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Thursday, 17 October 2019

The British Council Tanzania launches its new programme for Children aged 6-11

Primary Plus represents a unique formula for how kids learn English and establishes regional standards for Sub Saharan Africa for all aspects of its work with children and young people.

This new programme targets every aspect of the learning environment for Young Learners of English – how teachers are recruited, how timetables link with the school system, how course content matches age and culture. 

Primary Plus focuses on developing life skills and confidence in English. Communication, teamwork and creativity are promoted in the classroom, giving children the essential language and social skills, they need to succeed in today’s world. Interesting and motivating topics will be used and implemented through engaging activities in a positive and supportive learning environment.

The British council draws on over 50 years of experience of working with Young Learners, with over 109,000 young people in its 65 Teacher Centres worldwide, with expertise from within and from partners.  

Child Protection is a key focus for the British Council globally and for our Young Learner programmes in Sub Saharan Africa region. We have a ‘Child friendly School’ agenda. Children can only fulfil their potential in safe, non-threatening learning environments where building strong relationship with parents is highly valued and learning content challenges and engages, and teaching approaches recognise individual needs and differences.  As Head of the Teaching Centre, Doris Likwelile says, ‘Our aim is to be the most trusted global/local provider of English language services for children in Tanzania.’  

The courses will be launched on Saturday 19 October 2019 from 09:00am, all parents interested are encouraged to bring their children and learn more about the course. 

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