English Castle offers English language courses for specific purposes which both government and private sectors can invest in their employees and improve their English skills.


This child-centered course enables all abilities of children to learn by doing and learning together from each other. At this level, learners have an interactive learning experience through: ● Real-life experience ● High-quality audio-visual materials ● Centralized stories Perception: Making kids learn the English language can be an engaging and enjoyable process that combines education with fun activities. To ensure success, Access pupils must have strong motivation and reliable support. They require straightforward yet interesting and attention-seeking topics, fundamental phrases, and visual aids to assist in their learning. During this level, you will learn: ● To identify family members ● To recognize the alphabet, numbers, weather, colors ● To discern classroom objects and classroom rules ● To describe and distinguish clothes ● To identify the parts of the body ● To describe your feelings ● To recognize and describe toys and ask about their placement or positioning ● To identify animals and their abilities ● To express likes and dislikes about food.
At this level, children learn the basics of the English language, which aims to ignite curiosity and inspire creativity. A young learner will be able to interact with others through: ● Real conversations ● Colorful illustrations and clear instructions ● Informative content ● Creation of projects Perception At this level, pupils need to build fundamental skills by forming simple structures of short sentences and phrases, practicing asking and making questions, and giving clear and concise explanation followed by interaction and creativity. During this level, you will learn: ● To recognize the days of the week, colors, and weather ● To describe a classroom ● To learn polite gestures ● To tell about your family and describe their appearance ● To express your abilities and possessions ● To explain likes and dislikes of farm animals ● To talk about food and meals ● To identify different types of clothes ● To describe face, hair, and other body parts ● To describe a house
This level encourages pupils to apply their own experiences and opinions to a particular topic, as well as practice the language to express themselves to the world. Perception At this level, students need to enhance their communication skills by practicing asking questions, giving a clear and concise explanation, instilling creativity, and describing pictures to strengthen their presentation and speaking skills. During this level, you will learn: ● To describe months and seasons ● To express your emotions, feelings, and possessions ● To describe jobs and ask about professions ● To describe towns and places’ locations ● To express free-time activities and various sports ● To express wildlife and its nature ● To talk about the school day and its subjects ● To describe arts and crafts
This level is designed to encourage kids to think creatively and explore new possibilities in various aspects of their lives. These skills are implemented to enhance their speaking and other language skills. Perception At this level, students need to enhance their communication skills by fostering teamwork and collaboration, practicing and drilling what was learned earlier, uplifting creativity and imagination, and building on their presentation and public speech. During this level, you will learn: ● To identify higher numbers ● To express sports and prepositions of movement ● To talk about their hobbies and habits ● To identify music and its instruments ● To talk about home and different cultures' food ● To express the differences using comparative adjectives ● To describe personal qualities and talents ● To describe the furniture and their positions ● To express town features and life events
At this level, vocabulary development expands to encompass a broader range of everyday and thematic terms, allowing young learners to express themselves with increasing precision. Reading comprehension skills advance, enabling children to engage with age-appropriate texts and extract meaning from more complex materials. Perception Pupils should work on reinforcing their understanding of basic grammatical structures while gradually introducing more complex concepts. They should also be exposed to a variety of spoken English, including dialogues, stories, and instructions, to improve their ability to understand and follow spoken language. During this level, you will learn: ● To describe health problems ● To identify transportation means and camping activities ● To learn about communication means ● To describe abilities ● To give orders and rules ● To express free time activities ● To define a job and its description ● To identify shapes and food containers ● To talk about films and their types
At this level, children will be able express themselves in more complex ways, both orally and in writing. Developing cultural awareness and the ability to navigate diverse language contexts also becomes a key focus. Perception At this stage, pupils need to enhance their interpersonal skills through problem-solving and critical thinking, boosting innovation and refining their verbal communication skills by compelling and engaging in various speeches. During this level, you will learn: ● To express past experiences ● To describe future plans ● To express feelings and ideas through poems ● To write information in a note form ● To identify parts of maps ● To write persuasive sentences and express quantities ● To talk about the natural world ● To know the features of a daily routine and form a journal entry ● To express indoor or outdoor chores, and know about international activities ● To express life experience