Multilingualism is a great advantage for a child and the adult he will become.
However, a child may lose his/her native language when exposed intensively to the local language spoken in the country he/she lives. He then loses not only the advantages of bilingualism, and also a big part of his/her culture.
Through playful sessions of 45 minutes, language is strengthened on different levels (vocabulary, syntax) in order to preserve multingualism.
If bilingualism has many advantages, bi-literacy is a great asset.
Characteristics of the french language are taught so that the child can access to french literacy.
Different aspects of the written language are taught : spelling, grammar, reading comprehension, etc. according to the child's needs.