Arsenal Double Club Languages is a community, non-profit project founded and coordinated by Arsenal in the Community, the social, charitable department of Arsenal Football Club.
All costs to participate on the programme are reinvested into the cost of running the project, most notably to continuously create new and engaging resources.
The cost of participating is as follows:
- Beginners Level Pupil workbooks: £6 per pupil or £150 for a class of 30 pupils (no VAT applies)
- Optional Language Day visit for Beginners Level participants: £7.50 (+VAT) per pupil
- Digital Membership to access online Intermediate Level: Free of charge
- Optional Language Day visit for Intermediate Level participants: £15.00 (+VAT) per pupil
Please note that the Teacher’s Notes, coaching guide and online access for downloadable extras are all included in the cost of the Beginners pupil workbooks.
The school is responsible for arranging and covering any other associated costs, including staff to run sessions in school and transport to and from Emirates Stadium for the Language Day visit.
If your school is in Islington, Camden, Hackney or Hertsmere, you may be eligible to participate at a subsidised rate through our commitment to the respective local authority. Please contact email@example.com to enquire.
All other UK state schools can apply for a small grant of up to £400 through The David Buckland Trust.
The David Buckland Trust is a small charity set up to continue the work of David Buckland in ‘Broadening Horizons Through Languages’. David was an inspirational teacher, trainer and author who committed his life to the promotion of language learning. The Trust gives small grants to enhance the work of individuals and schools beyond the core funding provided by schools.
Individuals who are over 16 can apply for funding of up to £400 to support further study or visits abroad. State schools, be they local authority or academies, can apply for funding to support special projects, such as the Arsenal Double Club, school trips or visiting performers.
To apply for funding, complete the short application form on The David Buckland Trust website.