Three years since Learners’ Ville CdeO opened its doors to young learners, the center has become one of the most trusted partners of parents for their kids’ early stages of education. With its up-to-date learning technique and tools, the management ensures that their teachers are fully equipped in assisting the students’ numerical, language, cognitive, self-help, and social-emotional skills. Their advocacy is to nurture the children’s learning competencies while constantly living up to the promise of innovation and quality education.
In these trying times of crisis and pandemic, LV Family ventures forth in offering quality education through the virtual classroom online learning. This mode of delivery allows kids to study at the comfort of their homes with the opportunity to be guided and assisted by their parents or guardian. It does not only assures safety and security, but is also effective in maximizing virtual connectivity since these learners are digital natives themselves. This type of set-up is being followed in its ongoing summer class offerings and shall continuously be done for the incoming academic year 2020-2021 for learners 2 years old – 4 years old. It’s expected to commence this 17th of August 2020, and enrollment is ongoing.
Aside from the regular classes, they also offer these services, custom-fit for the age bracket where your child belongs:
- Reading Program (Orton Gillingham Approach) – for 5 to 12 years old
- After-school Tutorial (Online) – for 5 to 10 years old
In a fast-changing world, it is comforting to find a safe haven for children – a place where they can be themselves, have fun while learning, develop their potential, and grow while gearing up for life’s challenges ahead of them. Though the physical classroom set-up used to be the venue of learning, shifting to online has been made more promising through the teachers’ efforts. They attended an intensive Photoshop Class for their visual aids and presentations, as well as review courses for language literacy to enhance their communication skills.
Operations Manager Angelyn P. Duran believes that it is through their genuine commitment and passion that they are able to encompass the values of interrelations, good judgment, and continuous development for their learners. “Our young learners deserve an abode where they can grow holistically, rooted in the zeal to succeed. Home is not the physical venue but the relationship and trust founded between the members of the family. We treat our learners our family as well.”
Despite the challenges of the world, Learners’ Ville remains true to their daily mantra: “learn and play, the panda way”!
For inquiries, you may visit their official Facebook Page- Learners’ Ville CdeO or contact them through this number: 0917-881-1818.