We have developed a unique educational project enhancing the individuality of each child
Never before have languages been more and more in contact with each other.
Growing up with two languages involves greater mental flexibility: bilinguals are better able to focus attention and find it much easier to switch between tasks and adapt to new cognitive demands. On a cultural level, it is very likely that a bilingual individual can also be bicultural and adopt the customs, traditions and ideologies of the two languages.
Our educational method is based on the principle that the language must be “lived” and not “learned”, through play, music and dance. When language is play, it becomes a natural element in children’s lives.
There are so many studies that claim that the ability to learn languages slowly declines after childhood.
There is a critical period, a time window, within which learning a second language takes place effortlessly, because in their brain the same area of the cortex (that of language) is activated for both languages. The brain begins to recognize and differentiate two language channels, which however refer to the same concept and which therefore, at the peak of its moment of formation, is assimilated into both sounds.
Go beyond the critical period , which generally lasts up to seven years of age, would mean no longer being able to obtain native competence or almost, with the loss of some linguistic peculiarities, such as pronunciation or complete grammatical competence.
By the critical age, children are able to learn numerous procedures concerning different languages without there being conflicts or interference in their use. After the critical age, individuals tend to implement procedural schemes relating to the first language when they express themselves in the second, therefore to translate mentally the concepts before expressing them.
Our program is divided into 7 learning areas, with structured activities for each age group and with a careful eye on the individuality of each child
This area focuses on the child’s psychophysical well-being, on self-awareness and acceptance
Physical and psychomotor development helps children achieve self-esteem, control, coordination and balance
Children have the opportunity to express their thoughts and emotions in many ways: any form of communication is never neglected
Literacy includes all skills related to writing, letter recognition and understanding of written language
Mathematical development includes counting, classification, association, measures, space, numbers and shapes
We encourage children to investigate, become curious, experiment, ask questions and become aware of their surroundings
Creative development is essential for successful learning, and stimulates children to discover the expressive arts
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