Moving from Kindergarten to Primary 1 can be a daunting journey for both the child and parents. Here's what you can do to help make the transition as smooth as possible for your child.
Articles about Preschool English
Find out what Gemma Church believes is the key to engaging children in learning.
Teacher Gillian Craig shares fantastic ideas for you to support your child's learning at home during the holidays.
Our Head of Pre-school Courses, Matthew Scott, shares seven tips for you to help your child ace his/her weekly spelling test. Read on and try these at home.
Reading and writing are two of the key skills your child needs to have when they enter primary school. From games to tools and useful websites, read on for tips to help your child.
What challenges do pre-schoolers face when they transition to Primary 1? How can you help them prepare for this big step? Read on to find out.
Find out how you can support what your child learns in pre-school. Our Head of Schools, Duncan Rose, shares five simple strategies to get you started.
Learning a language can be a daunting experience for a child. Here are five tips to help you along.
Not all children will grow up to become novelists or journalists, but that should not undermine the importance of writing skills for every student. Here are some tips just for pre-schoolers.
Sarah Mills, Head of Pre-school, British Council Singapore tells us why pre-school plays a crucial role in developing your child to be a well-rounded individual.
Many parents would like to teach their children English at home, but don’t know how to start. It doesn’t matter if your own English is not perfect.
Read the exclusive interview of Jim Parkyn, the talented model maker from Aardman Animations, Oscar winning studio behind Shaun the Sheep, Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run, and many more!
Parents! Learn new useful tips and ideas every week to help your child learn English at home. Check out our latest tips online now!
Watch our series of Learn English Kids videos with sign language translation by The Singapore Association for the Deaf.