Supporting Quality English Teaching

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

Hi, my name’s Helen Chapman and I’ve been teaching English for about six years. In February this year, I started a course which has dramatically changed the way I teach all my classes but specifically Young Learners. This blog won’t give you all the details about the Special Educational Needs (SEN) teacher training course which you can find

Teaching Kindergarten and Early Primary

Teaching Kindergarten and Early Primary

Teaching Kindergarten and Early Primary

Calling all YL Kindergarten and Early Primary teachers - welcome and witamy!

Questions on YL Teachers' minds

Do you enjoy teaching little kids as much as we do at British Council Poland? Are you keen on finding out more ideas about how to make  Continue reading

Getting students to listen to each other

Getting students to listen to each other

Getting students to listen to each other

We were delighted to see you at our 'Teaching Teens' training workshops in Krakow and Warsaw!

Our inspiration for the training session came from a blog post we wrote early last year about Teaching Teenagers and posing the question: are they terrifying or

Don't repeat it!

Don't repeat it!

Don't repeat it!

Thank you for attending the workshop: Fun & Achievement for Young Learners in Poznan. The workshops were led by one of our favourite teacher-trainers Agnieszka Lewandowicz

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Expose learners to a range of accents

Expose learners to a range of accents

Expose learners to a range of accents

Is it a dream?  No! It can be your school's reality!

Close your eyes and now imagine that your school develops collaborative projects with other school from a different country.... that your students become experts in peace and conflict resolutions, sustainable living or Human Rights. Now think about the number of parents standing in line in order