British Council launches high quality learning activities for children this summer

British Council
A fun and interactive way of learning for kids and teens

Is your child bored of long-hours of boring lessons or spending time in front of screens? British Council launches a fun-learning experience to train the children in the most interactive ways. This expert driven programme is led to motivate every student and get everyone working together.

With hands-on experience with projects building skills like problem solving, teamwork and critical thinking as well as focus on real-world topics like artificial intelligence, gaming, ethical food, and climate change.

The British Council has launched its popular Summer School programme that helps parents from across UAE give their children the confidence and tools to succeed in an evolving world.

Spark your child’s imagination, so they can express themselves with confidence that goes beyond their English language skills. Fully face-to- face, British Council’s Summer School course has been designed to also enable participants to improve their core communication skills while discovering their own style and talents.

The fun, interactive, and inspiring learning classes are for children between the ages of 6 and 17, classes are divided by age and ability for older students to ensure age-appropriate learning and tasks. With small class sizes, the children will get the best attention and one-on-one coaching. The curriculum has been adjusted with a greater focus on a child’s overall development and honing their interpersonal skills to create more agile and adaptive individuals prepared to succeed in a globalised, always evolving world.

The courses offer flexible start dates with 5 classes per week, 3 hours per day from beginner to upper intermediate  levels.

Registration dates are as follows:

Summer School 1: 4th July – 15th July

Summer School 2: 25th July – 5th August

Summer School 3: 8th August – 19 August

The classes are priced at: 2 weeks: AED 2,900,  4 weeks: AED 5,400

To learn more about the Summer School programme, please visit:

Summer School for kids (6-11 years):

Summer School for teens (12-17 years):


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