IEP News

t has been a busy few weeks in IEP with students celebrating Valentine’s Day with baking, Chinese New Year with crafts and Literacy Week with peer reading activities.


IEP is an innovative and unique programme that allows students to build their English language skills whilst engaging in a variety of learning opportunities. We don’t stick to the classroom, rather, students are immersed in language every day with field trips, in-school excursions and hands on lessons.


By learning how to bake, making crafts and reading with their peers, students have the chance to build, develop and improve their fine motor skills, their social and emotional intelligence and of course, gain valuable experiences for the future.


If you are interested in learning more about IEP, please join us at the Education Fair on Saturday the 27th of February at the Shangri-La Hotel from 9:00am to 5:00pm or contact Admissions on


Cara Templeton

Head of the Intensive English Programme

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