Our teachers are qualified to adapt the most modern didactic techniques and the practice of the language to the needs of each level and each group in order to get the best results. As in their mother tongue, children have to speak, listen, write, play, act, paint and sing.   We make sure of a correct learning, monitoring, and above all we want our students not only to learn a language, but we also want them to gain confidence when learning how to communicate in a different language and therefore increase their motivation to learn more.   Our workshops are a dynamic and fun alternative to an English lesson, where the kids learn the language without realizing.

PLAY AND LEARN IN ENGLISH WORKSHOP [Trinity exam initial level (Grades 1 – 2)]


  1. Presente simple en afirmativa, negativa e interrogativa
    Are you clever?
    Yes I am
    No, I am not
    Do you like hamburgers?
    Yes I do
    No, I don´t
  2. Presente continuo en afirmativa, negativa e interrogativa
    Are you reading a book?
    Yes I am
    No, I am not
  3. Verbos ser y estar, haber, poder, tener y gustar
    Is there a bedroom in your house?
    Yes there is
    No, there isn´t
    Are there a garden and a balcony in your house?
    Yes, there are
    No, there aren´t
    Can you ride a horse?
    Yes, I can
    No, I can´t
    Have you got brown hair?
    Yes, I have
    No, I haven´t
    Do you like hamburgers?
    Yes, I do
    No, I don´t
    Are you strong?
    Yes, I am
    No, I am not
  4. Adjetivos y pronombres posesivos
    Is this your bedroom? Yes, it is mine
    Is this his pen? Yes, it is his
  5. Demostrativos
    This is my book
    These are my pencils
  6. Preposiciones de lugar
    Is your bed in your bedroom?
    Is the book on the shelf?
  7. Imperativos
    Stand up, please
    Listen and repeat, please
    Open the window, please
    Close the door, please
  8. Singular y plural de los nombres
    I have got one book
    Have you got three brothers?


  1. Informacion personal
    I am eight years old
    I have got black hair and brown eyes
    • Casa: My house has got one living room and three bedrooms
    • Familia: I have got one brother and three sisters
    • Amigos: my best friend is Laura
    • Animales: I have got a dog. I like cats.
    • Posesiones: I have got a ball and a big doll
    • Horas: I have lunch at 1 0´clock
    • Rutina diaria: I have breakfast at 8 o´clock
      I go to school at 9 o´clock
      I go to bed at 7:30
  2. Adjetivos calificativos:
    I am strong.
    My dad is handsome.
  3. Opuestos:
    Day – Night
    Dark – Ligth
  4. Acciones:
    I run
    I read a book
  5. Comida y tiendas:
    I kike chicken
    You don´t like fish
    I buy meat in the butcher´s
  6. Ropa:
    I wear a blue shirt and navy blue trousers
  7. Partes del cuerpo:
    I have got blond hair and blue eyes
  8. Numeros hasta el 100
  9. Profesiones:
    My mother is a teacher
    My father is an architect
  10. Deportes:
    I play football
    You like tennis
  11. Colores y formas:
    My bedroom is blue
    My hair is brown
  12. Dias de la semana y meses del año:
    I play with my friends on Saturday
    It is cold in November

NOTA PARA PADRES: Estos contenidos coinciden con el currículum para el examen de Trinity, nivel inicial (Grades 1 – 2 - 3).


In our workshops, our goal is that students discover and express their abilities, being artistic techniques beneficial for them because they help their individuality and their self- esteem to develop, encouraging their creative and inventive personality benefiting their expression, their perception and their organization.

This workshop is a dynamic and fun alternative to an English lesson, where the kids learn the language without realizing.


Kids will work with materials that they bring from their own home or the ones we recycle together.
Our goal is not only that the children get used to listening the foreign language, but also to work the three dimensions and develop their imagination; creating new possibilities with recycled objects and at the same time looking after the environment.
At the end of this module, the school will be decorated with everything that the children have created in order to celebrate a Christmas party!

SEPTEMBER: The month of the paper and the carton.

OCTOBER: The month of nature: leaves, cotton, wood

NOVEMBER: The month of fabrics

DECEMBER: The month of plastic


Children love painting their craft work, paper and their colouring books. It’s important to find non toxic paints so the kids can use them. Those paints which dry fast and are easy to clean are appreciated by both parents and teachers when working with children. Children love bright colours and creamy textures. Some paints have peculiar smells which could irritate those children with asthma or allergies, but there is a huge range of paints that are safe and suitable for kids. During these two months children will develop their creativity by experimenting with the different types of paintings.


They come in tubes or squeezable bottles and they dry very fast; which makes them the perfect product to use with children. Moreover, they are easy to clean. They are perfect to pain three – dimensional objects such as gypsum figures, wooden boxes or even clothing!

Finger paint:

It’s the children’s favourite! It is dense and colourful so they will love squeezing it with their hands and making designs on a sheet of paper.

Poster paint:

It’s easy to use and it isn’t toxic; but it should be inspected before buying it as it could have a funny smell. They come in metallic and fluorescent colours to create special decorations or for posters.


