Why learn languages in early years?
Children have the fascinating ability to differentiate between different languages within the first few weeks of life. The earlier a child is exposed to new sounds and words, the easier it is for them to learn another language.
Research has shown that learning another language actually enhances a child's overall speech development, heightens creativity, enhances communication, social and memory skills and builds confidence.
Why we love Spanish.
Spanish is a global language. It is the third most spoken language in the world and is the official language of 21 countries.
Spanish is now a very popular language in secondary schools. Learning Spanish at a young age can therefore give children a significant headstart.
Many of the words in Spanish are pronounced phonetically, making it easier to learn than alot of other languages worldwide.
Spanish is a beautiful language and a fun language to learn.