You can choose the class that interests you most…

Primary school students  (3 – 12 years)

  • October to mid-June.
  • Groups of up to 8 children.
  • Two 50 - minute classes per week (one per week is available for younger children).
  • Books are used but with a strong emphasis on using English at all times.
  • Private tuition available for all ages.
  • Classes from 17.00 - 20.00

Secondary school students / Adults (12 – 18 years / adults)

  • October to mid-June.
  • Groups of up to 8 students.
  • Private tuition for all levels (including revision classes, exam preparation, etc.).
  • Group classes, using text books, based on improving the 4 basics skills - reading, writing, listening and speaking.
  • Cambridge PET, First, Advanced and Proficiency groups. These classes are for potential candidates and for those wanting a more challenging course.
  • Conversation classes.
  • Business and specialised English.
  • Adult Beginners.
  • Classes from 16.00 - 20.15


The Little School is an official Cambridge Exams Preparation Centre and students of all ages are prepared for international exams such as the Cambridge examinations –  Preliminary (B1), First (B2), Advanced (C1) and Proficiency ( C2). Levels B1 and B2 in the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework are now required for students who wish to continue or complete their studies at university.

Exam practice

Exam practice, which is an essential part of exam preparation, is available to all students attending classes. This service is also offered to other students for a small charge.

PET to Proficiency

We celebrate the outstanding results achieved by Javier de Higes Casado, Daniel Price Croft, Raquel Agüera Andreu i Alejandro Thérèse Navarro in the Proficiency exam, their last step in their English studies at the Little School. Having started at a youg age and progressed through PET, First and Advanced, they have now reached the highest level offered by Cambridge.


The Little School is a pre-test centre for the Cambridge University Main Suite exams, which are sent to centres around the world to be pre-tested before they are used in live examinations. Students can take these exams at the school free of charge and receive the results from Cambridge three to four weeks later. While no certificate is received, the results give a good indication of the candidates’ performance in the real exam.

Your opinions make us great…

…your first memory of English has to be with “Terry”. We were about five or six students, around seven years old, and our classroom was in Terry’s home. We sang the alphabet, we danced Hokey Pokey and we learned our first words in English. Later on, we moved into a bigger place, a proper school, and more students came in. There, we played shopping, did Halloween and Christmas parties and learned tons and tons of vocabulary, always by playing games. And suddenly, poof! We knew how to express ourselves in English. We didn’t know how we did it, because we have no memory of studying grammar. However, because of Terry’s imagination (and patience) we were the smart children in our English class at school.

We did short films, magazines; we played The London Game and Guess Who. We were first introduced to Cambridge Exams in The Little School, and became experts in those. We practised piles of exams; we perfected our grammar skills, became the champions of Use Of English and geniuses in describing photographs. Step by step, we climbed the Cambridge staircase to achieve our level of proficiency.

Now that we have grown up, we are still those smart children. We are two sisters of 18 and 24; the smaller was encouraged to study English by her older one, but only because the latter was encouraged by Terry. We are a soon-to-be engineer and a translator; one will use English as a useful tool in her career and the other one has made it her career. We wouldn’t watch, read and listen in English without our first day in The Little School. We wouldn’t be in love with English without Terry.

Andrea & Claudia