Since 2003, Language Matters’ IB teachers have delivered the IB languages component in a highly engaged and professional process for participating schools and achieved outstanding results – ranging from IB A language and literature and IB B to IB Ab Initio language acquisition.
IB schools are committed to extending access to an IB education for students from a variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds. When the language of choice is not supported by the school, Language Matters delivers all aspects of the IB languages curriculum on campus to students of IB MYP and IB DP.
As part of the IB DP, students can select writing their Extended Essay in the target language and receive support and mentorship through Language Matters’ EE supervisors.
The IB language component is taught during school hours and classes are implemented into the students’ regular timetable as our affiliated IB schools endorse on-campus tuition by Language Matters’ external teachers.
The IB languages subject delivery necessitates internal as well as external assessments and we closely liaise with the schools’ IB coordinators and the IB administrators to ensure all requirements set by the IBO are met so as to archive optimal learning outcomes for students to reach their full potential in the target language, resulting in best possible grades.
Internal assessments as well as externally assessed coursework are set and submitted to the school’s IB coordinator as per IBO regulations within the school’s internal timeframe.
All of Language Matters’ IB teachers are qualified native speakers with extensive experience in teaching the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP).