Why have separate ESL and ENL courses?

October 27, 2021

The needs of functional native speakers and second language speakers are vastly different.

While there can be some overlap in what they study, especially in teenage years – such as topics, presentation skills and writing techniques – the needs of native speakers and non-native speakers are rarely the same. ENL students already speak general English; however they need to focus on their academic language and literacy skills so they won’t fall behind their peers at home. ESL students need to improve their fluency, both written and spoken. All classes are taught a fun and engaging way.

All our courses are based on age and language level. Register for our admissions meeting to find out which class would most suit your child’s level.