Courses

Below are our courses click on each heading for the details:

  1. 1.Bright star baby world(8 months to 1.5 years)
    Duration: 1 hour Parent accompanied Cartoon 1Babies are full of curiosity and are eager to learn about the world around them. They are particularly drawn to different colors, shapes, voices and animals. Through the use of music, puppets, games and a variety of stimulating activities, babies learn and develop their mental and physical capabilities in an environment that is fun and enjoyable.
  2. 2.Chinese Word Game (1.5 years to 2.5 years)
    Duration: 1 hour Parent accompanied Cartoon 2Children learn the best through play. Through specially designed games, children learn to recognise Chinese characters quickly and effectively.
  3. 3.Magical Mandarin (2.5 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Unaccompanied Cartoon 3In a fascinating, language-rich environment, children develop a love for Mandarin and learn effectively through play. Through catchy rhymes and songs, little ones establish an interest and motivation to learn Mandarin as a second language. The curriculum will centre around basic concepts such as shapes and colours, size, antonyms, counting from 1 to 10, and classification. from 3 to 6 years old, they will learn an average of  4000 Chinese characters through 4 years of continuous studies. This far exceeds the minimum pre-school requirement of 900 Chinese characters in China.
  4. 4.Whole Brain Play and Learn Programme: (2.5 years and above)
    Duration: 2.5 hours Unaccompanied Cartoon 4A total immersion programme comprising freeplay, Chinese language, mathematics, science, art, music, moral studies, indoor exercises and games.
  5. 5.Drama (3 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Cartoon 1Children love pretend play. Drama is one of the most effective ways of developing language skills and imagination. In a nurturing and warm environment, they are encouraged to use their imagination in an uninibited manner to create stories. This course builds self-confidence and communication skills.
  6. 6.Clay Modelling (3 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Cartoon 2At this age, children love to touch and feel. Clay modelling is an excellent activity for developing creativity, aesthetic sense and fine motor skills.
  7. 7.Calligraphy and Chinese brush Painting (4 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Cartoon 3Calligraphy and Chinese brush Painting is one of the most treasured artistic traditions in China. It encourages children to focus and appreciate Chinese character forms; and at the same time, develop their fine motor skills and dexterity. Through Chinese brush painting, children discover the wide spectrum of colours and develop an appreciation for art. This art form expands a child’s natural inquisitiveness and inspires creativity.
  8. 8.Chinese Paper Cutting and Folding (4 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Unaccompanied Cartoon 4With origins dating back to the 6th century AD, Chinese paper cutting and folding is one of the most popular traditional art forms today. Paper is used to construct people, animals and things in nature. Children develop good hand-eye coordination, creativity, spatial intelligence and an artistic sense through this art form.
  9. 9.Poetry Recitation (4 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Unaccompanied Cartoon 1Poetry has always been held in extremely high regard in Chinese culture. It expresses the most profound emotions and ideas in the most vivid and moving way. Even if they do not understand the meaning and context of poems, children will enjoy poetic rhythm and rhyme. When introduced at an early age, children will cultivate a love for this literary art form and get to experience the feelings and ideas that it evokes.
  10. 10.Chorus Singing (4 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Unaccompanied Cartoon 2Music can cultivate character and nuture the soul. Chorus singing makes children appreciate the beauty and value of the collective, versus the individual. Through songs, they experience the language’s beauty and are thus motivated to master it.
  11. 11.Chinese Folk Dance (4 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Unaccompanied Cartoon 3China is a multi-ethnic country, particularly rich in culture. Each ethnic group has its unique dances. Hands-on experience of Chinese folk dance will pique children’s interest in the culture.
  12. 12.Classical Musical Instruments (6 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Unaccompanied Cartoon 4Chinese musical instruments produce exquisitve and moving sounds that powerfully express and arouse a wide spectrum of emotions. The bold beats of Chinese drums exude strength and vigour. We believe that music nurtures the spirit and mind.
  13. 13.Mask Painting (5 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Cartoon 1Masks are used in Chinese opera to portray a character’s role and illustrate their emotional state and characteristics.
  14. 14.Chinese Chess (5 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Cartoon 2Chess is a strategy board game for two players. Analytical and strategic thinking skills are sharpened as children plan moves to outwit their opponent. Patience and focussed attention abilities are also strengthened through this engaging game.
  15. 15.Storytelling (5 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Cartoon 3This course develops the ability to accurately portray distinct characteristics of each character. It also improves pronunciation and enhances children’s sensitivity to patterns and rhythms of the spoken language. They will be given opportunities to share stories in front of audiences, thus building confidence and public speaking skills.
  16. 16.Chinese Abacus (4 years and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Cartoon 4The Chinese abacus or suanpan is an ancient calculating tool used to perform arithmetic processes at high speed. Manipulation of the beads is believed to train finger dexterity which leads to the activation of brain cells. Many experts believe that abacus training develops intelligence, improves memory, increases attention span and enhances spatial thinking skills. Abacus calculation requires collaboration of the left and right halves of the brain, thus leading to the development of the whole brain.
  17. 17.Hanyu Pinyin (6 years old and above)
    Duration: 1 hour Cartoon 1Accurate pronunciation is crucial in capturing the essence and beauty of language. This can be achieved through the use of Hanyu Pinyin and guidance of a good teacher. With the help of our highly qualified teachers who are native speakers from China, children learn to speak Mandarin correctly and accurately.
  18. 18.Putonghua Standard Proficiency Test Preparation Course (15 years and above)
    Cartoon 2The Putonghua Standard Proficiency Test (known as Putonghua Shuiping Ceshi – PSC) is a recognised test aimed at assessing the candidate’s mastery of conversational Mandarin and his or her ability to apply it. With the rise of China and one quarter of the world’s population speaking Mandarin (or Putonghua), the ability to communicate in the language will open countless doors, especially in the business and professional realms.
  19. 19.Homework Supervision (Kindergarten to Elementary School)
    Cartoon 3Our dedicated teachers will guide and support children to successfully complete their homework. We provide support in the following subjects: Mandarin, English, Bahasa Melayu, Mathematics and Science. 
  20. 20.Special Courses
    Parent Language Proficiency Class Cartoon 4By taking this course and becoming proficient in Mandarin, parents can provide the necessary boost to help their children quickly grasp the language. Learning a new language can also create new opportunities and broaden one’s horizons.
  21. 21.Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK)
    HSKHSK Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) The new HSK test was launched by Hanban in an effort to better serve Chinese language learners. The test is the result of coordinated efforts by domestic and foreign experts from different disciplines including Chinese language teaching, linguistics, psychology and educational measurement. The new exam combines the advantages of the original HSK while taking into consideration recent trends in Chinese language training by conducting surveys and making use of the latest findings in international language testing. The new HSK is an international standardized exam that tests and rates Chinese language proficiency. It assesses non-native Chinese speakers’ abilities in using the Chinese language in their daily, academic and professional lives. HSK consists of six levels, namely the HSK (level I), HSK (level II), HSK (level III), HSK (level IV), HSK (level V), and HSK (level VI).