Primary Plus will help your child:

  • Build confidence and ability in English
  • Equip themselves with skills for life
  • Have a clear sense of progression
  • Enjoy fun and interactive classroom
  • Study outside the classroom with the Primary Plus Online Portal

How it works

In each level of Primary Plus, there is a balance of all four language skills with an emphasis on reading development at lower levels to support access to the syllabus and further develop literacy skills at the higher levels.

Course information

  • Developing life skills

    • Creativity and imagination
    • Leadership and personal development
    • Citizenship
    • Critical thinking and problem solving
    • Digital literacy
    • Collaboration and communication.
  • Course format

    • 2 hour lesson per day
    • Twice a week
    • Semesters start in March and September
  • Course locations

  • Sessions

    Session Start Dates End Dates
    Session 3 24 February 23 March
    Session 4 24 March 20 April
    Session 5 21 April 25 May
    Session 6 26 May 22 June
    Session 7 23 June 20 July

City Hall Centre
Class Timetable

DAYS CLASS TIME
M/F 15.15–17.15
17.30–19.30
T/Th 15.15–17.15
17.30–19.30
W/Sat 15.15–17.15(Wed)/14.30–16.30(Sat)
17.30–19.30(Wed)/16.45–18.45(Sat)

Seocho Centre
Class Timetable

DAYS CLASS TIME
M/F 15.15–17.15
17.30–19.30
T/Th 15.15–17.15
17.30–19.30
W/Sat 15.15–17.15(Wed)/14.30–16.30(Sat)
17.30–19.30(Wed)/16.45–18.45(Sat)

Mokdong Centre
Class Timetable

DAYS CLASS TIME
M/F 15.20–17.20
17.40–19.40
T/Th 15.20–17.20
17.40–19.40
W/Sat 15.20–17.20(Wed)/14.30–16.30(Sat)
17.40–19.40(Wed)/16.45–18.45(Sat)

Developing life skills

Our courses support children in their physical, personal, social and emotional development as well as in developing important life skills such as creativity, leadership and critical thinking. There are specially formulated activities and engagement with a variety of media to help children gain essential life skills naturally. We developed our six key life skills according to the ‘6Cs’ framework developed by Fullan and Langworthy (2013), and UNESCO’s transversal skills (2013)

Classroom experience

We use a variety of stimulating materials and activities such as games, music and tasks that employ logic and higher-order thinking to appeal to different learning styles and multiple intelligence inclinations.

Collaboration and interaction between children and teachers create an environment where children are free to express themselves and ask questions. Children will love these types of lessons!

See your child's progression

Parents will be able to see their child’s progress via modular assessment of in-class tasks with feedback every four to six lessons and automatically-marked online grammar and vocabulary activities.

A final communicative task with measurable outcomes e.g. a project, writing task or presentation will be done at the end of each module to measure the progress of your child.

Supporting materials available online

The learning activities on the Primary Plus portal are specially designed for grammar and vocabulary training with language learning games that unlock once students reach a certain level of progress.