You are planning on moving abroad with your family in the near future, or, you have already been living abroad, as an expat for instance, for quite a while. You will then have to make important decisions in terms of your child’s education. In general, the school language will be English. And while you probably often speak Dutch (or any other home language) with your child, it is often not sufficient to maintain that home language or further develop it into a certain academic level. One third of all children that emigrate return to the Netherlands or Flanders within five years. An important advantage of continuing to develop in the home language is that it is easier for children to return to education in the country of origin.
For over 30 years, LanguageOne has been a leading international organisation that offers high-quality language and culture education to children who grow up abroad. We provide Dutch Language and Culture classes to children aged 2½ to 18 who live abroad (temporarily or permanently).
Our students grow up in a very rich environment, in which they are raised bilingual or multilingual and come into contact with many different cultures.
LanguageOne has schools in the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi, Dubai), Doha (Qatar), Muscat (Oman), Hong Kong, Shanghai-Suzhou (China), Singapore (Singapore), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and Perth (Australia). Our distance learning programmes are the perfect solution for students who live far from a LanguageOne school.