Intensive English Programme (Elementary and Pre-Intermediate)
This is a modular English course designed to prepare students for academic studies and professional work in English. The course is flexible, offering learners a choice of modules and course duration. Using motivating, current and true-to-life topics such as jobs, sports, and travel to gain the learners’ interest and participation, each module is stimulating and engaging.
Both modules focus on different skill areas of language development and are separated into:
- Reading, Speaking, and Study Skills
- Reading, Writing, and Study Skills
Interactive Reading (Ages 6-8, 8-10 & 10-12)
Using a blend of popular culture, science, and classic literature, this programme aims to engage students and nurture a tangible understanding of the joys and benefits that reading can provide.
Drawing inspiration from classic children’s titles, each level provides learners with the skills and ability to identify the cross-curricular relevance which is implicit to all literature, enabling them to think outside the box.
Little Phonics Explorer (Ages 4-6)
The Little Phonics Explorer programme explores the world of phonics in an exciting and enjoyable multisensory manner. Using stories, music and movement, as well as games and crafts, it endeavours to inculcate a love for the written word in the early years. The programme aims to be an introductory tool for the learning of phonics and early writing skills. Designed for 4-6 year olds, it will also serve as a springboard to learning English for the very young learner.
Public Speaking (Ages 12-15 & 16-18)
This multimedia programme is designed to introduce and perfect the skills required for effective public speaking. Through the use of audio and video materials combined with interactive group work, it covers areas such as preparation and planning, confidence, vocalisation, body language, and facial expressions. It also equips learners with the tools to conduct effective self-evaluation as well as the ability to offer constructive criticism.