Korean After School Clubs in UK Schools

Korean After School Clubs for Primary and Secondary Schools in the UK

Objectives

  • To encourage primary and secondary schools in the UK to select Korean as a second language, and to set up Korean classes as part of the regular curriculum or in after-school clubs
  • To enhance the understanding of Korea and give pupils better opportunities to prepare for their futures globally

Eligibility

Primary and secondary schools in the UK which have signed on agreement with the Korean Education Centre in the UK

Current Status

In 2020/21 academic year, 39 UK schools (17 primry schools and 22secondary schools) have been successfully running Korean clubs with our support. 

Primary

                

London

Berkeley Primary School

Bristol

Bishop Sutton Primary School

Bristol

Blagdon Primary School

London

Cheam Park Farm Primary School

London

Corpus Christi RC Primary School

Bristol

East Harptree CofE Primary School

Swansea

Gendros Primary School

Bath

Newbridge Primary School

Bridgend

Nottage Primary School

Bristol

Sandford Primary School

Oxford

St Ebbe’s C.E. Primary School

Oxford

St Michael’s C.E. Primary School

Bridgend

Tremains Primary School

Bristol

Ubley Primary School

Bristol

Wells Cathedral Junior School

London

Westbourne Primary School

Bristol

Winscombe Primary School

Secondary

                    

Birmingham

Ark St Alban’s Academy

Oxford

Bartholomew School

London

Bolder Academy

Yorkshire

Cathedral Academy

London

Chelsea Academy

Oxford

Cheney School

London

Cranford Community College

Leeds

Elliott Hudson College

Felixstowe

Felixstowe International College

London

Harlington School

London

Harris Academy Morden

Birmingham

Holy Trinity School

London

Kennet School

London

Sir John Cass Red Coat School

Cardiff

St John’s College

London

St Mark’s C of E Academy School

Reading

The Abbey School

Bristol

The Blue School

Northeast

The English Matyrs School & Sixth Form College

London

The Holy Cross School

Oxford

The Oxford Academy

London

The Whitgift School

 

What We Support

Korean language teachers, textbooks and teaching materials

Future Plans

  • To increase the number of secondary schools in London and suburbs offering Korean language classes.
  • To promote Korean for the GCSE second language (demand survey, selection of implementing agency etc.)

Get in touch

For more information please feel free to contact The Korean Education Centre in the UK