Language is a tool for conveying feelings, exchanging ideas and experiences with other people, the key to the development of students on a social, emotional and cognitive level. Kazakhstan has a unique policy of trilingualism aimed at the development of three languages by Kazakhstanis at once: Kazakh, Russian and English. For a modern citizen of Kazakhstan, knowledge of three languages is a prerequisite for their own well–being.
In college, students have the opportunity to learn several languages, develop and maintain their native language. Learning languages opens up access to different cultures and perspectives, enriches students' personal development and promotes international understanding.
The main task of the Meridian Club is to develop students' interest in learning languages and skills of practical use of the acquired knowledge in speech.
By visiting the club, elementary school students can study the ethnic characteristics and traditions of the Kazakh people, the peoples living in Kazakhstan, the culture of England, which contributes to the multicultural development of personality.
Students of grades 5-11 have the opportunity to study an additional second foreign language in the elective format. As a rule, these are students who plan to continue their education abroad, or foreign students who, while studying in Kazakhstan, strive to maintain their native language. (see the Language Policy of the college).