About language and bilingualism

Language acqui­si­tion and lan­guage development/​​promotion are pri­ma­rily inclu­ded in nowa­days edu­ca­tion and are of great impor­t­ance as they can be used as an ele­ment for inte­gra­tion into society, which is the rea­son why, we as an edu­ca­tio­nal insti­tu­tion, con­si­der lan­guage acqui­si­tion an essen­tial sub­ject of our concept.

As tea­chers and spe­cia­lists, we act as daily and con­stant role models for the child­ren, and we under­stand that lan­guage and con­ti­nuous self-reflec­­tion are an essen­tial part of our edu­ca­tio­nal tasks, with the main goal being the crea­tion of a sup­por­tive envi­ron­ment to match the children’s needs tog­e­ther with their indi­vi­dual deve­lo­p­ment pro­cess. 

Our edu­ca­tio­nal insti­tu­tion offers a bilin­gual immer­sion con­cept where the child­ren have con­tact with the English lan­guage as a second lan­guage which enab­les the child­ren from an early age to learn English in a casual way and on a daily basis. 

The English lan­guage is con­sist­ently spo­ken as an ever­y­day lan­guage by spe­ci­fic and per­ma­nent tea­chers, while other tea­chers exclu­si­vely use the German lan­guage to com­mu­ni­cate with the child­ren. As a result, our STUGGIKIDS play­fully learn the first terms and words, both in German and English, through songs, games, books, and other plan­ned lan­­guage-pro­­­mo­­ting activities.

The immer­sion method matches each level of the children’s indi­vi­dual deve­lo­p­ment, from a youn­ger to an older age child, as their main acti­vi­ties through their first years of life is to make new sounds learn new words, sen­ten­ces, and idioms.

Through posi­tive rein­for­ce­ment and repe­ti­tion, we streng­t­hen the joy of spea­king a lan­guage tog­e­ther with the children’s self-confidence.

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