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Despite the significant time provision for English in the school curriculum, Escola Sant Gregori considers extracurricular classes important because they allow students to deepen their knowledge of the language, become more confident and prepare for standardized European tests.

The school enjoys a close collaboration with the prestigious CIC Escola D'idiomes, with advantages over the classes taught in their buildings, including

- Time-saving classes at lunch break or in the evening

- Cost-saving, more reasonable prices

Classes are taught in small and homogeneous groups. Registration is made each semester, and classes, which are paid for monthly, end with an examination. We remind you that it is not possible to drop out once the the semester has started.


  • Fun with English
  • Junior Line

Preschool students: Fun with English

This course is designed to teach children expression and listening comprehension and develop a good attitude towards the language. The class is structured around stories, and a very playful approach is always used. Groups are formed with a minimum of 8 students.

Classes: 1 weekly session of 45 minutes

Schedule: EI4 Fridays from 13:00 to 13:45 EI5 Fridays from 13:45 to 14:30

Programme head: Ana Zandarin

First cycle and second cycle primary students: Junior Line

This course is designed to continue the familiarization with the language, expanding vocabulary and focusing on phonetics and pronunciation. In the first cycle in particular, the students work on projects and improve speaking skills through drama techniques. Moreover, language learning through play is encouraged by doing crafts and reading interactive stories. Groups are formed with a minimum of 8 students.


First cycle, 2 weekly sessions of 45 minutes

Second cycle, 1 weekly session of 75 minutes


1st cycle, Year 1, Mondays and Thursdays from 13:00 to 13:45

1st cycle, Year 2, Mondays and Thursdays from 13:45 to 14:30

2nd cycle, Year 3, Fridays from 13:00 to 14:15

Programme head: Ana Zandarin

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