YES Intensive English is the right choice for those looking to improve their English fast.
This course combines our YES General English course with an extra hour per day of speaking practice to help young learners prepare for the Graded Examinations in Speaking English (GESE) Trinity Certificate.
The GESE is the best way to prove your child’s level of English. We are an accredited exam centre which means that we take care of everything! The exam will also take place here in our school.
About the Trinity GESE Certificate
Why take the exam?
The Trinity GESE certificate is a qualification that is recognised worldwide. It is a fantastic achievement for a young learner and is great to show your teacher back home how much you have learned!
Who is it for?
The exam is for all levels and all ages.
What will be tested?
The exam tests English speaking and listening skills and is conducted by a Trinity Assessor.
Where does the exam take place?
The exam is held at our school and takes place during normal class time so no need to travel or change your plans.
How much does it cost?
Exam fees can vary so please contact us for more information about dates and prices.
For more information download the factsheet for this course or contact us.
To book a YES Summer course, please fill in our Booking Form and email it back to us.
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