Alvernia School currently has a progressive Bilingual Model that began to take shape in 2015 and was put into practice in 2016, hand in hand with the incursion of male students, since it is worth remembering that our school has a long tradition of academic excellence. in the education of ladies.
We offer a National Bilingualism program, protected by the legal provisions for its approval, with seven hours of foreign language study through the Communication and Intercultural World Field; where we have certified teachers in language teaching with level C1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference.
We have two fields of knowledge in English, to reach the National Bilingualism criteria of 17 hours per week:
- Five hours of study of nature, science and the environment through the field of Natural World and Environmental Responsibility, where we have teachers with extensive experience in the field and in the school, as well as bilingual Graduates in Physics and Chemistry.
- Five hours of study of mathematics and its application, in the field of Thinking and Communicating in Mathematics, where we also have teachers trained in the Singapore methodology and also graduates in bilingual Mathematics.
Currently we are advancing our project in seventh grade, with excellent results at the language level, since we are accredited with A2, building the B1 to move to Eighth. We manage the presentation of international TOEFL Primary exams in Fifth Grade, to generate discipline in the study of the language and to have accurate and updated information regarding the progress of our students.
We have certified teachers both in language teaching and in their level, given that each year they present international tests that ratify the quality of the staff that accompanies our students.
We are committed to the learning and training of our students, we want to guarantee their knowledge of the required topics such as language management, which is why we create interdisciplinary spaces with laboratories, astronomy and expert visits that allow us to consolidate knowledge and relate it in the daily context in which our students live.