Welcome to MTO® Persian School in London. We are the UK branch of the largest international Persian school outside Iran with over 16 centres throughout Europe, America and Canada.
The school is located in Mill Hill, Barnet in North West of London.

Our classes range from Reception level to year 5. Minimum age is 4 up to 13 years old. After successfully completing year 5, depending on their age, our students can enrol for pre-GCSE or GCSE Persian language classes at MTO College which is in the same premises. MTO College® also provides classes in A’ level Persian Language as well as tutorials in English, Maths and Science at 3 key stage levels.

At MTO® Persian School, we also offer specialised classes for bilingual students as well as foreign adults who want to learn the Persian language. There is no age limit for these classes.

Our teachers are UK qualified and have extensive experience in teaching Persian. We use  books that have been especially designed and cater for students living outside of Iran. students learn Persian as their second language with the most advanced techniques.

Our students not only learn the fundamentals of Persian language: speaking, writing, grammar and its different applications; they also learn about Persian culture, arts, historical sites, poets and scholars in literature as well as Persian traditions and customs. In order to gain a deeper and wider knowledge of the language, they become familiar with numeracy, the terms and terminologies of maths and science in Persian. Students are assessed at the end of each term and upon finishing the required level in the last term, they move up to the upper level in the following academic year.

Interactive White Boards (IWB)

Interactive White Boards (IWB): In addition to computer and internet access, each class is equipped with IWB for which our teachers are undergoing training to be able to use this facility in their teaching.

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Computers/Internet Access

Computers/Internet Access: As part of our teaching, all teachers have access to a computer and internet in their classrooms, for teaching and research purposes to enhance class learning when required.

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