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About Us

The English Master is an enjoyable, interactive and effective English course for children aged 3 -6 years old for preschool , 7 – 12 years old for primary and 13-17 years old for secondary. Learning English for your child has become plain sailing with our help. Our specialised team of qualified experts continuously perform various tests vigorously, to comprehend how your child can learn vocabulary, grasp the fundamentals of grammar and obtain confidence in  speaking and writing in the English language.

Why choose us?

  1. We expertise in the 3 “E’s”:

*  Enhance Communication Skills

* Enhance & Broaden The Spectrum of Thinking

* Enhance Confidence

2.  Our V.I.S.A teaching method:

* Visual Aids Teaching

* Interactive Teaching

* Simplistic Teaching

* Activity & Game Based Teaching

What is Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)?

The CEFR defines six large levels of capability, with A1 being the lowest and C2 the highest. Learners are classified in three distinct groups: the Basic User (levels A1 and A2), the Independent User (B1 and B2) and the Proficient User (C1 and C2). As these titles indicate, learners evolve not only in terms of the actual language they have ready, but also in terms of their communication strategies

How English Master levels relate to the Common European Framework levels (CEFR)?

English Master is styled and developed to inspire children from a young age right through their teenage years and beyond. Reading, writing listening and oral are all four language skills which will be covered, throughout.

All our certified exams prepared are associated with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). This makes it convenient to track and record the progress of your child is achieving in English with the ‘Step-by-Step’ method of learning and it makes it much easier for employer/companies and academic institutions to acknowledge your child’s capacity when they leave school.