The ability to understand and communicate beyond our first language is an essential skill for the globalized world we live in. In early childhood, cognition, language and culture begin to develop. Within an intimate, relaxed and multicultural atmosphere, our educators introduce the English language in the classroom.
Kids eventually get used to the new sounds and the pronunciation of words different from their mother tongue. During this initial phase of exposure and understanding, their inherent natural curiosity is fostered and they are motivated through the use of games and other recreational tasks such as storytelling, and songs