At an international preschool, Superepion, students are totally immersed in English speaking environment. Children are learning foreign cultures by placing games, eating, singing and having fun through various activities.

Japanese target:6 months ~3rd grade at primary school

comments from the parents

-Interview 01-

What is your impression of Superepion after actually attending class?

The staff are always willing to communicate with parents intimately. Of course they tell us about the lessons, but they also tell us about things that happen while the kids are at Superepion, like how they're getting along with their friends, and their personalities. So it's very easy to understand my children's growth. I really feel like they are able to watch each and every one of the kids properly.

How about the lesson?

I can see that they're learning the proper native pronunciation rather than the Japanese pronunciation, which is something they can only learn at a young age. I like that they're implementing a wide variety of appealing materials in to the lessons so that it's easier for the kids to concentrate. I find it very efficient that they only speak English during free play time as well so that the children are exposed to everyday English words.

Have there been any changes in your daily life since starting to attend Superepion?

It has been two years since my oldest daughter started attending Superepion, and her English has been improving a lot. I feel like she was mainly "learning" English the first year, but since in her second year she has gotten to the point where she is "using "English. She has started to do the activities that are repeated in class at home as well

Do you have any goals that you would want your children to reach in order for their English to improve?

My youngest daughter will often copy the English words that her sister says. I am very excited to see both of them speak and play together while using English more and more. I would like them to learn English not so much for the purpose fo passing exams, but to benefit their lives in the future.

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