Beginner Level 1 | Saturday 6 May - Saturday 29 July | 12 weeks | 3pm-5pm

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Beginner Level 1 | Saturday 6 May - Saturday 29 July | 12 weeks | 3pm-5pm

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On our revolutionary new Social Spanish Course get set to start using the lingo practically from the get go.

Our Social Spanish Course  is seriously shaking things up in the world of teaching. The Beginner Level 1 Social Spanish Course launching May 2017 includes three social experiences integrated with classroom-based learning: we get you out to a pub, bookshop and restaurant speaking real Spanish for more practical, effective and fun learning.

What's Included?

  • get weekly two-hour lessons over 12 weeks;
  • go on three social Spanish outings to learn new lingo and practise your skills; 
  • benefit from feedback and attention from two teachers in every lesson; 
  • gain input from a native-speaking assistant teacher;
  • enjoy small class sizes;
  • get short weekly homework tasks and optional extra activities;
  • get catch-up tasks if you need to miss a lesson;
  • use self-assessment and reflection frameworks to keep you in the driving seat of your learning.

The Lingo You'll Learn

By the end of this twelve-week course you should be able to:

  • use ordinary expressions to greet people and introduce yourself;
  • share information about your life and the people in it;
  • use everyday Spanish slang to give your opinions; 
  • have exchanges over meals; 
  • give a range of reactions in conversation;  
  • use survival phrases to clarify the meaning and pronunciation of words; 
  • give your contact details and correct mis-spelling;
  • get to grips with practicalities: shopping including quantities and prices;
  • enjoy good old British chat about the weather.  

Dates: Saturday 6 May - Saturday 29 July 

Time: 15:00 - 17:00 

Location: Old Street and three central London venues.

Level: This course is suitable for complete beginners and those with less than ten hours of study.


What's So Different?

On this course, unlike any other language course in the UK, we integrate three social outings with classroom-based learning. Over the twelve-week course based in our Old Street offices we get you out to central London venues speaking Spanish and learning new lingo. It's more practical, more effective and more fun that way. 

The Social Outings

1. The pub for a drink and Spanish chat

Get speaking from socially from the get go in Week 2 with a social Spanish lesson at this gorgeous little venue in Angel. 

2. Tapas and recipes in a bookshop

Mid-way way through the term we get you out again - this time tasting incredible tapas prepared by a fantastic in-house chef and getting into foodie language in a central London bookshop and cafe. 

3. A Latin meal and conversation

Get out to enjoy some of London's best Latin American cuisine while you use all the lingo learnt so far with a glass of vino in one hand - the only real way to review your progress!


What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?

This course is for complete beginners - no previous knowledge of Spanish is required.

What's the teaching approach?

The course is based on the communicative approach with a strong practical and social element. We also encourage meta-learning getting you to develop skills in how to learn a language and to be aware of your progress.  


  • We get you out to real places using the lingo from the get go;
  • the focus is on speaking and listening skills;
  • work in groups with others;
  • carry out projects to see your progress and apply your skills;
  • see the classroom come to life with games, role plays and real-life materials;
  • digital media and film used for learning;
  • use an online portal via an app on your smart phone for interaction between lessons;
  • benefit from peer and self-assessment alongside teacher-assessment to measure your progress;
  • you’ll be expected to participate in classroom activities and to complete home learning regularly.

What materials will I need?

You’ll be set learning posters and a workbook to get before the start of the course to support your learning.

What's next?

After this course you'll be ready for Level 2 kicking off in September. Please enrol as soon as possible as spaces cannot be guaranteed. After Level 2 you'll have reached the A1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages