Why Study with Bell


The Bell curriculum is based on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).

Over the duration of our three year course, the Bell programme aims to develop our students from level A1 to level B1 and above.


This means that by the end of the programme, our students should be able to do things such as:

Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance Inspections are conducted by certified inspectors from the UK twice a year.

Bell teachers are also formally observed every semester, have annual performance reviews and complete monthly peer observations for continual development.


Bell students receive a level appropriate set of Time Zones course books each year.

As well as the Student Book and Workbook, each student is also given a student folder and a portfolio folder to keep their Bell work in. Bell teachers are also trained in using educational technology effectively to help engage learners and maximise their progress.


Bell teachers are all qualified, experienced teachers.

This ensures that Bell teachers have excellent subject knowledge and can provide the highest level of education for our students.


Class Sizes

Bell classes are restricted to a maximum of 16 students.

This allows the teacher to devote individual attention to each and every student and allows all students to fully participate in the lesson.