Chinese Immersion Programme


Developing Chinese as a life-skill and essential communication tool

Research has shown that the early years is a critical phase for children to develop language skills, and our immersive Chinese programme has been proven to cultivate in young children a genuine lifelong love for learning the Mandarin language.

In our unique Chinese Immersion Programme, the curriculum is delivered entirely in Mandarin. Children are exposed to a considerable amount of time listening, speaking and writing in Chinese which is essential for any sustainable language development in the early years.  Having such exclusive language exposure offers the children a focused Chinese-speaking environment, which many do not have in their home environment. The curriculum delivery through the inquiry-based approach will make the experiences fun, engaging and meaningful. 

With extensive opportunities to communicate in Chinese every single day, children are able to appreciate how useful and relevant the language is to their daily life. Over time, they are able to think and understand concepts in Chinese.

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NEW: Chinese Immersion Programme - Robertson Walk

Learning Mandarin through an Established Inquiry Approach

We believe that Chinese is a life skill, not just a subject to be taught in isolation. That is why in EtonHouse, Chinese is naturally acquired through meaningful experiences based on children’s interests.

The Mandarin environment is not intimidating to the children because, at EtonHouse we emphasise on fostering a warm and nurturing relationship with children.  At EtonHouse, languages are not taught in structured and formal classes conducted in isolation, but naturally acquired through our Inquire, Think, Learn Curriculum, which is inquiry-based and individualised.  Therefore children learn at their own pace, while at the same time, being adequately challenged and inspired by their peers and the adults in the environment.

Children even develop a sound understanding of science, maths, arts, along with creative thinking and social competence, all while communicating in Chinese!

Cultivating a genuine love for the language

On top of developing a life-long competence and interest in the language, our programme aims to develop an appreciation of the Chinese culture, as well as to nurture globally-focused and culturally competent children. Cultural immersion is, therefore, a critical part of our Chinese programme and includes elements such as calligraphy, Chinese performing arts and inquiry projects on Chinese traditions, to name a few. Through Chinese holiday camps and Mandarin after-school clubs, children also engage in the language in a fun and engaging manner.

Contact us to learn about our unique approach to language learning.

NEW: Chinese Immersion Programme - Robertson Walk


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This page was last edited on April 30, 2020