ACACIA international preschool & Nursery
Multilingualism is child’s play
Multilingual Nursery & International Preschool
At ACACIA international preschool and Nursery, we aim to provide children with the foundation for future success.
Our Multilingual Educational Approach offers a high-quality education in a creative and stimulating environment. With a team of qualified teachers, we nurture and motivate each child, creating a safe and happy second home for them.
In fact, at ACACIA, we believe we are more than just a school. We strive to create a second home for your children, where they can feel supported and encouraged to learn and grow.
With our focus on creating a personalized learning experience, we hope to inspire a lifelong love of learning in each child.
Why Choose ACACIA?
Multilingualism, Diversity, Integrity
ACACIA’s Educational Philosophy revolves around Early Multilingualism, Love of Learning, Diversity, and Integrity. We inspire a curiosity for learning in each child, guiding them on a journey of self-discovery through child-led, play-based curriculum.
Our holistic approach incorporates research-based pedagogies, allowing us to create a tailored learning experience for each child’s unique needs. Our teaching method is inspired by the Montessori approach, which emphasizes the connection between hand and mind.
By using this approach, we aim to create an immersive learning environment that engages all of the senses, fostering deep learning and understanding. Ultimately, our goal is to instill a love of learning in each child that will last a lifetime.
Our youngest, Arthur, joined ACACIA at just 1 year of age. He was warmly welcomed into this bilingual family school. ACACIA combines the benefits of nurseries our older children attended in France which gently transition into kindergarten, whilst also providing a solid second language without much effort for the child. Arthur did many activities, sang songs, participated in numerous shows, went on school trips, and did not stop smiling for 4 years!
After a year and a half of bilingual nursery school in ACACIA, Matthieu continued to K1 and he loved it! In addition to speaking and learning English, he discovered another way of learning a culture different from his own. With his pleasant experience at ACACIA, he is now at ease with non-French speakers and has no qualms about expressing himself in another language (even if it is not English!).
Samuel was one of the first and youngest students (joined at 18 months) at ACACIA. With his positive previous experience, it was clear for us that he should continue his journey in this school when he turned 3. Even though we had to return to France during his K1 school year, Samuel has perfectly integrated the French curriculum in his studies. Today, he is developing a particular interest in English, and his accent is much better than mine