Playful initiation to English
Kaleidoscope École Bilingue opens its doors every Wednesday and school holidays to give your children the chance to become familiar with English without knowing it and while having fun. The programs are aimed at children of 2 years and half to 7 years. The English courses were created on the belief (ratified by official studies) that bilingualism offers our children many intellectual advantages, and undeniable advantages for their adult life. Through our English courses on Wednesdays and school holidays, we have succeeded in creating a bilingual open-minded and dynamic environment that contributes to the intellectual development of our students.
Are you looking for a fun activity to delight your children on Wednesday? Try our English courses! Every Wednesday, Kaleidoscope École Bilingue welcomes children from two and a half to seven years for a crazy weekly immersion day in Shakespeare’s language. By participating in classes, children will learn English in a fun way, through play and games. The program is designed to adapt to the rhythm of the children and gives priority to play, autonomy and confidence. The classes encourage oral language and communication / interaction with other children while having fun. We use songs, music, games and stories to encourage children to express themselves and participate in activities. Through this playful and participatory approach, your child will learn very quickly to recognise words, phrases and numbers. Each period (around 6 weeks), new topics are tackled in order to stimulate the interest of the children and to encourage as much as possible their comprehension and speaking of English.
Bilingual holidays Similarly to Wednesdays, during the school holidays, Kaleidoscope École Bilingue offers English courses for children from two and a half to seven years. The programs are usually 1 week and thanks to a playful and participative approach, your child will learn very quickly to recognise words, phrases and numbers. Each week, new topics are tackled in order to stimulate the interest of the children and to encourage as much as possible their understanding of the spoken word in English.