Czech Lessons for ChildrenSunday Classes at Velehrad London in Barnes
Czech Art Club
Do you want your children to speak Czech but find teaching them at home difficult? Does your child understand Czech but refuses to speak? Would you like your children to be able to communicate independently in the Czech Republic? We have designed online sessions for children that teach them new vocabulary, phrases, songss as well as motivate them to speak more at home.
During our sessions, little learners learn Czech through play and active interaction. They are encouraged to speak Czech from the very beginning and use the language naturally. They play games, exercise, listen to Czech songs, watch Czech fairytales, read stories, draw and create things. Older children learn how to read and write and younger ones focus more on nursery rhymes and games.
We provide sessions for parents who would like to learn Czech as well. See more information here.
“My son was learning Czech with one of their teachers and even at the age of 3 he really enjoyed his classes. Their tutors are professional, flexible, and deliver really well structured courses, which are fun and very personalised.”
January, February: 13.1. – 10.2. (5 weeks): 13.1., 20.1., 27.1., 3.2., 10.2. (Holiday: 17.2., 24.2.)
March, April: 3.3. – 31.3. (5 weeks): 3.3., 10.3., 17.3., 21.3., 31.3. (Holiday: 7.4., 14.4., 21.4.)
April, May: CANCELED DUE TO CONSTRUCTION WORKS IN THE BUILDING
June, July: 9.6. – 14.7. (6 weeks): CANCELED DUE TO CONSTRUCTION WORKS IN THE BUILDING
Children Club (2 hours)
Children Club (2 hours)
Czech for Adults
Czech Through Games
The language is taught exclusively through games and a wide range of physical activities. These include Czech gym, Czech dancing, Czech messy cooking, popular Czech games or Czech role play. At our club, children play and learn at the same time.
Children and Parents
Both children and parents are actively involved throughout. The aim of the sessions is to enable everyone to have as much fun as possible. We help to reinstall bilingualism in families where the Czech language is not frequently spoken.
Czech Through Stories
Our goal is to promote and maintain Czech cultural traditions and customs. Children can enjoy Czech storytelling and explore famous Czech cartoon characters, like Krteček or Pat a Mat, through stories, fairytales, songs, or DVDs.
We want to improve and develop existing bilingualism in children with a passive knowledge of Czech. Our goal is to help them become confident and active speakers who can feel comfortable when they visit their grandparents or speak to friends.
“Excellent tuition in a comfortable environment – Highly recommended if you or your children would like to improve Czech language skills.”