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Chess is a strategic and tactical game that helps children to enhance their intellectual ability.


Starting from complete beginning our experienced, fully certified tutor will teach your children strategic thinking.



Age: 6+

Complete Beginners

Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Time: 7:00 – 8:00 pm


  Age: 6+

Tactics and Strategies

Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm (Beginners)

Time: 7:00 – 8:00 pm (Advanced)


See details for payments


Complete Beginners

 “Chess Pieces”

study all pieces and moves using professional  chess language.



“Tactics and Strategies”

further study for those with knowledge of the rules


20 weeks

divided into

4 Stages (half-terms)


Our promise: after completing the full course for beginners your child can compete and participate in tournaments.


£12/ session

Payment half-termly

5/6 sessions/ half-term


10 %


20 %

Questions and Answers

What age can my child start learning the chess?

The best age is anywhere between 4- 100 years old smile. However, we take children from age 6. This is due to introducing them to professional language from the start.

We can take children from 5 y.o. but we would need to assess them.

How long is each lesson?

Lessons are developed for 50 mins each.

What is the lesson structure?

Small groups allow our team to develop an individual approach. We can re-structure teaching methods according to the needs of our children. Live lessons start with puzzles and exercises that children love, followed by our newly developed teaching material and then practice. Our experienced coach gives every child a chance to practice to every child. Children leave each lesson with homework.

My child knows the rules of Chess, but is still new to the game

For these children we have set up a “Tactics and Strategies” course, where we start with basic middlegame tactics such as: Checkmate in one, fork, pin, skewer, discovery, etc. We slowly increase the level of difficulties.

Can we have a Trial session?

We do not follow any marketing gimmicks of offering one trial session. It is absolutely pointless if not dangerous pattern to offer children quick-fix solutions without putting in any hard work and learning to delay gratification.


Just one trial lesson does not give time to a child, teacher and parent to fully build a good working relationship or rapport. That is why we only offer a half-termly subscription to our classes. More