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Chinese Project


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The Chinese project started at Chatterbox many years ago. At the beginning we offered extra courses after school to those children who wished to participate. After testing how fast these young students could learn and how enthusiastic they were about this new language, we decided to put it as part of our curriculum, thus inserting the lessons in the normal school hours.


We'll miss you!


A heartwarming goodbye message from one of our Chatterbox families 💕

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What's a fundamental requirement to enroll in Chatterbox?


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Every year we receive many requests from parents of 5 years old children onwards who would like to be enrolled in our Reception year (the last year of Playschool) or in Year 1, which corresponds to the first year of Primary school in Italy.

Very often we find it hard to accept these requests as our pupils, in order to settle into one of our classes, need to...

OPEN DAY - Nursery from 18 months and Playschool in English!


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You've thought about how nice it would be to give your child the opportunity of becoming bilingual, but you have some doubts that you would like to clarify?
You've heard of Chatterbox, but have never been able to see the school in person?
Have you ever wondered what kind of every day activities are offered to children who are fully immersed in an English-speaking environment?

Here's the chance to find out!

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A special exam for our Year 6 students


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📝 In the British school system Year 6 is the last year of the Primary school and the Cambridge International schools assess learners at the end of the programme through a Checkpoint test.

Our Year 6 class is taking the test for English and Science this week, that will then be marked in Cambridge. 💯

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Bilingualism in children


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What are the advantages and disadvantages of bilingualism? Are there more pros than cons in raising a bilingual child? Is it true that children who are exposed to more than one language will grow up confused and will have speech issues?