The Kumon English ProgrammeOur English programme aims to foster a love of reading and learning in every child. Students range from age two to older children, building skills from reading and word recognition to advanced level comprehension with the ability to critique complex passages of text. Vocabulary, grammatical precision, memorisation skills and the ability to compose answers are gradually accumulated through different genres of text, familiarising students with both fiction and non-fiction, expanding their knowledge of the world and introducing them to new areas of interest.
Our Instructors support students to be able to read thoroughly, extract key information from the content and express an opinion on what they have read in a compelling way. The Kumon English Programme is not tied to any curriculum but complements learning across all subjects at school, giving students the freedom to become advanced, independent and enthusiastic learners, as well as thoughtful individuals.
What’s covered in the Kumon English Programme
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How does Kumon work?
Kumon students complete daily Kumon study at home and attend a study session twice a week – either at the Kumon Centre or via an online class. The time taken to complete a day’s work may be around 30 minutes per subject, although this study time can vary.
In class (Centre or online), students complete their day’s worksheets and are observed and guided by the Instructor and a team of Assistants who support and encourage your child in their studies and ensure that they are progressing well.
Students receive new work during their visits to the Centre or through the Centre’s worksheet pick up / delivery arrangements.
30 minutes at Kumon
Students attend their classes, online or at the Centre, to ensure the Instructor can develop their self-learning and academic skills
Preparation for class
Daily homework has been completed, with worksheets marked and corrections completed before class, ready to study
Completion of worksheets
Students complete work that the Instructor has set to specifically develop their skills and ensure they are progressing independently
Receive Instructor guidance when necessary
Instructors observe student's flow and progress and instruct them as necessary
Marking and self-correction of worksheets
An adult should mark worksheets and the student completes corrections immediately to aid learning
Achieve perfect score when finishing class
It is important that each student finishes class with a sense of achievement, motivated for their next challenge