Lucy Durance, Coordinator of English in Infants and Primary, explains the implementation of Trinity Stars in Agora Lledó in a video for the Trinity Blog
The Trinity College London Blog interviewed Lucy Durance, Coordinator of English in Infants and Primary School – Agora Lledó, on the educational model Trinity Stars. In the interview, Lucy explains how she discovered the Trinity Stars program and how she incorporated it into the educational structure of Agora Lledó International School. It highlights the great value it has for the little ones, who become familiar with the English language through stories, theatre and music, and underlines the role of the external examiner, which is an extraordinary motivation for the students.
“Trinty Stars: Young Interpreters in English” is a program of Trinity College London that promotes the teaching and learning of English through theatre, music and acting. It is a group effort for children from 3 to 12 years old with which children learn to use English using songs, poems, stories and short works, which represent the Trinity Stars expert.
Trinity Stars is part of the educational offer of Trinity College London, a British educational foundation unique in its range of exams covering all areas of communication. For 40 years, Trinity has been working in Spain through its Approved Service Provider program, of which Agora Lledó International School is part. Through this program, the foundation offers official English certifications for students and teachers, which are evaluated in person with a Trinity expert.