Children’s Activities Week

May 1, 2018

As part of the Children’s Activities Association’s fund-raising ‘Watch me fly’ week for Caudwell Children, we had a very special visitor to a Spanish class at Mossfield Primary School in Salford.

Sid Sloane, of CBeebies fame, joined in with the Kidslingo Hola song & then a world exclusive – the ‘Copy Sid song’ in Spanish.

As part of the Children’s Activities Association’s fund-raising ‘Watch me fly’ week for Caudwell Children, we had a very special visitor to a Spanish class at Mossfield Primary School in Salford.

Sid Sloane, of CBeebies fame, joined in with the Kidslingo Hola song & then a world exclusive – the ‘Copy Sid song’ in Spanish.

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Children’s Activities Week

As part of the Children's Activities Association's fund-raising 'Watch me fly' week for Caudwell Children, we had a very special visitor to a Spanish class at Mossfield Primary School in Salford - Sid Sloane of CBeebies fame!

Intergenerational Language Learning

This month here at Kidslingo, we have unveiled a new intergenerational scheme called Kidslingo Together, in a bid to improve the emotional wellbeing and development of youngsters in early years settings and care home residents, while also teaching them a second language.

Working Mums Shortlist – 2 categories

We are very excited to announce that Kidslingo has been shortlisted for the third year in a row for the prestigious Top Franchise Awards with Working Mum Awards in the Supportive Franchisor & Family Friendly Franchise categories.

Competition in association with SCILT

COMPETITION NOW CLOSED - WELL DONE TO OUR WINNER - SUZANNE MORTON FROM MILLBANK PRIMARY, GLASGOW Calling all language teachers in Scotland – Easter competition in association with SCILT! To win, all you have to do is email your name, contact number and position to: info@kidslingo.co.uk by the 31st of March* and you will go into a random prize draw. Please note – open to those located in Scotland only.

Why teach languages in Early Years?

Learning a foreign language is becoming a more prominent topic on the early years agenda, as nurseries, childminders and primary schools are beginning to realise the huge benefits it can bring.

Kidslingo launches in Northern Ireland

Kidslingo CEO Anna Neville, said ‘We’re thrilled to welcome Roisin on board and are proud that she is our first Kidslingo franchisee in Northern Ireland. We’re sure she’ll make the business a success and can’t wait to bring Kidslingo classes to the masses!’