Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. We offer a wide variety of non examined classes during the day and evening, taught by experienced and friendly tutors. Whether you are looking to learn the basics for a holiday, or improve your conversational Spanish, we should have a class that will help! All classes cover the four language skills - speaking, listening, reading and writing, with a strong focus on speaking and listening.
Semester 1 classes start in September and are normally scheduled to run for 20 weeks. Semester 2 begins immediately after Semester 1 and run through the Autumn term. In order to progress to the next level, you must attend Semester 1 and 2.
Please note that if enrolments for a course are low, classes might be reduced in length/duration to avoid cancellation of the course.
Courses on Offer
The following courses are currently available:
|Spanish Advanced||Find Out More|
|Spanish Upper Intermediate||Find Out More|
|Spanish Year 1||Find Out More|
|Spanish Year 2||Find Out More|
|Spanish Year 3||Find Out More|
|Spanish Year 4||Find Out More|
|Spanish Year 5||Find Out More|
|Spanish Year 6||Find Out More|
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
The CEFR is an international standard for describing language ability. It describes language ability on a six-point scale, from A1 for beginners, up to C2 for those who have mastered a language.
|For complete beginners, these classes take you through the basics of the language and related cultures.||For learners with several years previous knowledge. Focus is on the use of present, past and future tenses in everyday conversations.||For confident speakers who want to practise as they expand their knowledge of relevant local culture, media and lifestyle.|
|For learners with a basic knowledge of present tense, these classes aim to expand vocabulary, grammar and general knowledge.||For learners who have been studying for a while and want to build on previous knowledge, expand their vocabulary and learn to use all tenses, including the subjunctive.|