Our Bilingual Baby Club supports parents in creating a bilingual environment in the home for children.
Our Early Years Team has created the Bilingual Baby Club for families who are looking for early bilingual education for their children.
The baby club sessions offer a range of engaging, fun and creative activities, in a language rich, safe environment, for children from 13 months of age.
Who is it for?
The BBC activities and workshops are aimed at children from 9 to 36 months old. They should be accompanied by and adult (parent or tutor). It is open to all - whether you have children at the British Council School or not. However, these activities are a very good opportunity to get a flavour to the British Council School exciting community.
A wide range of stimulating activities and cutting-edge pedagogy will provide you the opportunity to learn in family the best way to introduce English language in daily life naturally, so children can learn while playing and enjoying all activities. The best way to introduce English is through experience, preparation and all the educational resources our school offers.
Adults must be willing to get involved in this exciting journey and eager to learn through fun activities. They will experience the first steps in their child's social and communications development.
What does it consist of?
A set of workshops, storytelling, songs and live online activities, including the access to an exclusive intranet with educational resources so you can do lots of activities with your family and be able to continue with the learning before and after the live sessions.
Interaction between families will be of upmost importance in this club. Through shared learning, each family will be encouraged to share their experience with other participating families. iendo las actividades y al propio club.
This club's aim is to generate opportunities for parents with children aged 9 to 36 months old who wish to learn how to support their children's development in collaboration with the school and within the frame work of the Early Years Foundation Stage.
What is the timetable?
- The BBC runs between once and twice a week.
- Sessions will be through Teams
How can I sign up?
- All parents with children in Pre-Nursery and Nursery will receive access to this platform in this pilot phase of the BBC.
- Places for live sessions will be limited to a maximum of 12 children.
- Registration will be open to children between 9 and 36 months old.
- Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis..