Language competence
Students will speak the language with sufficient fluency and accuracy and participate effectively in most formal and informal conversations. Our approach allows children to learn the language quickly and achieve a high level of proficiency.

Subject knowledge enhancement
Learning a subject through another language is challenging as students learn both a subject and a language, but this is extremely rewarding, it provides extra motivation and makes the brain to work harder.


Self-confidence and leadership
Leadership skills and self-confidence play a large role in career. Few people are born to be leaders. Most of us need to practice being a good leader, and that’s leadership development is so important at our school.

Thinking skills and creativity
Our school offers such a learning environment where children generate and ask themselves meaningful questions and then search for answers to prevent them from being passive receptors of information.

Motivation to learn
The classroom climate as a caring and supportive place where there is a sense of belonging and everyone is valued and respected fosters the motivation to learn. The tasks are challenging but achievable, they stimulate students’ curiosity and a desire to learn.

Analytical skills
In the CLIL classroom, analytical skills require the use of language to think critically, analyse information, and make decisions. 21st century skills for students are global awareness, financial, health and environmental literacy.