Writing

Cambridge Young Learners English

Cambridge Young Learners English

Cambridge Young Learners English

Cambridge Young Learners English is a series of fun, motivating English language tests, suitable for children in kindergarten and primary education. There are three activity-based tests – Starters, Movers and Flyers. This gives students a clear path to improve in English. The courses to prepare for the YLE tests cover all four skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking in a fun and supportive learning environment. Read More

Critical Reading and Writing

Critical Reading and Writing

Critical Reading and Writing

Critical reading and writing course is a reader-based literature course designed by our tutors (Cambridge University graduates). The goal of the course is to nurture students’ critical thinking ability and enable them to tackle unfamiliar problems with their existing knowledge, logic and rationality. It is tailor-designed for top school students such as DGJS, and those who would like their English proficiency to reach the level… Read More

Love to Write

Love to Write

Love to Write

Unleash creativity, learn to write in various genres and be an author! To teach children how to write and how to express their ideas and emotions is such a joy for both teachers and students. With basic skills in writing, students will learn to express themselves in a rich variety of creative and practical ways. Through various genres and tones we aim to provide different… Read More

Mastering Reading Skills

Mastering Reading Skills

Mastering Reading Skills

Develop a reading habit for life! Fun and engaging books form the basis of this course. Students will learn to love reading, and to use stories to inspire their own writing. The course also helps students to develop summarising skills, analytical skills, as well as writing skills. Read More

Pre-School English

Pre-School English

Pre-School English

Our pre-school courses nurture a child’s inborn curiosity and excitement in learning. Children would gradually develop their abilities and skills in phonics, reading and writing, alongside a blooming creativity and imagination. Introduction Kindergarten, a word invented by famous German educator Froebel, means play and activities. Froebel believed in the unique needs of pre-school students. The importance of play and well-designed activities has been advocated by… Read More