School clubs

Speak Like A Native school clubs

Our school clubs bring the fun of languages to primary, prep and pre prep schools.  At Speak Like A Native, we focus on children from reception through KS1 and KS2 and develop confidence and build foundations in Spanish, French, German or Mandarin that will last a lifetime.

School clubs for primary schools in Spanish, French, German and Mandarin.
School clubs where KS1 and KS2 children have fun with languages.

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Key details about our school clubs

  • Core languages Spanish, French, German and Mandarin
  • Clubs before, during and after school
  • Two main age groups: Explorers (KS1) and Pathfinders (KS2)
  • Additional age group: Discoverers (KS3)
  • All our school clubs are based on exploration and participation in games, tasks and activities that are fun and meaningful
  • Key skills practised: listening and speaking
  • Our Explorers confidence and awareness of sounds and new language
  • Our Pathfinders develop familiarity with the language that they plan on doing at secondary school
  • FREE PLACES: whether it’s to help families who can’t afford the club or as incentives / prizes for children the school selects, we are always happy to offer free places in each club
  • All our Language Guides have Enhanced DBS and Level 2 Safeguarding for Children
  • Club sessions range from 30 – 60 minutes (depending on the host school / institution)
  • Most clubs are run on a ratio of 1 Language Guide to 10 children, ensuring maximum attention and exposure to the language
  • Your Frequently Asked Questions
  • See Terms and Conditions and Policies and Procedures 
  • British Council report 2018 on which languages today’s children should be learning and how schools can improve.

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As citizens of the world, the pupils at Frith Manor School want to communicate in languages other than English.  Speak Like a Native promotes the love and joy of languages … as opposed to rote learning stock words and phrases! 

Leigh Carmichael, Head Teacher, Frith Manor Primary School