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Chinese Tuition

Master Chinese Through Animated Learning

With our innovative method, expanding your child's Chinese vocabulary gets done with ease.

Students we've taught come from some of these schools.

You have already seen your child’s composition paper. It starts with  

Most children start their composition with this phrase. It's totally fine...until you see them using it even though the pictures in the exam paper show that it's raining.

This is what happens when a child tries to only memorise useful phrases without fully understanding them – applying them in the wrong context. What's worse is when they have ideas in their mind, but struggle to write them down or communicate in Chinese.

Eventually, as they lose their grasp in Chinese, they may start disliking it and find it a chore to learn the language.

It doesn’t have to be like this! What if you can empower your child to

Love the language

From having a strong dislike for the subject to being excited to begin their daily conversations in Chinese, while building up their confidence in the subject.

Be effectively bilingual

Be well-versed in the Chinese language even if you don’t speak Chinese at home or are not Chinese!

Stop giving excuses

Instead, be eager to take out their Chinese assignments and start doing them diligently.

From my teaching experience in MOE schools, I found that the teaching method for Chinese comprehension and composition makes it difficult for students to form their own thoughts or build their vocabulary list. Students are

simply not intrigued by reading textbooks or practising Chinese characters they have memorised for

With that in mind, I have developed an interactive method to help students master Chinese through animated lessons - which is not used in any schools or tuition centres.

Here are some of the students we have helped:

Alisha,  from D to A

Joanne, from D to B

Revealing The Success Formula For Chinese

Assessing Your Child’s Learning Style

Does your child complete Chinese assignments fast but tend to get confused between characters? Or is he/she weaker in composition and oral but does well in spelling?

Which Does Your Child Communicate More In?

It is pivotal that we know what learning style your child has before starting class so that we can employ an effective teaching method. That’s why we start by assessing students and profiling them based on their learning styles (visual, auditory or kinesthetic) and behavioural combinations (builder, opportunist, specialist or innovator) using a questionnaire that is meticulously designed and adapted based on the internationally-applied BOSI DNA framework created by Joe Abraham.

BOSI Quadrant by Joe Abraham

Purposefully Planned Lessons And Assignments

By understanding your child’s psychological behaviour towards learning, we are able to then better customise our classroom activities and lesson materials that not only will help your child gain a new-found joy in learning Chinese, but also enable him/her to absorb and retain new Chinese characters, vocabulary and meanings better. For instance, allowing a kinesthetic learner to act out a scene in Chinese is more effective than making him/her read off a textbook on the same topic. By developing a whole set of teaching pedagogy catered for each learning type, you will finally see an improvement in your child’s interest level in Chinese, oral abilities and exam grades.

Our Teachers

Mr Ben Lee

Mr Ben Lee, who is currently pursuing a Master of Education degree, is a MOE instructor specialising in English and Chinese language and communication. He also holds a BSc Honours degree (Second Upper Class) and a bilingual diploma in Chinese Media & Communication. He is effectively bilingual and possesses more than half a decade worth of teaching experience having taught in both primary and secondary schools. He is a strong believer in child psychology and behavioural science and designs SLC’s pedagogy and curricula to boost student interest and motivation in English and Chinese subjects.

Ms Ma

Ms Ma, who majored in Chinese Studies, is a former school teacher with more than 10 years of teaching and curriculum development experience. An avid fan of Chinese literature, she seeks to simplify profound Chinese concepts and make Chinese learning fun, easy to comprehend and enjoyable for students. Steering the Chinese curriculum development at SLC, she designs multi-tiered learning materials for each primary/secondary level to suit students with varied levels of understanding of the Chinese subject.

Who We Help

Upper Primary Students 

If learning Lower Primary Chinese is a walk in the park, then mastering Upper Primary Chinese will be a climb up the mountain. As your child progresses from Primary 4 to Primary 5/6, you may have seen a drastic drop in their Chinese exam grades because of the steep learning curve. With national exams around the corner, it is time for your child to seek the right help to do well in PSLE.

Lower Secondary Students  

The higher demands of the new syllabus and exam format will really stress out any Secondary 1 or 2 students. Plus, with mid-year exams already removed for Secondary 1, students who don’t tend to do well under exam conditions will require the right help to prepare themselves for the demands of year-end exams.

Upper Secondary Students

Overloading content and assessments are common when exams are near. Not to mention at the end of Secondary education, it is the national exam that will determine your child’s future. You’ll want your child to score well in order to enter his/her desired Junior College or Polytechnic courses. It’s not too late to help your child improve his/her Chinese grade.

Here are more students we have helped:


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Chinese matters more than ever before.

You probably already know that Chinese is one of the most widely spoken languages (on earth and on the internet). If your child has zero interest in the language now, he/she will likely not learn to read, write or speak in Chinese in the future.

If your child has been drilling practice papers or attending tuition programmes with little to no improvements shown, perhaps it’s time to try something else. At the very least, he/she should be sitting in for the Diagnostic Assessment, where you will: 

  • Discover your child’s ‘problematic’ spots by analysing their past papers 
  • Find out your child’s learning-behavioural profile on the spot 
  • Understand how our method and materials can help your child learn Chinese effectively to improve his/her grade 

Simply fill in the form below to book your Diagnostic Assessment now. Slots are limited, be sure to book fast!

Where We Are

151 Bishan Street 11 #01-191 (Facing carpark behind Nippon Paint Johongly Hardware Paints & Renovation Contract) Singapore 570151

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