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After School Enrichment Programmes
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After School Enrichment Programmes

We offer a wide range of Enrichment Programmes in the afternoon. These programmes are carefully selected from service providers whom are aligned with our core beliefs in education and learning.

Speech and Drama by THINKTHOTS

Thursday: 4a – 415 pm to 515 pm / 4b – 515 pm to 615 pm
Friday: 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Age: 4 – 6 Year Old
Class Size: Max 10 children per class, with 1 teacher

Speech & Drama is a great outlet for young learners to express themselves with confidence, explore their imaginations and present their ideas and opinions within a safe and positive learning environment. It has proven to help boosting self-confidence and creativity while encouraging strong communication skills. These skills are vital and applicable in their everyday lives, both as a child and certainly as an adult too in the future.

THINKTHOTS – Self Confidence Through Art & Play

ThinkThots is born out of passion to encourage people to express themselves more clearly and effectively. We believe in developing self confidence through art and play. These life skills are important and transferable to our everyday lives at home, at school and in the workplace.

GENIOart

AV+S (Age 6 years old): Wednesday 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Play2Learn (Age 4 to 5 years old): – Tuesday 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Class Size: Max 8 children per class, with 1 teacher

GENIOart doesn’t teach a child how to draw. Instead, it gives children all the possibility to imagine and based on their own free will, draw something of their imagination and visualisation. The lessons are designed for children to make use of his imaginary squiggling, to train his ability to think in terms of shapes and to develop the right side of the hemisphere of his brain. The classes are usually begun with story telling and role-playing which then lead to children putting down the story in their own way on the paper.

Their output – the artworks are then a reflection of the children’s emotional state at that time and could help the adults to tap into their brain, understanding the brain dominance of a child, his/her talents, intelligence, capabilities and to better understand the child’s best way of learning.

Creative Movement, by Dancing Art Solutions

Friday: 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Class Size: Max 10 children per class, with 1 teacher

Songs and dance are essential for children’s development. Through dance, children develop a greater range of movement whilst developing the ability to work within different spaces, improves co-ordination, and at the same time develop strength and endurance from an early age.
Our creative movement class incorporates different types of dances from modern dance, Latin, Hip-Hop and Jazz to movements that celebrate unique ethnic and cultural traditions. From this class, children get to learn many fun and upbeat combinations, which were designed to increase their ability to learn movement combinations quickly.

English Phonics and Reading Class

Friday: 1:45 – 2:45 pm
Age: 5 and 6 years old
Class Size: Max 8 children per class, with 1 teacher

The main purpose of this class is to help children who are weaker in Phonics/Reading to establish a good foundation in this area. Class will be conducted according to the level of the child, hence the small ratio.

Priority will be given to existing students and children whom need extra help to catch up with main lessons in school.

Mandarin Enrichment

Level 1 (4 Years Old or Beginner Level)
Thursday: 1:45 – 2:45 pm
Class Size: Max 8 children per class, with 1 teacher

Level 2 (5 Years Old or Intermediate Level)
Wednesday: 1:45 – 2:45 pm
Class Size: Max 8 children per class, with 1 teacher

Level 3 (6 Years Old or Advanced Level)
Monday & Thursday: 1:45 – 2:45 pm
Class Size: Max 10 children per class, with 1 teacher

This program emphasizes on three key main components: exposure, experience and engagement. We are using thematic approach coupled with engaging activities with the aim to make the learning experience fun. The activities include games, story telling, and writing, all of which are to prepare your child in the four main areas of language learning – Speaking; Listening; Reading; Writing In a fun and enjoyable process.