Children in our program are learning at a high dual language academic level, not only to be prepared for primary school, but also to impact the world. Exposing your child to a Christian, bilingual and multicultural environment from an early age leads to an appreciation of diversity, better problem-solving skills and greater opportunities in today’s global economy.
Studies show that being bilingual has many cognitive benefits. According to research, speaking a second language can mean that you have a better attention span and can multi-task better than monolinguals.
Bilingual children are usually more adaptable to new environments, meeting new people, and stepping out of their comfort zone.
Bilingual children tend to have a higher concentration and are better at working through distractions while doing their school work, because they are having to switch from one language to another constantly.
Speaking a second language has numerous employment benefits. Being bilingual means that there are more job opportunities depending on which languages you speak.
- Cindy Lama Kantemur