All Together Bilingual School
Child Education aims to expand the cultural universe of the child through actions that allow them to discover the world, get to know each other, learn to live together, establish emotional, cognitive and social relationships, in order to gain autonomy.
Our purpose is to develop the child in its cognitive, social, moral and motor aspects, i.e. what is intended is the global and harmonious development of the child. We intend to contribute to the formation of flexible, creative, discovering people, capable of criticizing, of proving and not accepting without reflecting what is proposed to them, able to exercise their freedom and autonomy according to the social values they consider valid because they had the opportunity to build them.
We also base our proposal on Affective Pedagogy, which is dedicated to the human being in their characteristics of being endowed with body, spirit, reason and emotion. The quality and level of content developed in Early Childhood Education provide the School with security to make the first steps of the learner much more enjoyable, thus increasing the chances of success in their school career.
Why bilingual education?
Bilingual education in the twenty-first century has as purposes, besides guaranteeing the student a level of proficiency that allows them to communicate easily with speakers of the most varied origins, making them “a global and responsible citizen, able to act in different cultural contexts, understanding and appreciating diversity”.
Investing in bilingual education from early childhood has other benefits less obvious than mastering the English language and the possibility of communicating with the world. According to psychologists and researchers, children exposed to bilingualism, in addition to natural linguistic development, also better develop their cognitive and social skills.
The Child Education classes follow the Brazilian curriculum, being the English language the means of communication between teacher and student and the form of recording the contents. They are worked through semiannual projects addressing various themes of the children’s daily lives.