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Frequently asked questions
Do you conduct physical classes or are they all online?
We conduct all our weekly classes online, for children aged 3 to 15, and have found it very effective and conducive to their learning. We’ve been conducting online classes for a while now and our tutors know how to make the most out of the medium, while still ensuring students get the one-on-one attention they need. We do host a number of meet-ups and cultural events in and around London, details of which can be found on our website and through our mailing list.
Are there classes for different levels of ability?
We speak English and my child knows little or no Hindi. How can you help us?
We see that all the time as most children who come to us speak little or no Hindi. We specialise in teaching the bare basics of the language and starting their Hindi journey. We teach in English and gradually start introducing Hindi in increments and graduate to longer sentences and grammar.
Are your tutors DSB checked?
Yes, all our tutors are certified DSB (also called CRB) security and safety checked.
I don’t want my child to learn just through a computer.
Screen time is when our children stare aimlessly. What we are doing is productive, education use of the screen. What it is meant for, to enrich and enlighten. Also to tap immediately into of group of people who think like you, and are on the same journey. Also, we don’t use just a software, where the child has little or no interaction in the language he/she is learning. Instead, we create a live classroom environment where the child can see all the other children and the teacher and vice versa. This ensures people in different places can come together and learn. Our tutors are specially trained to make the most out of these teachings through virtual lessons.
Do you also conduct private lessons?
Yes we do offer private lessons but we tend not to encourage it apart from specific cases. In our experience, group environments tend to be far more beneficial and valuable in learning a new language. It also makes it a far more enjoyable experience and gives them fellow students to practice with.