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Two Hour School, the educational after school programme in English for kids of all nationalities in Prague, is hosting its first-ever Virtual Open Day. The event will take place on Thursday, 14th January 2021 from 14:00 until 19:00 via the video conferencing platform Zoom. Registrations are open to all parents with children interested in more information about the Two Hour School courses. The Two Hour School’s international primary school teachers provide children of 6 – 12 years of age with lessons twice a week in humanities, natural sciences, and literacy in English. This gives them an insight into the English way of learning, in order to open up opportunities for them to study at an English or international school anywhereContinue Reading

This is sponsored content The international educational program in English for children attending Czech schools, Two Hour School, has introduced a broader offer of courses starting this September. These will now include courses suitable for Czech and expat kids living in Prague for whom English is not their native language. The school will now also offer some of their courses in ZŠ Hanspaulka, Prague 6. The Two Hour School is intended for families with children who are attending Czech schools but seek international opportunities in the future. International primary school teachers provide these children with lessons in humanities, natural sciences and literacy in English. This gives them an insight into the English way of teaching and enables them to developContinue Reading

For bilingual families, choosing a school may no longer be a dilemma. The Two Hour School has opened in Prague.It is quite common these days in the Czech Republic that each parent of a child comes from a different country. Often it is an English-speaking country or, for some reason, English is one of the languages the family uses at home. Families like this always face the decision of whether to send their child to a Czech or English speaking school, of which there are many, especially in Prague. Often, at least in early childhood, a Czech school is chosen, either because of trying to involve the child in the local environment, to improve Czech, or simply because English speakingContinue Reading