We live in a world that has become an increasingly complex web of connections and interdependencies. Our young learners need to get ready to thrive in such a world to do so, tangible skills such as language proficiency are obviously critical to success. But language skills are just part of the whole picture. To be productive global citizens, students need other skills that are less tangible, including greater sensitivity to cultural differences, openness to new and different ideas, and the ability to adapt to change.
Being able to communicate in English across cultures, will help our students to be better prepared to actively and successfully participate in the world of the future. That’s why we teach English through “Real-World” multicultural experiences and topics. We empower young learners to become Global Citizens, because we want them to progress.