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Languages can be the most challenging part of home schooling for parents. Let us help!

As experts in language teaching for primary school children (KS1 and KS2), we know how to keep young learners engaged and motivated.SLAN TV is the fun, educational  and lively way for primary school children to learn some Spanish and everything is guided on video by a teacher.

Every Monday we send you THREE video lessons so you can spread out the learning during the week.

Try a sample lesson HERE - it's a lot of fun.

You can choose the most convenient time of day to do these lessons and your child can watch as many times as they want.
Each week is £5 per household (book as many weeks as you want).

Click HERE to book and choose the Monday you want to begin.

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Build the language foundations necessary to take on the challenges of secondary school, GCSEs and beyond

Become a lifelong language learner, open to all the opportunities in the world

Develop confidence leading to an increase in the ability to take risks and cope with making mistakes (vital in every part of education)

What we think...

It’s all about equipping your children today so they can follow their dreams later. Whether it’s being a footballer at Real Madrid, a scientist at Cern, studying AI in Beijing or programming computer games in Berlin… languages open the door to work, study and dreams.

Your child’s school should have language clubs which:

• Offer Spanish, French, German and Mandarin
• Are run by trained Language Guides, who motivate and inspire children
• Base all sessions on fun games, tasks and activities
• Let children earn stamps each week in their Language Passport
• Help parents with a termly overview of the sessions

Have any questions?

Visit our FAQs page to see all of our most frequent questions.
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