Welcome to the jungle

Welcome to the Jungle | Method for babies from 3 months

Welcome to the jungle

From the moment a child is born, its brain begins to construct its reality. One of the most important points in the first years of life is language.

From birth, the baby gathers information, voices, sounds, music, and in this way prepares itself for the situations it is experiencing and will experience in the future. When the baby hears two languages naturally, the brain is already prepared to access the information of these languages in the future.

With the Welcome to the Jungle method, children come into contact with the English language in a similar way as they do with their mother tongue. By listening to stories, sounds and songs, they become familiar with the language. Welcome tono the jungle is a way of learning through positive reinforcement and psychomotor response.

At Celtic we create a joyful space for social learning and play, so that the baby understands the meaning of the new language he/she is exposed to.

During our sessions the teachers constantly address the baby in English. Although they are not yet able to speak, this is a crucial stage in the phonetic establishment of the language.

In the classroom we create a child-friendly environment and establish enjoyable routines in English that the babies will internalise session after session.

Welcome tono the Jungle offers an immersive and fun learning experience for babies from 3 months onwards.

In the classes we use music as a driver for learning. When combined with movement and play, it creates a positive impact on the baby’s neurological system in all areas of development. By playing, singing, dancing and moving, children associate the English sessions with a fun and positive activity and learn the language in a natural way.

The aim of Welcome tono the Jungle is to stimulate children’s development, build social skills and teamwork, and to reinforce self-esteem and familiarity with the English language.

Cati the caterpillar

Foundations | 3 to 6 months


Our Foundations classes offer a sensory-rich yet caring and gentle environment where infants can explore and react to new sounds, sensations, objects, and movements. We also teach parents infant massage techniques.

Once a week
Pack of 12 sessions of 20 minutes


  • Listening to songs and rhymes in English.
  • Parent-child interaction that builds neurological pathways in the developing of baby’s brain.
  • Knowledge of the environment with safe instruments for babies and other objects.
  • Exercises that create bonds between parents and children, such as story time, massage, and relaxation activities.
  • Introduction to baby sign language.


  • Increased balance and control of movements and strengthening of the central muscles.
  • Ability to deal with known and unknown social experiences.
  • Development of listening and communication skills.
  • Development of intonation and pronunciation skills in the future.
  • Introduction of a variety of sounds and rhythms that will promote language and literacy development.

Gina the Giraffe

Level 0 | 6 to 12 months

In Level 0 classes we show the world to babies through sensory and psychomotricity activities. It is a course that allows babies to learn in the same way that they learn their mother tongue, while increasing their emotional, mental, and physical development. In this course, we will meet Gina, a giraffe that has just been born. She is very small, and she must learn to do everything, but her friend the snail will help her. This is an interactive course for parents and babies in which, through songs and rhymes, we grow and learn together. It is a course that allows babies to learn English in a natural way, while promoting the bond between parents and children and increasing the emotional, mental, and physical development of the babies.

Once a week
Pack of 24 sessions of 30 minutes


  • Discover and play with scarves, instruments, mirrors and much more.
  • Learn and sing songs and rhymes in English.
  • Remember routines and rituals that allow children to be comfortable and to know what to expect.
  • Dance and move creatively.
  • Build coordination and listen to sounds.
  • Play instruments and acquire basic musical concepts, such as keeping a constant rhythm.
  • Learn to express themselves and clap.


  • Music helps children identify different emotions.
  • The variety of rhythms in our classes produces intentional changes in the babies’ mood. Some encourage dynamism while others help them relax.
  • The dynamic movement, the choreography and the instruments activate a set of muscles, which favours the general physical development of the little ones.
  • In the classes they make friends and create special moments with their parents.


Level 1 | from 1 to 2 years

Level 1 classes provide toddlers with a stimulating setting to explore their new movement and language skills with a sense of security, comfort, and confidence.

In this course we will meet Leo and Mati. Leo is a lion who is 1 year old, and Mati is his ladybug friend. Together they will discover a world full of adventures and colours. In this course babies will learn English by playing, singing, and telling short stories. In addition, we will deal with daily and familiar situations for children of these ages. At the age of one, children will be able to follow simple commands and will begin to imitate our gestures, actions, and sounds.

The classes take place in small groups of children, accompanied by their parents, once a week. A gift for life!

Once a week
45-minute sessions


  • Explore movement concepts and engage in musical interactions with objects and instruments.
  • Listen to stories and repeat them.
  • Identify and imitate sounds and words.
  • Learn to associate an image with a sound.
  • Sing songs with language patterns that explore rhythm, speech sounds, syntax, and rhyme.
  • Follow orders: jump, dance, move, move, and move!


  • Increased body awareness and beginning of competence in the self regulation of movement.
  • Development of various basic psychomotricity and coordination skills.
  • Increasing ability to recognize and follow musical patterns and move to a steady beat, foundational skills related to math and language.
  • Children establish rapport with their peers through dynamic songs, dances, and instruments. Our classes offer a high level of social interaction.

Ellie the elephant

Level 2 | from 2 to 3 years

Level 2

Level 2 classes encourage older toddlers to initiate their own ideas, nurturing social-emotional growth and cognitive development in a playful, exploratory environment.

Ellie is a two-year-old elephant who will accompany the boys and girls throughout the course of Babies 2. In this course, we will also be accompanied by Birdie, a very lively bird, and Tico, a monkey who does not want to grow up. This is the course that builds the foundations of the language and helps develop motor skills. The neurological development of our children is very important and occurs through the senses, so that, through touch, sight, taste, smell and hearing, our students will acquire knowledge and develop properly, always using English in the classroom.

Once a week
45-minute sessions


  • Experience a variety of sounds in English and learn how sounds are produced by playing musical instruments, speaking, or singing.
  • Listen to stories and repeat them.
  • Participate in creative expression and language play, expressing feelings and ideas through movement and music.
  • Delve into the world of language, storytelling, and imagination.
  • Solve activities individually and in groups.


  • Music and movement favour the neural connections of the brain and the repetition of sounds and syllables improves language development.
  • Increased attention and concentration and increased ability to memorize and remember.
  • Growing ability to detect patterns, nuances and timbres in sounds, a crucial skill for language development.
  • Experience waiting patiently, taking turns, cooperative group work and effective and respectful communication.
  • Broader vocabulary and knowledge of story structures, critical thinking, and
    problem-solving skills