English for Kids (Ages 4 to 13)

Course Overview: neoJr+ for Young Learners

Introducing neoJr+, our dynamic and engaging program crafted specifically for young learners aged 5 to 10. Designed to align with the developmental stages of young English language learners, the curriculum focuses on the fundamental framework of English. At the heart of neoJr+, we emphasize oral skills, vocabulary, and phonemic awareness, supplemented by exercises in spelling, sentence construction, and sentence reading. This ensures a holistic
development of language skills in a fun and natural way.

Based on the acclaimed Let’s Go series by Oxford University Press—the world’s most successful English language series for children—neoJr+ features six progressive levels. Each level, lasting six months, introduces English through captivating activities that engage children’s interest and promote effortless learning. Courses are delivered virtually once a week, complemented by daily interactions with our innovative neo-Junior app, which reinforces learning and adds consistency and enjoyment to their educational journey.

Upon completing each level, students earn an internationally recognized certification aligned with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). This certification not only validates their English proficiency but also broadens their academic and future
professional opportunities.

neoJr+ is delivered virtually, with each session running for two hours once a week. To ensure personalized attention and an optimal learning environment, each class is limited to just 10 students. This small class size allows for tailored instruction that meets the individual needs of each student.

The program includes a total of six levels of learning, ensuring a structured and gradual development of English language skills. Each level of the program begins in January and June, providing flexible entry points for new students throughout the year. Upon enrollment, each student undergoes an initial placement test, which helps to accurately assign them to the appropriate class level according to their current proficiency.

In addition to the virtual classroom sessions, students are encouraged to practice their English daily using the neoJr+ app. This app is an integral part of the learning experience, offering interactive exercises and activities that reinforce the material covered in the virtual sessions and
further enhance the students’ language skills.

Through this comprehensive and interactive approach, neoJr+ not only facilitates effective learning but also ensures that students remain engaged and motivated throughout their educational journey.

neoJr+ courses are structured into six levels, each designed to progressively develop students’ English language skills. New levels begin in January and June, offering two opportunities each year for new students to join. This scheduling provides flexibility and allows families to plan and
register at a time that best fits their needs.

Upon enrollment, students undergo an initial placement test which accurately assigns them to the appropriate class level based on their current language proficiency. This ensures that each learner is placed in an environment that is both challenging and appropriate for their skill level.

Upon successful completion of the neoJr+ course, students receive an internationally recognized certificate aligned with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). This certification is not merely a testament to the students’ proficiency in the English language but also a significant asset that enhances their academic and professional prospects.

The CEFR alignment ensures that the skills acquired and assessed through neoJr+ are globally acknowledged, making it an ideal credential for students looking to advance their educational opportunities or prepare for a global professional environment. This certification thus serves as a valuable tool for students, opening doors to new possibilities and providing them with the credentials to succeed in increasingly competitive and interconnected world.