Get your school loving Spanish!



Ole Kids run Spanish after-school clubs across London and provide cultural workshops within schools as a day activity or a few hours during the day.

Our teachers are native speakers and CRB checked. Many of our teachers are trained teachers in Spain and those who aren’t have relevant backgrounds and experience.

Ole Kids has well developed classes that use as much Spanish as possible throughout the class, authentic materials from Spanish speaking countries and with a strong emphasis on teaching cultural awareness and understanding.


Our focus is on children learning Spanish through games, activities, arts and craft, story telling, role playing and generally having fun since we believe children learn through doing. They will use the language in class as a tool for communication rather than as a topic in itself. We also teach basic grammatical concepts and phonics as part of our classes in a creative and interactive way.

We like to include parents in the learning process and aim for children to go home weekly with something they have made and some Spanish they can teach their parents at home!

We are open to suggestions and flexible in the times and days we teach. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or want to make an enquiry.

After School Clubs

We offer morning/lunch or afternoon clubs as well as Spanish classes taught as part of the curriculum.

These are the schools where we currently run after school clubs:

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Sinclair House School
All Saints’ Church of England Primary School Putney Logo
All Saints’ Church of England Primary School Putney
St John the Baptist Church of England Junior School Logo
St John the Baptist Church of England Junior School
Primrose Hill Primary School Logo
Primrose Hill Primary School
Christ Church Streatham CofE Primary School Logo
Christ Church Streatham CofE Primary School

Workshops in Schools

A great way to celebrate international day or generally learn about Spanish culture. Authentic materials come to life – we bring Spanish traditional stories, songs and games to life.

Teachers will experience language as a form of communication rather than a subject and have a chance to use it with new teachers.

For example we have previously done “Paellas and Chocolate con Churros” for International Day, a workshop introducing Spanish regions, songs and games, vocabulary and arts and crafts.

We can create workshops for Primary and Secondary schools based on the topics of interest to the language teachers.

Currently we run workshops at Southbank International School:

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