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British Council is conducting a summer programme for children of different age groups offering to teach contemporary life skills such as creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving and improve confidence and communication skills through fun and interactive lessons.
The programme is designed to give a child a holistic experiential learning experience at a safe and child-friendly space with a unique fun-filled, theme-based programme to equip them with 21st-century skills through English language training, the council said in a press release.
This year, the focus will be on enhancing world knowledge, develop life skills and improve fluency in English to give kids and teenagers confidence and make them future ready. The course includes special features like digital learning, public speaking, creative writing and learning with the use of films in the class. The unique Young Learner teaching methodology is task-based focusing on real-life activities, where classes are delivered in a fun and interactive way.
The British Council said multiple batches are available and learners can choose a time slot of their preference. The batch for the age group 7 to 8 years is from April 23 to 27, for age group 9 to 10 years from April 30 to May 4, for age 11 to 12 years from May 7 to 11 and for 13 to 14 year age group, it is from May 14 to 18.
The course fee for library members is Rs 4,000 and it is Rs 5,500 for non-library members.
Interested parents and students can find more details on Ph.78934 99722 or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, the release added.