It’s the most used at schools. They could be used to paint with the fingers and they could be used to paint card, carton and paper mache. It isn’t toxic but it has certain smell. When using this paints, adults must make sure that the children protect their clothes as these type of paints could be difficult to clean.



Releasing stress and exercise your patience has never been so funny!
Costume jewellery can be created in many shapes, materials, colours and designs. Children can make necklaces, wristbands …etc. As is a full on hand – made project, it will help children to release tension, stress and anxiety. Moreover, as it is their own design, they are developing their creativity and intelligence while improving their psychomotor activity. During this month, the kids will become little jewellers making designs for their parents, siblings, grandparents … and even for themselves!


During these three months kids will practice the performance of a small play in English for their parents and their family. With theatre, kids increase their self – esteem, they learn how to work as part of a team and respect others, they discover their emotions and learn to express and control them, they learn the meaning of discipline and they learn to control stage fright. Theatre can also be helpful:

  • As a cross curricular activity to reinforce other skills and other subjects such as reading and speaking, history, literature, art … and in or case a foreign language too
  • To get the children familiar with subjects like art, history and, in our case it will be done in a foreign language.
  • To help children to socialize.
  • To improve children’s attention and concentration.
  • To teach some values.
  • To help children to reflect.
  • To encourage the children to use their senses..
  • To help the children to think
  • To stimulate children’s creativity and imagination. .
  • To make the children to feel more secure about themselves.
  • To help children to play with fantasy as they will write the script of the play!

The best age for kids to start attending drama lessons is at the age of five. At this age, they can already read, understand and their memory strength is high. Kids suck in all they hear.


The fact that a child goes to drama lessons doesn’t mean that he / she will become an actor. At Nursery school, children neither do theatre nor learn theatre. They play to create, to invent and they learn to participate as part of a group. Drama lessons at Nursery school are therapeutic and socializing. Group activities, exercises to improve their psychomotor activity and the physical contact with their friends are the pillars of drama studies. Theatre is an endless field of both fun and education. For very young kids, theatre shouldn’t only be the performance of a show. It’s not about promoting little stars, but about an experience gained through games.

NOTE FOR PARENTS: Parents should be prepared for some extra expenses on the material used in this workshop: trinkets, paints, costumes for the play… The school will make sure that the expense is small and we will let parents know in advance what they should bring to the different sessions. The common goal is for the kids to have a fantastic time!


When it comes to working emotions with children, we have to bear in mind that changes happen from the inside to the outside, creating a new meaning thanks to the search for inner solutions. When he / she is in charge of his / her own emotions, the child could control them in a calm and responsible way, substituting the anger or impulsiveness tantrums for a control of his / her feelings. At the same time, exploring their own is a good way to understand other people’s feelings, developing the ability of empathy, learning to have social relationships with their counterparts, creating healthy social bonds. This balanced emotional state makes children to keep their attention and motivation on whatever they are doing, without any mental disturbance which could suck up all their time; so their performance at school will be better.


  • To recognise the different emotions.
  • To learn the impact of the different emotions and learn how to manage them properly.
  • To give the children the suitable tools in order to deal with difficult situations, such as controlling impulsiveness or the low tolerance to frustration.
  • To encourage assertive communication, empathy and self – esteem.
  • To develop socio – emotional skills.


Through the different techniques of emotional intelligence and the professional feedback, we will provide the children with individual aspects to work on each session such as the management of emotions, assertiveness, empathy … etc. This workshop is based on dynamic activities related with art, music and expressive movement in order to find, recognise and assimilate emotions. It helps to stimulate emotional self – conscience: Defining what emotions are and how can we use then in our daily life. Recognising and assimilating emotions through group activities to get to know their own body and its non – verbal language.

Directing emotions through: body expression, music, and audiovisual projections. Reflecting within a space “the circle of trust” where each child will be able to ask for anything they want and anything they need. Providing strategies in order to assimilate the different emotions. Children will learn healthy strategies for a suitable emotional response such as distancing, social support, planning how to solve conflicts, behavioural distraction, coherence of emotions and thoughts. Developing social skills. Active listening, assertive communication and team work.

The sessions will be one hour and thirty minutes long. This workshop is based on the importance of learning while enjoying and developing emotional skills through emotional coaching. Each session will be dedicated to one emotion which will be worked through activities related to arts developing their creativity and their spontaneity. In order to develop their linguistic skills they will also learn how to express their emotions in English.

  • Session 1, 2: Anger
  • Session 3: Fear
  • Session 4: Happiness
  • Session 5: Sadness
  • Session 6: Self – esteem
  • Session 7: Shyness
  • Session 8: Empathy and generosity
  • Session 9: Team work
  • Session 10: Jealousy
  • Session 11: Envy
  • Session 12: Lying

Requirements: Comfortable clothing.

Ages: Nursery and Primary School children.

We will make a progress report. At the end of the workshop, we will give each parent a report informing about the progress achieved. They can ask for a meeting to solve any inquiry they have.

Workshop of the Feelings

Do you find it difficult to organize your time for all your exams? In Next Stop Academy we know how difficult and overwhelming it can be to study for a lot of exams at the same time; so we offer this workshop to help you in any subject!

Contact us for more information and don’t let this opportunity go!

Times for all our workshops: Fridays and Saturdays