Courses for infants and children

Learn English with lots of fun and enjoyment
from a young age.

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For infants learning a language is literally child’s play: they have an innate talent and an intuitive understanding of language. It is a constant source of astonishment to observe the speed with which our young ones learn their native language. Take advantage of this innate potential and open the door to another language world for your child at an early age.

Children and young people who do not encounter their first foreign language until later in life – for example at primary school age or even at secondary school – are also able to learn English with fun and games and encounter many great learning experiences. Without fear and the pressure to perform!

English courses for 1 to 2 year-olds:
Spend valuable time with mummy and daddy while experiencing the English language.

English courses for 2 to 4 year-olds:
Learn English in small groups and with lots of stimulation for the children.

English courses for 4 to 10 year-olds:
Playful learning for pre-school and primary school children.

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Increase the learning opportunities available at your nursery school or preschool with Mortimer English Club language courses.

My best Mortimer English Club experience!

Portrait unserer Franchise-Partnerin Susanne Schülein

„My best experience is that my students stay a long with me. Some of them for more than 12 years. So it must be good what we are doing. And I love to see the development of my students. From a small kid to an adult.“

Susanne Schülein
teacher trainer and head of the Mortimer English Club
in 21481 Lauenburg, Germany

My best Mortimer English Club experience!

„Last week I had my first EFLO trial lesson and the youngest 24 month old already asked me "What's missing?" After 14 years I really have the proof that the younger they start the better they speak English.“

Petra Burdik
is head of the Mortimer English Club
in 53577 Neustadt/Wied, Germany