Teaching children language is important
But teaching them to be independent counts more
Catered to Your Learning Goals
Enrich and Enjoy
By putting young children’s language learning pathways at its heart, Writers Studio focuses on language learning as a continuous process ranging from the use of basic to increasingly complex language. We diagnose your child’s language proficiency and recommend the most suitable language learning pathway to develop literacy healthily.
Just like a beacon, we guide weaker learners on their language learning journey at a slower pace. Conditioning is done to rectify language comprehension and behavioural issues. We ensure your child starts language learning in the most conducive learning environment. Your child will improve and gain confidence in English.
When we try hard to perform but we can’t. You find yourself missing targets. You feel that your hard work does not pay off. There were hit and misses. Our teachers find out why and guide you on the right path to better results. Some methods must be eradicated, and new techniques need to be in place. Or adjustments that must be made to the way you prepare for the exams.
Language Learning Pathway 3 sees our most talented learners heading towards excellence. We turn you into critical thinkers and persuasive writers. Wear your thinking caps as you debate, inquire and convince. You find yourself delving into deeper recesses of the mind as you write prolifically and expand your knowledge.
Identify the right language learning pathway
To The Lighthouse
This training pace is suitable for children with weaker foundations but has good potential in attaining language goals over a longer time frame.
Navigate & Improve
Students with mid-abilities overcome roadblocks to success, improving by unlearning and reconditioning. New techniques are learnt. Meticulous attitudes are cultivated. Learn to take ownership of learning.
To The Pinnacle
Students with high-abilities are exposed to deeper concepts and exposed to complex exercises. Skills are stretched to the limit as they acquire eloquence in speaking, reading and writing.