Avery Hill Education Teaching Resources for Early Years & Primary

Avery Hill Education teaching resources for early years and primary are designed to capture a child’s imagination through storytelling and transform them into engaged and willing learners. They are available in English, French, Spanish, Italian and German and are suitable for children between 3 and 11 years old.

A Unique Programme – Why it Works

Our language programme for early years and primary uses a distinct structure which consists of three integral parts:

  1. A story which presents language learning in three parts. Each part is followed by a vocabulary-building activity. It uses a child’s love of stories to immerse them in to both a new language and varied concepts.
  2. Role-play games which require the child to engage in the story and build confidence with the language and concepts introduced through repetition.
  3. Activity books to extend and consolidate learning in a fun and productive way.

This structure was not stumbled upon by accident. It is the result of a conscious understanding of how children learn and acquire language. The structure enables an immersive language teaching method. This makes it both ideal and successful for excelling a child in their mother tongue or building their foundations in a second language.

Unlike many language learning programmes which focus solely on teaching vocabulary, Avery Hill Education teaching resources for early years and primary focus on immersion in language but also mathematical concepts, problem-solving, cultural awareness, art, geography, history and more. This is truly unique and provides our youngest learners with an incredible head start with their future learning.

Teaching Resources for Educators and Parents

Avery Hill Education teaching resources for early years and primary are suitable for use by nursery and primary school teachers as well as being ideal for use in the home by parents or for homeschooling. The programme is organised around six language levels, corresponding to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

To find out more and subscribe to the Beginner Level of our programme, please click here.

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