Cambridge English Young Learners (YLE)
Cambridge Young Learners English is a series of fun, motivating English language tests, suitable for children in Kindergarten and Primary education. There are three activity-based tests – Starters, Movers and Flyers. This establishes a clear path for students to improve their English.
Our courses prepare students for the YLE tests, covering all four skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking in an enjoyable and supportive learning environment.
A2 Key (KET)
Cambridge English: A2 Key, also known as Key English Test (KET), is a basic- level qualification that shows a student can use English to communicate in simple situations. It highlights that have a good start in learning English has been made.
This is a great course to take following on from the YLE exams, or for Primary school students who want to improve their skills across all four skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening).
B1 Preliminary (PET)
Cambridge English: B1 Preliminary, also known as Preliminary English Test (PET), is an intermediate level qualification. It is suitable for upper primary and lower secondary students.
Our course prepares students with the skills needed, and also a thorough expectation of what is required to do well in the examination.
Our IGCSE course guides students preparing for their First and Second Language IGCSEs in English Language.
Our course broadly follows the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus, and helps students polish all the key skills required for examination success.
The skills established at the IGCSE level are Fundamental for further study of international pre-university examinations and beyond.
The IELTS examination is essential for students who wish to study overseas. The four papers of this examination are all covered, helping students understand how to attain the top grades required for entrance to all universities
French is known as one of the most beautiful languages in the world. This is also an ideal language to choose for any students who are aiming to study abroad. With over 76 million native speakers around the world, French is the primary foreign language in many British and North American schools.
Our French course equips students with the foundations of French vocabulary, grammar and communication skills. Students learn how to introduce themselves and talk about daily routines, family, food, places, and French culture. They will also learn about verb conjugations, noun genders and adjectival agreement as they begin to master French grammar.
Our courses are offered at both Primary and Secondary level, with younger students focusing on materials from Beginners’ French up to B2 level (CEFR). Courses are taught by tutors with degrees in Modern Languages from renowned universities. . Students have the opportunity to obtain an official certificate (DELF) attesting to their skills in French.
DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française/ Diploma of French Language Studies) is a diploma awarded by the French Ministry of Education as proof of the French language skills of a non-native French speaker. Lessons take place twice a week or once, for an hour and a half. We offer group lessons, but also private lessons.
Concerned that French will be one too many subjects for your child? Parents and students should know that learning French will complement English studies, as the two languages are closely related. By choosing French, students will strengthen their knowledge of English vocabulary. Plus, as French is an official UN language, this is a wonderful language to learn for all aspiring travelers and diplomats!
German is known to be a complex yet rewarding, language. As it’s closely related to English, students will learn about the roots and cognates of many English words by studying German vocabulary.
Our German course equips students with the foundations of German vocabulary, grammar and communication skills. Students learn how to introduce themselves and talk about daily routines, family, food, places, and German culture. They will also learn about verb conjugations, noun genders and adjectival agreement as they begin to master German grammar. By the end, students will be able to communicate with native speakers from Germany, Switzerland and Austria!
Our courses are offered at both Primary and Secondary level, with younger students focusing on materials from Beginners’ German up to B2 level (CEFR). Courses are taught by tutors with degrees in Modern Languages from world-class universities.
As German has played an enormous role in scientific and technological research, this is a super language to learn for all aspiring innovators and which will be beneficial in many careers.
Robotics for children is a combination of various disciplines that provides students with knowledge related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Transmitting this range of expertise to them in a transversal and fun way, facilitates the development of logical thinking. Simultaneously, it stimulates creativity, while allowing them to become familiar with the operation of programmable objects with which they are already in daily contact.
We have chosen to start with programming Edison robots as we find it effective, engaging and enjoyable.
Edison helps deliver meaningful computational thinking, computer programming and 21st-Century education in an APPEALING, hands-On manner.
Designed for the classroom environment, Edison robots are durable, have no loose parts to manage, and thanks to their compact size, are easy to store. Edison works right out of the box, fully pre-built with all sensors ready to use. There’s no software to install or manage, making it easy to use Edison with different device types and platforms, including laptops, Chromebooks and tablets.
We then work with Lego Mindstorms. A scalable learning system is based on the familiar LEGO® brick that is intuitive, inclusive, and adaptable.
It Grows as they Grow
Abstract concepts become tangible, allowing students to move from simple explorations to increasingly complex real-world challenges as they progress through different grades.
Offers a scalable design, making it easy to implement at the classroom, school, or district level.
Robotics lessons take place once a week in the IT labs. We start from a basic level and the groups are for KS2.
The ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) is an internationally-recognised standard of competence, a widely accepted certificate which asserts that the holder has the knowledge and skills needed to use the most common computer applications efficiently and productively in the school, workplace and at home. ECDL courses and exams are taken at ISOP.
The ECDL Standard is the main certification program of the ECDL Foundation. It is a test of practical skills and competencies, consisting of 4 Basic modules plus 3 Intermediate modules.
To achieve an ECDL Standard certification, the Candidate must successfully pass an exam in all seven modules.
The basic modules are: Spreadsheets, Word Processing, Online Essentials and Computer Essentials. Intermediate modules include IT-Security, Databases, Python, Presentations and many more.
Minimum number of students per group is 5 and maximum is 10.
ECDL lessons take place twice a week.