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Advantages and disadvantages of language schools

Pros and cons of schools teaching in a foreign language

Many parents consider sending their children to private schools where an international or bilingual program is used. This decision requires a lot of thought—both about what the school offers, as well as about the individual predispositions of your child.

Education is a very important factor in the development of your child, and thus choosing the right school is paramount. A poor choice can later affect the well-being of your child, and thus you should try to avoid it at all costs.  continue reading...

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Language skills are nowadays crucial for achieving professional success. Poland is a member state of the European Union and young people have unlimited possibilities for both education and employment in all the EU countries. But it’s necessary to know foreign languages, especially English.

You can choose, among others, from numerous international and bilingual schools at all stages of education, including preschool, primary school, and high school. What are the pros and cons of different types of schools which offer language instruction?

International schools



The downside of international education may be the effort required to learn new languages, cultures, etc. Especially at the beginning, this can cause some problems. If you want education to be easier for your child, make sure you help them through these adjustments. If you speak the foreign language taught in the school, try to use it at home to further enhance immersion in it.

Bilingual schools



Education with a focus on languages: ​​a good idea?

Language education is certainly a good idea, but before you decide on it, it’s worth carefully analyzing your situation, the characteristics of your child, as well as the goals you want to achieve by choosing a specific model of education. In some cases, it may be better to choose a regular private or public school and an additional English course. Make sure you consider all your options.

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