DELE Para Escolares (DELE preparation for School Students)
We can help prepare your child for their DELE exam
The DELE exams are split into levels and also into age ranges. The DELE for school level children is called the DELE para Escolares. LAE Teens offers courses for children to prepare them for the exam, and also can advise on how to best reach the level necessary for your children to pass.
The DELE Diplomas are official certificates, which prove the Spanish competence and command, given by Instituto Cervantes on behalf of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science.
This DELE para Escolares for students between 11 and 17 years old.
Some schools or educational centers ask for students to be able to prove their level of Spanish to enter. It’s also taken by some centers as an extra certificate, as it is recognized worldwide and never expires.
Students can take the A1 or the A2/B1 Dele exam. There are more than 1000 centres around the world where you can take the test.
The tests are held in May and November, though there’s a written test that you have to take beforehand. To find out the specific dates, visit the following link: https://examenes.cervantes.es/es/dele-para-escolares/cuando
The inscription price will depend on the level of the diploma you are signing up for and the country in which you take it. The A1 price for students is the same as the price for the adult A1 DELE exam, and the A2/B1 price for students is the same as the price for the adult A2/B1 DELE exam We recommend you double check the price for your DELE exam in the centre where you decide to take the test.
The A1 diploma proves that the students have the capacity of:
- Understanding and using basic daily expressions in any Spanish speaking country.
- Asking and giving personal information about themselves and their daily routine.
- Interacting in a basic way with other speakers that speak slowly and clearly.
The A2 diploma proves that the students have the capacity of:
- Understandingand using common daily expressions about themselves, their families, shopping, work, etc.
- Maintain simple conversations about daily things.
- Describing, in a simple way,aspects of their past and their environment.
The main differences between the DELE para Escolares and the general DELE are the contexts and situations that appear in the test, which are specifically adapted to that age range.
Native, Qualified Teachers
Native teachers, qualified in primary/secondary education, educational psychology and Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language.
We assess every student’s profile to identify appropriate learning objectives, styles and interests, as well as any specific areas for improvement.
Your child’s safety is our priority; every teacher has a police background check and we have first aid-qualified staff.
Our classes may be fun, but they are all designed to adhere to a well-structured framework to ensure progress