life yet again. This summer, your child can learn contemporary life skills such as creativity, critical thinking and problem solving and improve their confidence and communication skills through fun and interactive lessons.

Unlike other summer camps, British Council’s Summer programme is designed to give your child a holistic experiential learning experience at a safe and child-friendly space. It is a unique fun-filled, theme-based programme made to equip children with 21st century skills through English language training that prepares them to be creative and forward-thinking global citizens. For more than 70 years, the British Council, the world’s English experts have been delivering high-quality English courses and workshops to learners around the world. The Summer Programme this year will focus on enhancing world knowledge, develop life skills and improve fluency in English to give kids and teenagers confidence and be future ready.

21st century skills are critical to ensure success in today’s highly competitive academic and professional environment. These life skills will equip children to solve problems, make decisions, think critically, communicate ideas effectively and work well within teams and groups. The course will include special features like digital learning, public speaking, creative writing and learning with the use of films in the class. The unique Young Learner teaching methodology is task-based focusing on real-life activities, where classes are delivered in a fun and interactive way. The specially formulated activities and engagement with a variety of media will help children gain these life skills naturally.

All this and more, as the young learners develop specific skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and aspects of language (vocabulary and pronunciation) in a fun, secure and learner centric environment. There are multiple batches available and learners can choose a time slot as per their preference.

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