Why should they learn Malayalam?

A child connects to his parents, family, relatives, culture, history, identity and religion through his mother tongue. Native language links the child with the culture of the society the child comes from and shapes his identity. A lot of children from immigrant families, who don’t know their native language well, are at a crossroads of identity crisis. When a child doesn’t know their language well, we cannot say that he or she will be nurtured with the culture properly for the fact that the relationship between language and culture is deeply rooted. Mother tongue is one of the most powerful tools used to preserve and convey culture and cultural ties. So let us encourage our children to learn Malayalam. Keeping mother tongue in a foreign country does not happen spontaneously. Instead, it is an achievement that requires commitment and determination, especially from the family. Parents must establish a strong home language policy and make consistent efforts to help their children develop good literacy skills in their first language.

Class timing

Saturdays: 10:30am – 11:30am


Principal: Ms.Annamma Sebastian | Ph: 248-422-5360

Vice Principal: Ms.Lincy Joby | Ph: 443-812-0122

Secretary: Mr. Thomas Vithayathil | Ph: 443-813-6971

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