Kids French Courses
Young children are not only eager to learn but also have a unique way of learning additional languages. Learning a language at an early age sows the seeds for lifelong success thanks to the numerous other social and cognitive benefits associated with bilingualism.
As a registered provider for the Service NSW Creative Kids program, school-aged children between the ages of 4.5 – 18
years are eligible for one $100 voucher per calendar year to put towards their enrolment into any of our Kids and Teens Courses.
Bilingual children develop better communications skills, are more sensitive to others' perspectives, thoughts, desires, tone of voice and attention, and are more likely to empathise with others
Bilingual children develop a strong sense of their cultural identity which can improve their mental health and establish a strong sense of self worth
New studies show that bilingual people recover quicker from strokes and experience slower on set dementia
The brain power required to be a bilingual speaker improves the cognitive function linked to critical thinking and problem solving
Bilingual's typically achieve better academic results across subjects because their brain is better at
concentrating, problem solving, understanding structures and multitasking
Bilinguals are good in focusing attention to information they are gathering, such as when they need to compare
two things and find the differences
Bilingual children are advantaged in certain aspects of memory, for example generalizing information from one
event to a later event
Bilingual people have a range of career opportunities not available to monolingual speakers. Travel the world as a translator anyone?