English Champ

About Us

Our History

English Champ was founded under the brandname of Literacy World English Language Centre in 2001 by a team of teachers from Australia. In 2006, Aileen and Christine took over the management and continued the education business catering to children ages four to 17. In 2011, in line with the inception of the new syllabi, the brandname was changed to English Champ. In 2012, programmes for toddlers and pre-kindergarten were introduced in Bandar Utama branch.

English Champ is an English enrichment centre specialising in curriculum for students from the age of two (2) right up to adults.

Our Mission Statement

  • Combining the methods of teaching with the skills of learning

We respect each child’s unique learning styles and hone their skills by developing their strengths and strengthening their weaknesses

Our Objectives

  • To promote language competence i.e. the ability to read, write and communicate effectively with confidence, purpose and enjoyment

Once a child enjoys doing what he or she does, learning becomes natural. From here, we will guide the child to gain confidence in reading, writing and communicating.

Many activities are included in our programme to achieve the objectives. These activities focus on the development of all four skills of the language – speaking, listening, reading and writing:

1. Speaking skills:

  • Show and tell (for age 6 and below)/ Presentation (for age 7 and above) improves your child’s speech and articulation as well as boosts his/ her confidence in communication
  • Speech and drama activities allow your child to explore communication via actions and facial expressions
  • Story Circle enhances your child’s problem solving skills and teaches him/her to respect the ideas of others.

2. Listening skills:

  • Spelling/ Dictation promotes recognition of intonation and word expression
  • Audio enhances listening comprehension
  • Story time prompts question formation through listening and also enhances your child’s ability to stay focused on a topic

3. Reading skills

  • Text reading improves your child’s interpretation of the usage of words, phrases, metaphorical language etc
  • Library access and reader’s award inculcate reading habits and encourage your child to become an avid reader

4. Writing skills

  • Essay writing improves your child’s sentence structure and formation
  • Introduction of various writing styles
  • Free writing encourages students to develop writing ideas without concern for the conventional rules of writing

We Make Learning Fun!