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About us

IN.lingo School of Languages cooperates with many schools in Amsterdam and the Bollenstreek area. We support schools and parents in fulfilling the Dutch governmental guidelines on internationalizing primary education.
In our Dutch School program, we support Expat children to improve their Dutch so as to compete equally with their Dutch friends at school.

Why learn a second language at an early age?

Children who hear and speaks a second or third language from birth have a clear advantage over monolingual children. As the neural system of bilingual children develops, their brain also learns how to learn a new language. The learn grammatical structures and can apply them without thinking about them.

The earlier a monolingual child is exposed to a bilingual environment, the more she can make us of those neural skills to adapt to new languages.

IN.lingo exposes bilingual and monolingual children to the language in a playful and engaging practical way. We play and have fun… just in another language.

My husband and I are from Germany and our daughter hardly spoke any German to us. Since she takes lessons at IN.lingo she speaks German at home. Her grammar has improved tremendously. We are very happy with her progress.‘ 

Gerlinde Müller

Our children learn English at IN.lingo. Our daughter is in group 2 and our son is in group 5. Both love the lessons. We are very pleased with the teachers. During our last trip to Spain they were speaking English with locals. That made them very proud.‘ 

Maud van Amersfoort

Pre Starter

This level provides a language foundation to children who have no prior knowledge of the language or who don’t know how to read and write yet. It is recommended for group 1/2 and earlier.


Your child build its vocabulary and simple grammar. Your child needs to have some knowledge of reading and writing and to have some familiarity with the language. This level is for group 3 and up.


Your child can understand and use basic phrases and expressions. It can communicate in simple ways when people speak slowly.


Your child can take part in simple exchanges on familiar topics. It can understand and communicate routine information.


Your child can communicate in situations, and use simple language to communicate feelings, opinions, plans and experiences.


Your child can communicate easily with native speakers. It can understand and express some complex ideas and topics.

Contact us for more information! or   +31 (0) 6 42 70 83 60