We live in a globalised world where English has transcended its natural boundaries and become not only a vehicle for communication, but a tool of study and work.
Today, proficiency in English is essential. At a time when borders are becoming a thing of the past, Mater Salvatoris School equips its students for developing their aptitudes in a society where the pursuit of higher learning abroad is an ever more frequent option.
At Mater Salvatoris, English is more than a language. Our students learn grammatical structures and vocabulary but, yet the main aim is for this knowledge to enable them to gain insight into the history and culture of English-speaking countries.
Our School has experience as a Cambridge University learning and examination centre.
HOW TO ACHIEVE THE GOAL
The Department of Foreign Languages of the school has developed different ways of learning to make this language a true vehicle language. Some of the projects that the College carries out for this purpose are the following:
Through games, songs and rhymes, Pre-School students acquire vocabulary naturally and progressively. At the end of this stage, children are able to formulate and understand short sentences.
At this level, we continue to make progress in learning English. In addition to English classes, Natural Science, Drama and ICT (Information and Communication Technology) are taught in English to help students acquire this second language naturally and spontaneously.
In their Primary School years, students take two official Cambridge University exams:
To enhance learning as much as possible and ensure that students receive the necessary attention, Secondary School classes consist of smaller groups formed according to their level.
Students begin to obtain a mastery of the language at this level. In class, they continue to fine-tune their knowledge in order to develop their language and communication skills.
At this level, students can take the Cambridge University exams: