YM Levelled Reading Program

The philosphy behind the bilingual program is to allow children to read and write competently in their own language before making them attempt another second language which they will be less familiar with. In this case the second language is English, and the children officially learn to read and write in this language in Year 4.

Our culture, our traditions, our language are
the foundations upon which we build our identity.

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