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How to choose the best bilingual nursery school for your child?

Today, speaking English is more than just an option for a successful professional life.

That's why more and more parents are turning to bilingual schools, sometimes as early as kindergarten. At this age, children absorb information and learn by mimicry, which makes it much easier to learn new languages.

Like a conventional nursery school, your choice of bilingual nursery school should be based on several criteria :

  • Quality bilingual program: Check the bilingual preschool's program to make sure it meets your child's needs. Find out how many hours are taught in the foreign language, and what teaching methods are used. It may also be worth checking whether the teachers are native speakers, as this can influence the child's accent.
  • Reputation and testimonials: It's a good idea to find out more about the bilingual kindergarten. You can search for testimonials from former parents. You can also ask other parents for recommendations of the best bilingual nursery schools in your area.
  • Teacher qualifications and experience: Quality teaching requires qualified, experienced teachers. Find out more about our bilingual kindergarten teachers, including their expertise in bilingual teaching.
  • Resources and facilities: Visiting the bilingual nursery school will enable you to assess the resources and facilities available. Check that the school has all the resources and teaching equipment appropriate for young children.
  • Geographical proximity: Take geographical proximity into account when choosing a bilingual nursery school, as a short commute may be more convenient for you and your child.
  • Atmosphere and teaching approach: Choose a school that matches your educational values. You can do this by visiting the school and observing the general atmosphere.
  • Cost and budget: The price of a private bilingual school can quickly become onerous. Take into account tuition fees over several years, and make sure the school is financially viable for your situation.
  • Parent-school interaction: Find out about the means of interaction and collaboration set up between parents and the school, such as the existence of parent delegates. Regular, open communication with the bilingual nursery school is essential for proper follow-up of your child.

To choose the best bilingual nursery school, it's important to do thorough research, visit potential schools and, above all, don't hesitate to ask questions to the directors, teachers and parents before making your decision.


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