Programmes

Primary Programmes

  • Overview
  • Primary 1
  • Primary 2
  • Primary 3
  • Primary 4
  • Primary 5
  • Primary 6

Our Primary curriculum is specially designed by a team of experienced educators, and approved by the MOE. Our Programmes supplement the local school syllabus and offer a unique opportunity to improve a child’s command of both spoken and written Chinese. We constantly develop and update our curriculum in order to keep abreast of new MOE syllabus and guidelines.

 

Our Primary 1 Enrichment programme provides a more rounded education for P1 students to overcome challenges in learning Chinese at school and to achieve better grades. It supplements the local P1 syllabus and offer a unique opportunity to improve a child’s command of both spoken and written Chinese. We constantly develop and update our P1 curriculum in order to keep abreast of new MOE syllabus and guidelines.
Primary 1 Enrichment

Content & Objective

  • Complement the MOE school syllabus.
  • Emphasise on vocabulary building, word recognition and sentence construction.
  • Practise regularly on comprehension, the main component of the syllabus.
  • Pick up examination skills through regular tests, revisions and mock examinations.
  • Learn how to perform well during oral and listening comprehension examinations through guidance lessons.
  • Spelling to deepen the students’ impression on characters and vocabulary learnt previously.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand local school’s requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Advance teaching of the required chapters of the school syllabus so that students will have an in-depth understanding when they re-visit school materials.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through spelling, practices, monthly revision tests, and mock examinations.
  • Extra lessons for examination preparation.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Our Primary 2 programmes supplement the local P2 syllabus and offer a unique opportunity to improve a child’s command of both spoken and written Chinese. We constantly develop and update our P2 curriculum in order to keep abreast of new MOE syllabus and guidelines.
Primary 2 Enrichment

Our Primary 2 Enrichment Programme provides a more rounded education for P2 students to overcome challenges in learning Chinese at school and to achieve better grades. Our familiarity with the MOE syllabus and continual updates of our curriculum are the programme’s key strengths.

Content & Objective

  • Complement the MOE school syllabus.
  • Emphasise on vocabulary building, word recognition and sentence construction.
  • Practise regularly on comprehension, the main component of the syllabus.
  • Pick up examination skills through regular tests, revisions and mock examinations.
  • Learn how to perform well during oral and listening comprehension examinations through guidance lessons.
  • Spelling to deepen the students’ impression on characters and vocabulary learnt previously.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand local school’s requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Advance teaching of the required chapters of the school syllabus so that students will have an in-depth understanding when they re-visit school materials.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through spelling, practices, monthly revision tests, and mock examinations.
  • Extra lessons for examination preparation.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Primary 2 Writing & Oral

“Young” Primary 2 writers often find the 200-character requirements of compositions overwhelming. Our P2 Writing & Oral Programme helps to increase their confidence in essay writing and oral skills. This is accomplished by grouping them to their educational levels for better learning, expanding their vocabulary with new words from and beyond textbooks, and teaching them organising and writing skills. Reflecting our belief in “practice makes perfect”, every student has to submit a composition almost every week.

Content

  • Enrich the compositions by using carefully chosen words and phrases.
  • Learn to avoid common mistakes in sentence construction.
  • Participate in brainstorming sessions for new ideas and different writing styles.
  • Plan, organise and translate thoughts into writing.
  • Explore various writing forms through creative exercises like dialogue reading and picture analysis.
  • Appreciate works of accomplished writers.
  • Practice reading to achieve fluency in mandarin.
  • Acquire skill to hold verbal dialogues with regular discussions on various topics in mandarin.
  • Learn to express one’s thought verbally in mandarin, with introduction & application of day-to-day vocabulary.

Objective

  • Know the important steps in writing a good composition.
  • Learn to construct good sentences and paragraphs.
  • Discover new and different approaches to essay writing.
  • Develop child’s oral skills, through reading, expression & holding of dialogues.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand local schools’ requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • No mixed levels with different emphasis in syllabus.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through weekly composition or oral practices and mock examinations.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Our Primary 3 programmes supplement the local P3 syllabus and offer a unique opportunity to improve a child’s command of both spoken and written Chinese. We constantly develop and update our P3 curriculum in order to keep abreast of new MOE syllabus and guidelines.
Primary 3 Enrichment

Our Primary 3 Enrichment Programme provides a more rounded education for P3 students to overcome challenges in learning Chinese at school and to achieve better grades. Our familiarity with the MOE syllabus and continual updates of our curriculum are the programme’s key strengths.

