Kidslingo achieved a remarkable feat by clinching four prestigious titles at the esteemed What’s On 4 Kids Awards 2023, often hailed as the Oscars of the children’s activities sector. These awards, recognising and celebrating the pinnacle of the industry, have been a beacon for excellence in the UK for 17 years, honouring the finest children’s clubs, classes, leaders, venues, and volunteers.

In a dazzling ceremony held at the enchanting Coombe Abbey in Coventry, Kidslingo emerged triumphant with four national awards, notably securing the highly sought-after title of “Most Loved Academic / Creative Activity in the UK.” The accolades didn’t stop there, as members of the Kidslingo team also claimed victories in other categories. Isabel Reverter Dominguez of Kidslingo Spanish Northants, Towcester & Olney, earned the title of “Most Loved Academic / Creative Activity Franchise Territory.” Meanwhile, Katie Mitchell of Kidslingo Stockport West was recognized as the “Most Loved Activity Leader or Business Manager – North of England,” and Anna Neville, the CEO of Kidslingo, was honoured with “The Steve Frank’s Shining Star for Excellence and Innovation.”


These outstanding achievements were complemented by finalist positions for five other Kidslingo franchises, namely Emily Kerrison, Becky MacLean, Jennifer Hodges, Natasha Baker, and Angela Hannaford.


The recognition garnered at the What’s on 4 Kids Awards not only solidifies Kidslingo’s position as a leader in academic activities but also underscores its integral role in the educational landscape across the UK. With a commitment to teaching French or Spanish to over 30,000 children weekly, Kidslingo has become a cornerstone in shaping the linguistic journey of young minds.


As Kidslingo’s footprint continues to expand nationwide through its franchise network, the dedication to providing quality language education in a fun and engaging manner remains a driving force. The triumph at the awards is not just a reflection of Kidslingo’s success but a celebration of its overarching philosophy – ‘to inspire young children to love languages.’ This philosophy creates an environment where language learning is not just educational but enjoyable, unlocking doors to a world of languages for every child.


Operating as a franchise network, Kidslingo offers a diverse range of language learning opportunities, including nursery classes, curriculum lessons, clubs in schools, community venue groups, private settings and online lessons. The Kidslingo ethos continues to shape the educational landscape, promising to nurture a generation of language enthusiasts.