Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Url Particulars for All Ages Section 1: Particulars of Children Child Name * Date of Birth * First Language * Age * Second Language Name of current school (If any) Name of enrichment programme (Current and past) Top three goals to achieve in the next 3 to 6 months: * 1. 2. 3. Section 2: Particulars of Parents Parent Name * Relationship with Child * Home Address * Email * Mobile Number * How did you get to know about English Champ * Is this a repeat assessment? * No Yes If yes, when was the last time you have done this assessment? Junior Champ & Magnificent Champ Online Assessment Instructions for Parents Testing duration should be a maximum of 45 minutes. We would like to understand the true capabilities of your child, as such kindly allow the child to attempt the assessment on their own. No guidance should be provided to the child with regards to the assessment. The child should answer what they are able to and skip the sections that they do not comprehend. If the child is struggling on a question, they can be advised to move on to the next question instead. While attempting the assessment, the child should rely on their own knowledge and should NOT: - use any dictionary - search for external information (internet, reference books, encyclopedias etc.) The Benefits of This Assessment This assessment allows us to understand the child’s proficiency in English and whether they are ready to follow along the tasks that will be presented in our programmes. From there, we can determine their placement in a suitable programme. How can we support? Contact us to set a non-obligatory and complimentary 30-minute appointment where we will discuss the results of the assessment, going into detail on the strengths of your child and challenges they are facing. We will also provide recommendations for suitable classes for your child so that they may receive the right support in developing their language and communication skills. Pointers for the Child Don’t take too long for one question. If you are unsure, just move on. There are no wrong answers for the writing section. A. Select the correct answer: 1. _______ your mother speak English? Do Does Did Doing 2. They rested after their visitors had __________ . go goes gone going 3. The two brothers ________ always quarrelling during meals. is are was were 4. Mice love to ________ cheese. eat eats ate eating 5. We should use ________ sugar in our drinks. less few plenty a lot 6. They went ________ a few months ago. hike hikes hiking hiked 7. I live _________ 12, Main Road, Spring Garden, Petaling Jaya. in along at on 8. Kate is _______ than Tina. more short short shortest shorter 9. Sara _________ cleans her room so her mother scolded her. never sometimes usually always 10. Kim and Tim ________ to the beach two days ago. cycle cycles cycled are cycling 11. We feel _______ to go to the beach. sweet smelly lovely excited 12. That pupil _________ studies hard for his tests, so he got full marks. never sometimes usually always 13. The aeroplane is flying _______ the trees. in on under above 14. The shop is ________ the hospital and the bus station. opposite between at next to 15. This is the best cake I have ________ tasted. already ever never still B. Read the text and answer the following questions: The sun shone brightly into my eyes. I squinted as I looked out of the window. We had stopped at Bondi Beach. The beach was crowded with people. Some of them were strolling and mostly children were running everywhere. There were people resting under beach umbrellas. There were a number of teenagers playing volleyball. Different types of sandcastles were being built. Some of the sandcastles were decorated with seashells and pebbles. They looked lovely. The sea was filled with swimmers and those who just wanted to play with water. There were sailboats out in the sea. Up in the sky were paragliders moving along with the wind. They looked like birds flying around. What a beautiful sight! My friend and I would have loved to be at the beach but we did not have time for that. It was just a short visit and the bus moved on after dropping many passengers. My friend and I did not go down as we were on our way to another destination. My heart felt heavy to leave Bondi Beach. Answer the questions: 1. Who was with the author? 2. What were like birds flying around? 3. Did the author go down to Bondi Beach? Why? 4. How did the author feel when the bus left Bondi Beach? 5. What is the meaning of ‘strolling’? C. Make sentences with the following words: 1. cheerful 2. decorate 3. suddenly 4. trample 5. tremendous D. Continue this story and write about 50 – 100 words: It was raining heavily. It was raining heavily.