English Language Education is Made More Accessible by the British Council

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The British Council and Downe House Riyadh School made a historic statement last week about the extension of English language instruction. Prominent individuals such as Lloyd Anderson, the British Council’s head, and Faisal bin Abdulrahman bin Muaammar, the chairman of the Downe House Riyadh School board, attended the signing event.

By opening new English teaching venues, the British Council is proactively meeting the requirements of Saudi youth in response to the growing demand for English language education in Riyadh.

“I am thrilled that we are signing this agreement with Downe House Riyadh School,” Anderson remarked. At the British Council, we’re constantly looking for new and innovative ways to offer English language instruction opportunities. We anticipate that this partnership would facilitate greater accessibility to our English classes for various populations. I am really appreciative of the school administration’s assistance, and I hope to have a fruitful and long-lasting partnership with them.

The principle of Downe House School, Adele O’Doherty, expressed her happiness at signing the contract with the British Council. She underlined that the school is prepared to welcome groups of educators that have similar goals of improving the British educational system in the Kingdom.

She especially praised the British Council’s initiatives in Riyadh that are focused on enhancing and teaching English language instruction.

With over 80 years of global leading experience in English teaching, British Council instructors guarantee that their courses are relevant, effective, and interesting for students. While adult classes integrate academic skill development and soft skills, the focus with children is on literacy, confidence, and communicative skills.

British Council English classes will be offered at Downe House Riyadh School for all ages beginning in January 2024, for both pupils and external learners. There are intentions to spread this program, which is the first of its sort in Saudi Arabia, to other places.

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