The children at Villa Luna learn English playfully and without pressure as a part of their everyday life, just as in first-language acquisition. Being bilingual enables children to express themselves in two languages and strengthens their language skills. Whether children already speak English or will learn it as a new language makes no difference.
Native speakers and bilingual staff speak only English with the children in their groups, allowing them to gain the desired bilingual skills. These staff members teach the children their language, as well as a cultural awareness for their home countries, encouraging the children’s open-mindedness and tolerance.