800 million Europeans, 47 countries, each with a different culture and beliefs.
Each of them deserves the same rights, privileges and respect.
It is for this reason that the European Day of Foreign Languages turned into a whole week in our school devoted to the idea of cultural diversity and celebration of the linguistic richness of Europe.
We believe that it is very important for the development of children's awareness, to teach them to understand and respect each person and to ensure their ability and ability to communicate with people from other countries.
In our opinion, nowadays every person should be fluent in a foreign language, and it is best to start learning from an early age, when we are still flexible and learning foreign languages is easier and easier for us.
That is why, for several years, we have been running bilingual classes in our school, in which children have the opportunity to attend classes with native speakers and teachers who conduct classes in English and try to convey to the children that learning a language should, above all, be fun!