With English as the main language of daily communication and subject teaching in the first cycles, we encourage learning and communication skills in all three languages as they progress and reach higher levels.

At this age, children develop their abilities to communicate more effectively, think logically, become aware of the social and cultural environment around them, and interact independently. In short, they establish the basis for the more significant part of their learning.

This stage encourages children to learn what they need in life and integrate into society critically and creatively. Such learning will be more effective if the process is motivating and rewarding.

During primary education, children also begin to appreciate the importance of the system of values for life and coexistence and act under them through experimentation and application in one’s life.