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Their smiles need no translation!

Our bilingual Kindergarten: communication and social skills, autonomy, imagination and teachers who inspire students with the love of learning.

After the immersion program in preschool, our Kindergarten naturally evolves into a rich and challenging bilingual program, preparing students for success in first grade, where they will learn how to read and write in French.

Our students who come to Kindergarten with a foundation already set in phonological awareness are challenged with a program that will best fit their needs.
Kindergarten features a full-day curriculum developed in French and English. Instruction is delivered in French (19 hours per week) and in English (6 hours).

While students benefit from a strong academic program, they also develop important social and emotional skills, along with creative thinking and imagination through organized play, music, arts, sports, field trips and participation in many school events.
Children develop pre-reading skills, expand their oral language skills and develop early literacy. Math skills, such as problem solving through the use of logic games and working on quantities and numbers are an important part of the program. Our interactive activities help prepare students for the elementary school years.

The Kindergarten curriculum is divided into five main subject areas:


Utilizing the language in all its dimensions: acquiring oral language skills, discovering the written language through phonics and the letter recognition, as well as developing the fine motor skills necessary to learn cursive writing. We prepare the children to learn to read and to be ready for first grade.


Establishing skills to structure thought: discovering numbers and how to use them to express quantities, understanding logic, exploring forms, and understanding the concepts of measurement and patterns.


Act, express and understand through artistic activities: drawing, practicing decorative graphics, making a composition and creating a 3D work of art. They learn to play with their voice and learn classic rhymes and songs; they explore musical instruments, and use their body to create sounds, as well as improving their ability to listen to sounds and practice performing arts activities.


Act, express and understand through physical activities physically exploring space in reference to performing specific gross motor skills, communicating with others through physical activities with an artistic goal; collaborating, cooperating and opposing in an obstacle course, while adapting to given space and time restraints.


Exploring the world: developing time references, introducing temporal social references, experimenting with spatial concepts, discovering various environments, exploring the living world, using, creating and manipulating objects, and using digital tools, such as a camera, tablet, computer.

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