Italian, in all its splendour, offers children unique possibilities and invaluable benefits. Don’t miss the extraordinary opportunity to enrich your child’s life with Italian language and culture. Marco Polo – The Italian School of Sydney is thrilled to welcome primary school children (Year 4 to Year 6) to weekly classes starting from Tuesday, 25 July 2023, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm at Bossley Park.
Discover a world of cultural enrichment, cognitive growth, and international connections through the captivating journey of learning Italian. Enrol your child now at www.cnansw.org.au/marcopolo and set them on a path towards a brighter, more interconnected future.
Italian, often celebrated as the language of art, music, and romance, boasts a cultural heritage dating back to the Roman Empire and the Renaissance. Today, it stands as Italy’s official language and is spoken by millions worldwide, making it a truly global language with boundless opportunities for your child’s growth.
Learning Italian becomes an adventure into the treasures of Italian literature, art, and music. Children encounter the brilliance of Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Dante Alighieri, fostering a deep appreciation for creativity and history. As they immerse themselves in the language, cultural openness and empathy naturally emerge.
“Language is the key that unlocks the door to a world of endless possibilities. At Marco Polo, we like to embrace the beauty of Italian, and watch as our students’ horizons expand, their minds blossom, and their hearts connect with the richness of our cultural heritage,” said Bruno Lopreiato, President of Marco Polo – The Italian School of Sydney.
Numerous studies have also shown that learning a second language at a young age enhances cognitive development. Italian’s phonetic nature and rich vocabulary challenge young minds, stimulating problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and memory retention.
Studying Italian also positively impacts your child’s overall language learning abilities. It helps them grasp grammatical concepts more easily and improves their understanding of English grammar as well. Early exposure to multiple languages lays a strong foundation for lifelong language learning, an invaluable asset in our diverse world.
For children with Italian heritage, learning the language connects them with their roots, heritage, and extended family. It preserves family traditions and empowers their cultural identity, ensuring that rich knowledge is passed down to future generations.