Our evaluation process focuses on the five major language skills: Reading, Writing, Use of English, Listening and Speaking. These skills are assessed separately in many different situations which reflect the diversity of circumstances in which a language is used. The written skills (Reading, Writing, Use of English and Listening) are evaluated in more formal tests, as well as in other activities such as creative writing, literary analysis or listening to various forms of media. The speaking skill is evaluated with oral presentations, role-plays, class debates, discussions and a myriad of other activities which simulate situations from our daily lives.
Besides the evaluation carried out in the classroom by our teachers, our pupils also undergo the University of Cambridge Exams which also test these five skills. Starting from grade 3 with the Young Learners Exams, all the way to the Certificate of Proficiency in English in Secondary School, our pupils can certify their level of English with a qualification that is internationally recognized.
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