The students are taught fluency in different languages, specifically “Hungarian for the non-Hungarians and French for the non French-speaking ones,” according to the school’s website.
Parlez vous Francias, Shiloh? She’ll have the added bonus of having a bilingual assistant in the classes to aid her in translation, due to her young age. Older students, don’t get this treatment.
Shiloh’s age group of 3 to 4-year-olds will touch on five major points in the curriculum. She’ll be taught along with the other children how to “live together,” to “speak and construct language” and apply it to books, how to “act and express” themselves to the world, to “discover the world” and to “imagine, feel and create!”
Learning is done through a series of games that’s main touch-point is speech and vocabulary. Books, art and music are also used in part of the instruction. And that’s not all. The preschool classrooms all have computers, a playground (with swings, a slide, sandboxes and bicycles), a cafeteria and a library!
Sounds like grade A fun!