Content & Objective

  • Complement the MOE school syllabus.
  • Emphasise on vocabulary building, word recognition and sentence construction.
  • Practise regularly on composition and comprehension, the main component of the syllabus.
  • Pick up examination skills through regular tests, revisions and mock examinations.
  • Learn how to perform well during oral and listening comprehension examinations through guidance lessons.
  • Spelling to deepen the students’ impression on characters and vocabulary learnt previously.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand local school’s requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Advance teaching of the required chapters of the school syllabus so that students will have an in-depth understanding when they re-visit school materials.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through spelling, practices, monthly revision tests, and mock examinations.
  • Extra lessons for examination preparation.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Primary 3 Writing & Oral

“Young” Primary 3 writers often find the 200-character requirements of compositions overwhelming. Our P3 Writing & Oral Programme helps to increase their confidence in essay writing and oral skills. This is accomplished by grouping them to their educational levels for better learning, expanding their vocabulary with new words from and beyond textbooks, and teaching them organising and writing skills. Reflecting our belief in “practice makes perfect”, every student has to submit a composition almost every week.

Content

  • Enrich the compositions by using carefully chosen words and phrases.
  • Learn to avoid common mistakes in sentence construction.
  • Participate in brainstorming sessions for new ideas and different writing styles.
  • Plan, organise and translate thoughts into writing.
  • Explore various writing forms through creative exercises like dialogue reading and picture analysis.
  • Appreciate works of accomplished writers.
  • Practice reading to achieve fluency in mandarin.
  • Acquire skill to hold verbal dialogues with regular discussions on various topics in mandarin.
  • Learn to express one’s thought verbally in mandarin, with introduction & application of day-to-day vocabulary.

Objective

  • Know the important steps in writing a good composition.
  • Learn to construct good sentences and paragraphs.
  • Discover new and different approaches to essay writing.
  • Develop child’s oral skills, through reading, expression & holding of dialogues.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand local schools’ requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • No mixed levels with different emphasis in syllabus.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through weekly composition or oral practices and mock examinations.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Our Primary 4 programmes supplement the local P4 syllabus and offer a unique opportunity to improve a child’s command of both spoken and written Chinese. We constantly develop and update our P4 curriculum in order to keep abreast of new MOE syllabus and guidelines.
Primary 4 Enrichment

Our Primary 4 Enrichment Programme provides a more rounded education for P4 students to overcome challenges in learning Chinese at school and to achieve better grades. Our familiarity with the MOE syllabus and continual updates of our curriculum are the programme’s key strengths.

Content & Objective

  • Complement the MOE school syllabus.
  • Emphasise on vocabulary building, word recognition and sentence construction.
  • Practise regularly on composition and comprehension, the main component of the syllabus.
  • Pick up examination skills through regular tests, revisions and mock examinations.
  • Learn how to perform well during oral and listening comprehension examinations through guidance lessons.
  • Spelling to deepen the students’ impression on characters and vocabulary learnt previously.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand local school’s requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Advance teaching of the required chapters of the school syllabus so that students will have an in-depth understanding when they re-visit school materials.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through spelling, practices, monthly revision tests, and mock examinations.
  • Extra lessons for examination preparation.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Primary 4 Writing & Oral

“Young” Primary 4 writers often find the 300-character requirements of compositions overwhelming. Our P4 Writing & Oral Programme helps to increase their confidence in essay writing and oral skills. This is accomplished by grouping them to their educational levels for better learning, expanding their vocabulary with new words from and beyond textbooks, and teaching them organising and writing skills. Reflecting our belief in “practice makes perfect”, every student has to submit a composition almost every week.

Content

  • Enrich the compositions by using carefully chosen words and phrases.
  • Learn to avoid common mistakes in sentence construction.
  • Participate in brainstorming sessions for new ideas and different writing styles.
  • Plan, organise and translate thoughts into writing.
  • Explore various writing forms through creative exercises like dialogue reading and picture analysis.
  • Appreciate works of accomplished writers.
  • Practice reading to achieve fluency in mandarin.
  • Acquire skill to hold verbal dialogues with regular discussions on various topics in mandarin.
  • Learn to express one’s thought verbally in mandarin, with introduction & application of day-to-day vocabulary.

Objective

  • Know the important steps in writing a good composition.
  • Learn to construct good sentences and paragraphs.
  • Discover new and different approaches to essay writing.
  • Develop child’s oral skills, through reading, expression & holding of dialogues.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand local schools’ requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • No mixed levels with different emphasis in syllabus.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through weekly composition or oral practices and mock examinations.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Our Primary 5 programmes supplement the local P5 syllabus and offer a unique opportunity to improve a child’s command of both spoken and written Chinese. We constantly develop and update our P5 curriculum in order to keep abreast of new MOE syllabus and guidelines.
Primary 5 Enrichment

Our Primary 5 Enrichment Programme provides a more rounded education for P5 students to overcome challenges in learning Chinese at school and to achieve better grades. Our familiarity with the MOE syllabus and separate classes for Higher and Primary Chinese are the programme’s key strengths. The programme is constantly updated to follow the latest MOE guidelines and curriculum.

