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Frequently Asked Questions

Our Teaching Method

Why do we teach foreign languages to young people?

Speaking one or more foreign languages is essential for your child's future as it is a valuable ability to improve the personal, social and professional quality of life.

Learning foreign languages is a precious asset for developing concentration and memory skills, improving school results, gaining self-confidence, opening up to the world and other cultures.

Who are our teachers?

Our teachers are all professionals in language teaching to young people. We carefully select them for their professional and human qualities.

Our teachers are all native speakers or have the equivalent of C2 level (CEFR).

Our teachers all receive some pedagogical training and follow-up at our centre.

What are our different course packages?

  • Part-time immersion: 3-hour language class daily, in the morning or the afternoon

  • Full-time immersion: 6-hour language class daily, in the morning and the afternoon

  • Language class + creative or sporty activities: 3-hour language class daily, in the morning or the afternoon + 3 hours of another activity. Most additional activities are usually in French. However, our staff can usually speak several languages, such as English and Dutch.

What to expect from our summer classes?

3-5 years: Linguistic immersion through educational activities, games, songs and everyday situations. Our approach is thus more practical than 'passively' academic. Young people can enjoy learning the new language through edutaining (instructive and entertaining) and dynamic exercises (e.g. mime a piece, recreate a scene from a story, scavenger hunts).

6-11 years: Immersion facilitates the acquisition of the new language to optimise the learning process. Young people are introduced to or enhance different language features (e.g. grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation) at once through edutaining (instructive and entertaining) activities according to their needs and interests. Listening and speaking are central to our teaching method to encourage your child’s enhancement of practical and concrete skills. Reading and writing activities may complement our approach depending on the learner’s abilities and needs.

12-18 years: Our teachers specialise in teenagers' language training. Adolescents need to cover and express themselves on topics that matter to them (e.g. personal and social issues and solutions, intercultural exchange, the environment, and the future). Around key weekly themes, teenagers enhance all skills (listening, speaking, reading, writing) as well as communication and interpersonal skills in the foreign language.

How is my child’s language level evaluated?

You can indicate an estimate of your child's level in the registration form. You can also mention any other details you might find relevant (e.g. multilingual family, previous language courses taken, stays abroad). Our advisers are also available to help you determine your child's level.

Our teachers will assess your child's level orally at the beginning of the course.

In case of a discrepancy between your child's level and the group's, we will contact you to offer a more suitable group to match your child's needs.

Our Groups

For optimal efficiency, our group are composed of up to 10 participants.

We group young learners according to their age and language level.

How can I know what my child has studied during the course?

Our administrative and teaching teams remain at your disposal throughout the week of the course.

3 to 11-year-old children receive a booklet weekly, which includes a detailed summary of the course so you can learn more about what your child has been learning. You will find a brief report of daily lesson topics, activities and games related to the week's theme.

At the end of the week, your child receives a certificate and a personalised evaluation that will indicate the progress and level reached in the foreign language.


Enrolment Procedure

How to enrol?

Enrolling is easy! 

On our website, browse the various course packages and select your course. Then, create your family account on MyIclub via our website and add your child as a new KJC learner. 

If your child is already a KJC learner, you can log onto your MyIclub account directly.

One course registration is only valid for one specific child and week.

You will then receive a detailed confirmation of enrolment by email, which will include all practical information (e.g. organisation, payment).

When do our holiday language courses take place?

Our holiday courses take place during all the Belgian school holidays.

What if my child is absent?

The price of a course is all-inclusive (administrative and tuition fees). Your child's place is booked and guaranteed, whether your child is present or absent.

An absence for personal reasons is neither recoverable nor refundable. The teacher will provide the child with the pedagogical follow-up, the different notes and the necessary material for the missed class to ensure the quality of the learning.

Refunds are only granted under certain conditions and on presentation of proof (e.g. a medical note for a minimum of 2 consecutive absences). Please refer to our general conditions of sale.


The full payment of each registration is to be preferably made by bank transfer, after receiving your registration confirmation and before the beginning of the course.


If you wish to receive an invoice, please email us your request with all the necessary information.

Tax Certificate

Log in directly to your MyIclub account to access your certificates.


Practical organisation

How long is an intensive course?

An intensive training course lasts 5 working days, from Monday to Friday.

Weeks that include a public holiday will be 4 days.

Course timetable

Part-time course: from 9 am to 12 pm or from 1 pm to 4 pm

Full-time course: from 9 am to 4 pm

Lunch and snacks

All cold meals, snacks and drinks are at your discretion in all centres. We only provide water.

Day care

In our Etterbeek centre

Childcare is free of charge every day from 8 am to 9 am and from 4 pm to 4:30 pm

Childcare is charged from 4:30 pm to 5 pm.

Welcoming your child

Our priority is the well-being and safety of your child. Our team and partners do their utmost to ensure the high quality of the course. Our team takes care of your child as soon as they arrive. We organise fun activities before and after the periods.

Our centres welcome your children from 8 am. We encourage the "Kiss & Ride" or kiss your child a good day and drop them off at the centre's entrance.

To avoid overcrowding within our premises, we kindly ask parents not to accompany their children into the classrooms. Our team will come and collect them.

If you have any further information about your child's needs, please contact us before the course on 02 218 39 20 or info@kiddyclasses.net.


Health and Safety Measures

The health and safety of all is our priority

We implement all the necessary hygiene and safety measures following the Belgian/European authorities for the well-being of all.

We ventilate all classrooms regularly, clean class equipment with a disinfectant solution and provide hand gel at the reception and in class. Masks are no longer compulsory yet still recommended indoors.

Our coordinators accompany your children to their classrooms to avoid overcrowding in the yard, halls, stairs and classrooms.

We thank everyone for respecting these measures for the health and safety of all.