Young Learner English Course


Young Learner English Courses

Our mission is to ensure all our children feel safe, happy, fulfilled and challenged in a caring, stimulating and supportive environment which aims to cater for each childs individual needs and develop a love for learning.

All of our programs teach language learning through play and games; classes are taught in such a way that children see language learning as a fun extra-curricular activity, rather than something they have to do.

View our various course listings, find out more information about the different levels, and learn how to get started below …

Young Learner English CourseSign up anytime, simply Contact Us today.

All of our young learner classes are intended to help students of every level to learn to speak English confidently. Overall components are designed with the following situations in mind:

To help children from as young as 2 years old learn and make English their native language

For children with little or no English skills to eventually progress through all of our levels to master the language

To help high school students understand classes taught in English at their regular school and to provide tutoring to help them complete and understand English homework assignments

Young Learner Level ChartSign up anytime, simply Contact Us today.

Level 1 False Beginner:
Has studied English before, but cannot converse, read or write

Level 2 False Beginner:
Knows some words in English, but cannot converse, read or write

Level 3-9 Elementary:
Student applies phonics taught in Levels 1-4 to learning the alphabet, sounds and eventually words. Short sentences now possible.

Level 10-12 Intermediate:
Child is able to make longer sentences, read and write. Option is now available to write the Cambridge Young Learners Exam (ESOL).

Level 13 + Advanced:
Child now has a firm foundation and can handle more advanced textbooks, writing, vocabulary, speech and others.

Levels Level Goals
Social Children can interact with other children using English.
Conversation Basic questions (What is this?) From words to sentences.
Conceptual Thinking Intellectual curiosity, object permanence.
Total Physical Response Connecting words with actions through play activity and responses to stimuli.
Logical Thinking Numbers, shapes, colors, competent problem solving.