Year of experiences
Learn to read and write English in a fun, responsive and creative environment
Think-out-of-the-box, highly-interactive and fun teaching to accelerate their learning
Available in 250 schools with 10,000 students. Supported by Ministry of Social and Family
Every child has their story to tell. We guide them to write their very own storybook
Year of experiences
Unique English Classroom (UEC) is an international English program from Singapore, looking to groom the young leaders of tomorrow. Amidst a changing culture where critical and creative thinking is essential for their future.
Our curriculum strongly emphasises on verbal and written linguistic proficiency, learning through games and movement. They are designed to expand your child's learning horizons and inspire independent learning through their formative school years, focusing on developing a keen understanding and cultivating a love for reading and writing.
Most English programmes currently available in the market, focuses mainly on equipping children with the ability to read and identify words without understanding. However, here at UEC, we aim to immerse children in a world where words come alive, building on their vocabulary and developing their comprehension. By using the best of learning and teaching practices, our programmes cater to the different needs of every growing child.
At UEC, we understand that every child learns differently, and we have different programs to cater to each child's learning ability and level. Through our carefully structured programs, we believe that every child can become achieve mastery in the English language.
Bryan Joel Lim Zijie is currently a Law student from New York University, who started UEC's Young Author Scheme back in 2006 when he was 11. His message to all the future Young Author Scheme students, we want to encourage you not to be afraid of thinking out of the box in every step of the creative process. The Young Author Scheme able to provides you with this opportunity to unleash your creativity.
Julianna Abaya Blas join YAS in 2013.
"Most memorable lesson in YAS is being organized when I write. To be organized helped me a lot in keeping track your characters, your storylines, how their flaws affect the plot. So its good to keep track of those in order not to get lost."
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Headquarters -Puchong (Setiawalk)
Shah Alam, Klang, Taman Desa, Setia Alam, Shah Alam, Bukit Jelutong, Damansara Kim, Penang Island, Butterworth, Kota Kinabalu, Johor Bahru, Melaka & Lahad Datu