Students from the Domingo Santa María school are certified in English with the University of Cambridge – Elquiglobal

Students from the Domingo Santa María school are certified in English with the University of Cambridge – Elquiglobal
Students from the Domingo Santa María school are certified in English with the University of Cambridge – Elquiglobal

After 9 months of classes, the participants learned to write, understand, listen and speak one of the most used languages ​​in the world.

With great satisfaction, 30 students from the Domingo Santa María de Vicuña school were certified in the English language by the University of Cambridge in England. An important milestone that culminated with a ceremony in which the participants received their diplomas, accompanied by the establishment’s educational community and authorities such as Mayor Rafael Vera Castillo and Councilor Rodrigo Alcayaga Rojas.

There were 9 months of additional classes to their daily curricular activities, which allowed them to learn to write, understand, listen and speak one of the most used languages ​​in the world.

Antonia Saavedra Rojas is in seventh grade and referred to her experience. “I learned to speak English, I began to pronounce better and understand how to translate” said.

The young woman recommends having more knowledge about English since “It’s fun and you have a new language you can use.”

Elizabeth Pérez is the guardian of Alanis, from the third medium ‘B’, and Maximiliano, from the eighth basic ‘B’, young students who managed to get certified in the course. In this regard, her mother pointed out “For me it is important because it means contributing to the study of a better future for our children (…) I think the initiative that the school does is great because it is an ‘opener of doors’ for them.”

Courses supported by Cambridge, one of the most prominent universities in Europe. Bilingual guideline that the Elquino school has adopted several years ago and that they see as an important contribution to the educational and personal development of their students.

This was highlighted by Ruperto Pizarro Leyton, director of the educational establishment, who indicated “We feel very proud and excited about the opportunity that our students have to be certified by a university in England such as Cambridge, we are happy for their achievements and their progress in the acquisition of the English language.”

Meanwhile, Mayor Rafael Vera valued the efforts of the students of the commune to take on challenges for their future. “The successes of our children are the successes of all of us, we feel happy and clearly the Domingo Santa María school shows us that it has followed a good path, in 2019 its students are being certified in the English language, a language that is transcendental (…) on several occasions we have been accompanying the educational community, this is a subsidized private school, not a municipal one, but the children are from our commune and when they invite us we always try to be there” he stressed.

For his part, councilor Rodrigo Alcayaga stated that “English is a universal language, to the countries we travel and to where our children and young people from Vicuña travel are going to have to take it with them, so it is very important, especially in tourism, we are a tourist commune and we must advance in “This and this is a great effort on the part of our students and the school.”

 
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