TLG and High Q to deliver English language course in Israel

TLG and High Q to deliver English language course in Israel

We are pleased to announce that The Language Gallery and High Q have partnered to introduce TLG’s General English programme to Israel.

The course is set to start in November and will be available in all High Q branches (more than 25 schools). There are also plans to add more elective courses in the future. Simon Power, Managing Director of The Language Gallery (pictured above with Boaz Arbel, Senior Director for GUS in Israel), said: “This programme is at the forefront of TLG’s offering and is designed to develop practical communication skills in speaking, writing, reading, listening, and grammar. We have been able to develop a successful and compelling way to teach English, and we are delighted to share our expertise with High Q.” High Q specialises in preparing students for the Psychometric Exam (a prerequisite for higher education in Israel), the Bagrut exam (A-level equivalent) and the AMIR test. The addition of TLG’s services and resources will broaden its selection of English courses.

We look forward to seeing this collaboration develop.

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