Secondary Course Age 12-16


This course is aimed at secondary school learners and teenagers aged 12+ who have no or little prior knowledge of the Spanish language.


This course is aimed at secondary school learners and teenagers aged 11+ who have previous knowledge of the Spanish language, those who have studied at school, with a tutor or have Spanish in their home life.

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