British Youth International College


Learn Spelling And Vocabulary With a British Teacher

Learn To Speak And Write the Short Forms With a British Teacher

Learn British English Accent
Get Trained with a British Teacher

Who is this for?

Students between Age 4 to 14 only of age, as accents are difficult to acquire after a certain age

Which Block will my child start with?

Each child is unique and has a different level of comfort with English language. We do an assessment of current understanding of English language of each child and allot suitable block before taking admission.

Still, a suggestive age bracket for each block is given below.

Block – Level

Fundamental- 4 to 6 years

Intermediate- 7 to 9 years

Higher- 10 to 12 years

Advanced- 12 to 14 years

Our amazing English course will enable students to emphasise on different categories

  • Learn British English Accent by British English Teachers
  • Improving Pronunciation and spelling
  • Learning Creative communication and storytelling skills
  • Enhancing the vocabulary
  • Improvising the usage of punctuation in sentences
  • Advancement in the knowledge of grammar

Details of the English Syllabus

The course we provide will be to aid your children in doing the best they can when at school, the syllabus will include:

4 to 14 years [There are 12 levels which covers the following topics at different complexity levels]

Speaking skills:

  • Learn British English Accent
  • English accent pronunciation training
  • Pronunciation
  • Use of phonetics to aid in identifying speech sounds (as child progresses start to use less “ah bihkih” and use “abc”).
  • Voice modulation and tone
  • Speaking at an even pace

Reading skills

  • Pronunciation
  • Reading at an even pace
  • Comprehension of assigned texts
  • Reading fiction, non-fiction, academic texts, newspapers, journals
  • Interpreting and understanding passages and pictures
  • Vocabulary building

Writing skills:

  • Correct usage of vocabulary in a sentence
  • Proper grammatical constructions
  • Spellings and their rules- 24 new words each week
  • Appropriate usage of punctuation- commas, semi-colon, hyphen, apostrophe, etc.
  • Letters- Formal vs Informal
  • Essays- Academic vs Imaginative
  • Cursive writing (if required)
  • Using a thesaurus/ dictionary

Listening skills:

  • Understanding spoken speech
  • Interpreting information over spoken language
  • Understanding tone and intention in spoken language
  • Listening to understand information and responding to questions asked
The level of difficulty for each skill will be assigned according to the age and current linguistic capabilities of each child


  • Parts of Speech
  • Nouns
  • Pronouns
  • Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Prepositions
  • Conjunctions
  • Interjections
  • Determiners
  • Modals and Auxiliaries
  • Phrases, Idioms, and Figures of Speech
  • Clauses and Conditionals
  • Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences
  • Clauses and Conditionals
  • Active and Passive voice/ Direct and Reported Speech


  • Present Simple, Present Progressive, Present Perfect
  • Past Simple, Past Progressive, Past Perfect
  • Future Simple, Future Progressive, Future Perfect
  • Homophones, Homonyms, Homographs
  • Prefixes and Suffixes
  • Antonyms and Synonyms
  • Rhyming words
  • Compound words

Learning Creative communication and storytelling skills

  • Creative Speaking
  • Storytelling
  • Speeches
  • Personal essays
  • Poetry
  • Short fiction- short stories, blog pieces, etc.
  • Wring using picture/ word/ sentence prompts
  • Speculative/ Imaginative essays
  • Academic essays
  • Structuring events for narratives
  • Short plays
  • Sentence Development
  • Capitalization
  • Punctuation
  • Further Punctuation
  • Nouns and Verbs
  • Adjectives and Adverbs
  • Compound Words
  • Prefixes and Suffixes
  • Dictionary Surfing
  • Sentence Development
  • Capitalisation
  • Punctuation
  • More Punctuation
  • Fluency of Speech
  • Further Speech Development
  • Word Parts and Counterparts
  • Writing Basics
  • Using Phrases
  • Punctuation
  • Confusing Words
  • Ambiguity in English
  • Writing Techniques
  • Referencing Skills
  • Writing Formats
  • Capitalisation and Punctuation
  • Nouns and Adjectives
  • Pronouns and Verbs
  • Gerunds, Participles and Infinitives
  • Creating Sentences
  • Critical Thinking
  • Writing Essentials

Fun with the English Learning Portal

Fun with the English Learning Portal

Creative writing and storytelling skills

In today’s world, a speaker is supposed to put his thoughts in a way that should be effective and engaging. We work on improving a student’s language creativity through various activities. We teach them the use of the right context, words, and actions to convey the message.

  • Imaginative Essays writing
  • Picture stories and discussion
  • Writing short stories of around 200 words
  • Imaginative Essays writing
  • Picture stories analysis and discussion
  • Creative characters
  • Writing short stories of around 300 to 500 words
  • Creative characters and scenes
  • Writing with prompts
  • Writing stories 500 words and beyond

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What We Cover in This Course

British English Accent Training

  • “Accent training”- We focus upon providing accent training by native british teachers to help students develop a neutral and/ or British English accent. A variety of creative and engaging class activities with a specialised tutor such as group discussions, plays, poetry, and much more are done to engage and train students in prper accent and pronunciation.
  • Students will be trained in phonics, an essential skill to ensure successful reading. Students will be instructed and trained to understand the relationship between sounds and spellings, and more importantly, the difference in pronunciation and enunciation of words and phrases. Activities focussed on this skill include storytelling, poetry, and elocution.


  • Grammar is the foundation of a language and learning the fundamentals of the language is crucial in gaining proficiency in a language. Grammar rules are important for effective communication, such as understanding the formal/ informal, or the use of imperatives and statives in daily communication.
  • Command over these fundamentals along with the language skills enable a child to understand the subtle nuances of a language, and we strive to ingrain these fundamentals right from the start.

Vocabulary And Spelling

  • Vocabulary is the basis of communication. The larger your vocabulary, the more effective the communication. Along with encouraging students to expand their vocabulary, we stress on learning correct spellings as well.
  • In an age of automatic spell-checkers, it is still important to learn learn British English accent & correct spelling as very often, meanings of words change due to incorrect spelling, thus leading to miscommunication and misunderstandings.

Reading Comprehension

  • Reading comprehension is a key component of our English programme. Reading is a key skill in any language, and it is crucial that students not only learn to read but also to understand what they are reading.
  • We provide students with a wide range of age-appropriate reading material such as fiction, nonfiction, poetry, news articles, academic and scientific journal extracts, etc. that educates as well as encourages them to critically read a piece of writing.

Creative Communication And Storytelling Skills

  • Children are naturally creative and explorative. Given the right tools and proper guidance, they can learn to hone their skills and develop their creative writing.
  • Under creative writing, we introduce our students to different forms of creative writing which gives them a chance to choose the style they are most comfortable with and build up on that style during the course.
  • Creative writing requires a certain amount of fluency in the language along with a firm understanding of grammar. However, we do encourage our students to write their best and provide feedback on their work to help them improve with each piece they write.
  • We also organise specialised creative writing workshops during the year for students to participate in a more focused session and enhance their writing skills.

Confidence Building

  • Confidence stems from knowledge. When a child is aware that they are doing well and are able to converse without much difficulty, their confidence increases, and they are more likely to speak out in public.
  • Our classes encourage students to speak and write in English in an environment that is conducive to their growth.
  • Along with acquiring a language, children acquire soft skills such as public speaking, presentation, and objectively communicating arguments.
  • Children are encouraged to research and analyse information they did not have previously and are taught the correct methods of doing so.