Early Ages (Age 3 To 5)

Improve ME’s EngLit programme for early years is fun and engaging. It aids our young learners to understand the relationship between spoken words and their written form, whilst enhancing their learning concentration. Students are focused to develop interest through a range of worksheets for aiding their alphabet recognition (both sound and name of the letter). The work not only gets increasingly challenging but also continues to add on to learning new modes of language through reading, writing and vocabulary expansion. 


Primary (Age 6 - 11)

Primary EngLit functions on the foundation for each student to work at the best level and ability, without being limited by age or school year level. We provide them with the accurate base to develop at a level that matches their potential, through exposure to a range of challenging literary reading and creative writing topics. Our aim is to have a child read fluently and thoroughly, understand each passage/task and establish their own interpretations, while learning expressions for writing a well-developed, concise and grammatically correct written passage. 

Middle School (Age 10 - 15)

Students will further develop their analysis skills by learning how to compare two literary texts of different periods. Additionally, focus is given to writing skills in order to bolster students’ confidence with their approach towards report writing.

Senior (Age 15-18)

Improve ME enables each student to read and infer texts through applying analytical skills. Students not only learn to read for connotation and denotations but also build a strong base for locating referential details. Our sessions empower these young writers to build their transactional and imaginative writing skills as they develop independence and the ability to drive their own learning. The sessions entail writing on varied topics to familiarise your child with different forms of writing. 

Languages (Ages 3-18)

Students will learn how to read, write, develop familiarity with foreign languages when spoken to, and speak fluently. Equal attention is paid to all four aspects for students to reach proficiency.