In case of Covid-19:
The health, safety and well-being of our students is always a top priority for the British Council. Furthermore, we always ensure strict compliance with any special government regulations stemming from any directives issued.
In the event that face-to-face teaching activities at the centre are suspended due to pandemic prevention requirements, in order to ensure the learning path for all students, our teaching programs will be switched to Online Learning.
Online learning for young learners
The British Council applies the Guided Learning Method with an online learning program consisting of two parts:
- Self-study and lesson preparation: students prepare their own knowledge at home through interesting and engaging activities, games and exercises on the Learning Hub and Primary materials and Secondary Plus are compiled separately owned by the British Council - British Council globally. Along with that, students will be guided by other useful exercises and projects to practice at home. Through this, teachers can closely monitor and evaluate students' progress throughout the learning process.
- Online learning with teachers: with students having prepared knowledge in advance, in online lessons, teachers will spend more time helping students practice communication skills and apply knowledge instead of guiding students to read or learn grammar and vocabulary from scratch. Teachers will also have plenty of time to guide and answer students' questions.