Go Create! English is a creative, project based English language course for juniors. Students produce written and spoken English on the course, in a variety of media from tablets to the creative arts. Projects include Filmmaking, Photo Story, Design and Music to name but a few. With Go Create! English you can have fun learning English and learn new skills too!
This unique programme is designed and updated by English language teachers who have professional backgrounds in the filmmaking, music and web design industries.
Exam Preparation for Groups
We prepare closed groups of students for Trinity, TELC and Cambridge exams as required. Generally these exams will take place on the final day of school. We are a registered examination centre for both Trinity and TELC.
Go Create! English offers…
Dynamic, qualified teachers:
All our teachers are creative, engaging and qualified according to British Council standards. They use a wide range of materials, media and different technologies in lessons, as well as music, drama and storytelling.
After students have been welcomed to the school (and told a few rules!) they sit our grammar and speaking tests and complete a needs analysis.
Right from the start, we make sure we get to know our students as both learners and people. We place students according to language level, but we also take nationality and age into account.
Every student receives a KKCL Juniors certificate of attendance on departure.
We use web-based apps for our Go Create! workshops so we can deliver the same programme across multiple centres. Student work is available to view online through KKCL English Club.
Go Create! Workshops include…
Students take roles as both actors and crew (lighting, sound, camera, director) to shoot a short film.
Students write lyrics, then record live vocals to create their own pop songs.
Students write, perform and add special effects to create their own radio drama.
Interviewing (Vox Pops):
Students choose a topic they would like to find out about and interview the British public to find out the answers.
Students write their own words and do voice-overs for scenes from cartoons or dramas.
Students research, write and present their own news stories.