SoC created the first local phonics-based literacy
curriculum to teach children how to read, write and spell effectively.
Founded on a passion for giving every child an equal head start and a love for the English language, School of Concepts (SoC) believes in empowerment through literacy.
We believe that every child should be given equal opportunities. Regardless rich or poor, observant or hands-on learners, every child should be given a chance to enjoy learning!
SoC created the first local phonics-based literacy curriculum to teach children how to read, write and spell effectively.
Our teachers are certified in early childhood, child psychology and/or psychology and English. Most importantly, each teacher has to undergo months of in-house training by our trainers. Our facilitators are highly intuitive to the needs of children and constantly engage with them to create a customised, nurturing learning space.
Between 18 to 36 months, toddlers attend our Discovery Play lessons. Similar to the Abecedarian Approach, these parent-accompanied lessons focus on how adult-child interaction with literacy as the focal point. Our lessons transport children into a world of literacy fun where they engage their senses and refine their motor skills. Parents are encouraged to attend these sessions to better understand age appropriate activities that can be replicated in a home setting. Studies have shown that cognitive growth happens very early in life.
Children aged three years up can attend the beginner module. During this module, children are introduced to blending. They will build good phonological skills and strategies to decode words. At this stage, they will also learn to comprehend read text.
After three terms at Beginner, our students will progress onto the Intermediate series where they will further develop comprehension skills. At this stage, our students will be brimming with confidence, ready and always enthusiastic to read and comprehend read text. If ever you visit one of these sessions, you will be encouraged (and some, intrigued) by the enthusiasm and excitement to read more, spell more and answer questions!
Fees: $540 per term