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3 Classes/Week

6 weeks

Total 18 Classes

Max 8

Ages 4-12

A 6-week intensive Cambridge course that prepares students for the YLE exam. The course focuses on four key language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Regular assessments mock exams and progress evaluations are conducted to monitor students' development.  At the end of the course, students could take the Cambridge YLE exams.




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8/7 - 31/8/2024

Each of our daily activities is unique where parents have complete flexibility when it comes to choosing which day they would like to attend.

STEAM and Cooking




Max 8

Ages 3-12

Our activities are separated into either STEAM or Cooking themes. Our STEAM activities are offered every Mon/ Wed/ Friday, where parents can expect kids to be doing at least one scientific experiment each class.

Cooking gets held on Tues/ Thurs/ Sat, where students will be expected to learn about food facts along with making an actual dish for them to bring home!

Field Trips

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Student Ratio 1 : 10


Max 30

Ages 4-12

Our Community Connect series is inspired by Forest School methodology, Mr. English firmly believes in excursion activities that promote a child-centred inspirational learning process.  Through regular “Real-World Learning“, students are given ample opportunities for social, physical, and intellectual growth.

Day Trips

Transportation Inclusive

Meals Inclusive

Educational Theme

Tickets Inclusive

Kadoorie Farm

Learn about which habit certain animals prefer, and which animals a habitat needs in order to be considered a healthy ecosystem.

13/7 (Sat), 17/8 (Sat)

9:45am - 3:00pm

Peng Chau Island

Learn about the unique animals that live there, and what we can do to keep our shore clean and protected.

26/7 (Fri)

9:30am - 3:30pm

Ocean Pack

Learn about the polar animals and what we can do to protect these incredible creatures.

19/7 (Fri), 23/8 (Fri)

9:45am - 3:00pm

Lions Nature Education Centre

Learn about the difference between rocks, crystals and minerals, as well as the development of local agriculture and fisheries industries.

10/8 (Sat)

9:45am - 3:00pm

Native English Tour Guide

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