Content & Objective

  • Complement the MOE school syllabus.
  • Emphasise on vocabulary building, word recognition and sentence construction.
  • Practise regularly on composition and comprehension, the main component of the syllabus.
  • Pick up examination skills through regular tests, revisions and mock examinations.
  • Learn how to perform well during oral and listening comprehension examinations through guidance lessons.
  • Spelling to deepen the students’ impression on characters and vocabulary learnt previously.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand local school’s requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Advance teaching of the required chapters of the school syllabus so that students will have an in-depth understanding when they re-visit school materials.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • Separate classes for Higher and Primary Chinese with different syllabus.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through spelling, practices, monthly revision tests, and mock examinations.
  • Extra lessons for examination preparation.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Primary 5 Writing & Oral

“Young” Primary 5 writers often find the 400-character requirements of compositions overwhelming. Our P5 Writing & Oral Programme helps to increase their confidence in essay writing and oral skills. This is accomplished by grouping them to their educational levels for better learning, expanding their vocabulary with new words from and beyond textbooks, and teaching them organising and writing skills. Reflecting our belief in “practice makes perfect”, every student has to submit a composition almost every week.

Content

  • Enrich the compositions by using carefully chosen words and phrases.
  • Learn to avoid common mistakes in sentence construction.
  • Participate in brainstorming sessions for new ideas and different writing styles.
  • Plan, organise and translate thoughts into writing.
  • Explore various writing forms through creative exercises like dialogue reading and picture analysis.
  • Appreciate works of accomplished writers.
  • Practice reading to achieve fluency in mandarin.
  • Acquire skill to hold verbal dialogues with regular discussions on various topics in mandarin.
  • Learn to express one’s thought verbally in mandarin, with introduction & application of day-to-day vocabulary.

Objective

  • Know the important steps in writing a good composition.
  • Learn to construct good sentences and paragraphs.
  • Discover new and different approaches to essay writing.
  • Develop child’s oral skills, through reading, expression & holding of dialogues.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand local schools’ requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • No mixed levels with different emphasis in syllabus.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through weekly composition or oral practices and mock examinations.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Our Primary 6 programmes supplement the local P6 syllabus, with the aim to fully prepare our students for PSLE. We constantly develop and update our P6 curriculum in order to keep abreast of new MOE syllabus and guidelines.
Primary 6 Enrichment

Our Primary 6 Enrichment Programme covers everything under the P6 syllabus with the aim to prepare our students well for PSLE and achieve better grades. Our familiarity with the MOE syllabus and separate classes for Higher and Primary Chinese are the programme’s key strengths. The programme is constantly updated to follow the latest MOE guidelines and PSLE requirements.

Content & Objective

  • Complement the MOE school syllabus.
  • Emphasise on vocabulary building, word recognition and sentence construction.
  • Practise regularly on composition and comprehension, the main component of the syllabus.
  • Pick up examination skills through regular tests, revisions and mock examinations.
  • Learn how to perform well during oral and listening comprehension examinations through guidance lessons.
  • Spelling to deepen the students’ impression on characters and vocabulary learnt previously.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand PSLE requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Advance teaching of the required chapters of the school syllabus so that students will have an in-depth understanding when they re-visit school materials.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • Separate classes for Higher and Primary Chinese with different syllabus.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through spelling, practices, monthly revision tests, and mock examinations.
  • Extra lessons for PSLE preparation.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.
Primary 6 Writing & Oral

Primary 6 writers often find the 500-character requirements of compositions overwhelming. Our P6 Writing & Oral Programme helps to increase their confidence in essay writing and oral skills and prepare them well for PSLE. This is accomplished by expanding their vocabulary with new words beyond textbooks, and teaching them organising and writing skills. Reflecting our belief in “practice makes perfect”, every student has to submit a composition almost every week.

Content

  • Enrich the compositions by using carefully chosen words and phrases.
  • Learn to avoid common mistakes in sentence construction.
  • Participate in brainstorming sessions for new ideas and different writing styles.
  • Plan, organise and translate thoughts into writing.
  • Explore various writing forms through creative exercises like dialogue reading and picture analysis.
  • Appreciate works of accomplished writers.
  • Practice reading to achieve fluency in mandarin.
  • Acquire skill to hold verbal dialogues with regular discussions on various topics in mandarin.
  • Learn to express one’s thought verbally in mandarin, with introduction & application of day-to-day vocabulary.

Objective

  • Know the important steps in writing a good composition.
  • Learn to construct good sentences and paragraphs.
  • Discover new and different approaches to essay writing.
  • Develop child’s oral skills, through reading, expression & holding of dialogues.

Teaching Approach

  • Professional teachers who understand PSLE requirements and communicate well with children.
  • Class participation encouraged through quizzes, discussions, and interaction in small group learning.
  • No mixed levels with different emphasis in syllabus.
  • Frequent evaluation of students through weekly composition or oral practices and mock examinations.
  • End-of-term detailed teacher’s report highlighting your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement.