We gave him two years ago our daughter who did not speak a word of English, we are french. Miss Dies took her under his wing, and has helped to learn a new language. Thanks to his mistress, our daughter after 6 months spoke very good English, and 1 year, our daughter caught his delay, and today it has the same level as his friends.
A big thank you Miss Dies, which was a great support, it took time for us. When we had questions, she was responding to it, even late at night or on weekends. It is a devoted mistress, and we are very happy that our daughter is in the class of Miss Dies.
We noticed a very high efficiency in teaching and in the compétance teachers. We have seen the results of our daughter. In six months our daughter spoke English properly, it is part of the best in its class, Miss Dies has a fair education and helps each student's progress.
Coming from France, or the students have a lot of duty at home, we have been surprised, even worried about the little duty she had to do at home. But after having talks with his mistress, and after seeing the results, we are now on, this is the ideal amount of duty it takes.
We saw our daughter to be more attentive to others, be saddened by the fate of autruit. She even cry when she sees a person sleeping on the street. She wants to help these people and bring them a little heat, and it is through the teaching of the school where she is.
Our daughter is the only one in her small French school. Upon arrival she did not speak English. But that did not prevent the school to accept our daughter.
We have a huge appreciation for this school and its director, they help us, especially our daughter sustained. A big thank you, it's a great school, which cares for children who made the move. I recommend this school, and I am very glad I brought our daughter.
Our child went to this school for 2 years and we weren't at all happy with it. While the looping of the teachers might be a good thing if you have a great teacher...it isn't when you're stuck with a horrible one. Our child had a teacher who we felt had little interest in teaching and had no idea how to speak/handle children. I was at the school on several occasions and the teacher was often texting on her phone while the children were at recess so it was no surprise when our son had an accident which required an er visit. I also sat in the class for half a day and her cell phone rang while she was teaching class I have no doubt that had I not been present she would have taken the call. Homework was never assigned and our child was very behind when we transferred out.