Helen Doron teaches English as a foreign language to children, from babies to teens. Through our fun, engaging and stress-free lessons filled with music, games and a wide variety of carefully planned activities, children learn English easily and naturally, the same way they learn their mother tongue.
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International campaign stimulates literacy for children around the world. Here are the winners!
The Helen Doron Educational Group has announced the winners of the 2018 Young Heroes Readers are Leaders campaign. The campaign reading as a superpower, motivated hundreds of teachers
Sanja Župan Vuković from Zagreb, Croatia grew up in a home where learning new cultures and languages were part of life. Her mother is an English teacher and “spoke English to us from very early on so we often spoke English amongst
Find out how more than 3 million children have learnt English with the unique and successful Helen Doron method.
Not many seven year Italian boys can speak English like a “native.” According to Stefania Arcidiacono, her son Cristian can do just that, attributing his success to attending Helen Doron English language classes in Castel di Lama in Ascoli Piceno province since he was three and a half years old.
The Vassilevs believe that the earlier you start learning any language the better. They put beliefs into practice by sending their children to Helen Doron classes when they were one year old! A professional couple living in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, the Vassilevs say that there is little English learning … available for very young children in Bulgaria, so sending their 3½