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Our courses and characters

At Kids&Us your children grow up hand in hand with our characters. Students will use their imaginative way of seeing and understanding the world around them.

Discover the Kids&Us method courses

Babies - From the first year of life

One and two-year-olds

Hand in hand with two sweet little mice, the students delve into the world of English. It all starts in an emotionally stimulating environment where interaction is encouraged from day one. In this setting, the children learn to distinguish and decipher the sounds of English. At this stage they speak their first words in English and in their mother tongue almost at the same time.

Kids - Learning to the rhythm of nature

From the age of three

The Kids&Us characters grow up at the same pace as our students because they are inspired by real girls and boys belonging to the age groups corresponding to our students’. Together with the protagonists of each course, students continue to learn English motivated by situations which are very close to their interests.

Tweens - Inquisitive minds grow everywhere

From the age of nine

Thanks to the strong oral foundation achieved in the Kids stage, Tweens students can make further progress in the internalisation of a large number of structures and idiomatic expressions. They become adept at reading and begin to write their first texts with the help of situations and characters that are meaningful for preadolescents.

Teens - Inspire the world you see

From the age of thirteen

Adolescence is a time of opening up to the world, when the mind absorbs new realities and requires broader language skills to be able to explain them. The Teens courses exploit these new facets of the adolescent brain to take a big step in language learning and become capable of communicating in many more situations and contexts. 

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