Join the K-Club! 2017-09-11

We’re excited to announce a new club for kindergarteners – K-Club! Come along for story-telling, drama games and singalongs every Monday at our TST studio. You can even bring along your favourite book for everyone to enjoy! The club will run every Monday morning from 10.10 to 11.10 starti … Read More

Speech Festival Preparation Begins 2017-09-04

At i-Learner, we love the Hong Kong Speech Festival. The start of the school year always sees our classrooms filled with incredible poetry and prose recitals as our students prepare for this exciting competition. We’ve had many students win prizes in the past, and this year’s results should be even b … Read More

i-Learner End-of-Summer Pirate Party 2017-08-17

Date Wednesday 30th August Time 2:30 – 5:30 pm Venue 1/F Trust Tower 68 Johnson Road Wan Chai i-Learner is proud to invite children of all ages to our end-of-summer Pirate Party at our brand new Wan Chai education center. Our fantastic Oxbridge Summer Tutors will be hosting … Read More

Teacher Diaries

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Rachel – Love Speaking 2017-09-20

When it comes to speaking for second language learners, we are often judged by others how well we can speak in terms of fluency and accuracy. Indeed, every English speaker, be it native or foreign, is bound to hesitate at some stages during a conversation. Therefore, I will like to share some tips on … Read More

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Holly – Speaking 2017-09-13

Speeches can be powerful and the most destructive weapon in the world. I would like to take this opportunity to share one of my favourite speeches. It is the well-known “Speech to the Troops at Tilbury” by Queen Elizabeth I. The speech was made at a very critical time before … Read More

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Nicole – Teaching Philosophy 2017-09-09

I think the goal of teaching is not simply to instill knowledge and answers into students’ minds, but to induce them to learn, think and question. There is no absolute truth in the world, so we should encourage students to explore the world actively, develop their critical thinking skills, and … Read More

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