March 25 and 26 Holiday Course

Discover Weird and Wonderful Worlds through our Holiday Course this March 2017!

Develop your child’s creative and critical thinking skills through reading, analysis and presentation of the much-loved story The BFG by Roald Dahl. This course is developed to:

  • Introduce children to the Higher Order Thinking (HOT) skills; which are complex thinking skills that are needed to plan, problem-solve, inspiring creativity, transferring knowledge to many different learning activities, to adapt and to reflect.
  • Enhance balanced development of HOT skills with English in an inspiring and interactive class environment. 
  • Encourage interaction, team building and creative thinking confidently.
  • In our Kuala Lumpur teaching centre the class begins from 9.30 a.m to 4.30 p.m (with 1-hour break)
  • In Mutiara Damansara teaching centre the class begins from 10.00 a.m to 5.00 p.m (with 1-hour break)
Age Group Holiday Course Topics Available in both centres
7 to 9-year-olds Creating a Dream and Dream Presentations Kuala Lumpur or Mutiara Damansara
10 to 12-year-olds Dazzling Dialogue Kuala Lumpur or Mutiara Damansara

For 7 to 9-year-olds

In this course, your child will be introduced to the work of Roald Dahl through extracts from his much-loved novel ‘The BFG’. Students will work on a number of different Higher Order Thinking Skills: analysis of a story extract; creative thinking to create a ‘dream’; and critical thinking. In the morning session, students will have the opportunity to create their own character and describe them using advanced adjectives and other narrative devices. In the afternoon session, students will practise their presentation skills by creating a ‘dream’ and giving a presentation about it to parents.

10 to 12-year-olds

In this course, your child will analyse and critique the work of Roald Dahl through extracts from his much-loved novel ‘The BFG’. Students will work on a number of different Higher Order Thinking Skills: critical thinking through in-depth analysis of a text; creative thinking through writing dramatic dialogue; and widening perception by listening to, and giving, feedback. In the morning session, students will have the opportunity to create their own character and describe them using advanced adjectives and other narrative devices. In the afternoon session, students will write dialogue for story characters and talk about believing in yourself.