Our supplementary school is conducted by experienced Chinese teachers who are specialised in teaching young children. Teachers with an extensive experience with children who understand how to motivate them and get the best out of them in terms of their learning experience.
Our lesson is aiming for functional day to day use of the Chinese language, rather than the traditional and formal way of learning Chinese, so our children could join the learning journey through fun and relax atmosphere.
In the past 10 years we have been monitoring our teachers to combine both the Chinese and British education systems in order to overcome the difficulties of Chinese language learning. We use Pinyin, ICT, set of school projects and AQA Key stage 1, 2 and 3 exam system and keeping track record of learning for each child.
Chinese culture places a high value on Academics and passing exams, we are therefore committed to high standards and remaining a registered examination centre for GCSE's. 95% of our pupils sitting GCSE's gain an A* grade and, we are particularly proud that one of our pupils achieved his qualification aged 10.
Mandarin is one of the world's fastest growing languages. The UK is increasing its business, educational and cultural links with China. Manchester is strengthening its relationship with China with a growing Chinese population, trade, flights and exchanges with China. Giving students, whether from a Chinese background or not, Mandarin language skills and an understanding of Chinese culture will be an enormous advantage for their future.
Chinese languages are not being part of the national curriculum in the UK therefore they are not taught in local schools. However they are frequently used within Shopping Centres, Hotels and in business and tourism sectors which are areas we seek to help our students gain employment as well as within the education sector.
Life learning is our biggest vision from teachers to parents and young children to teenagers. We offer different learning paths to suit individual needs such as classroom assistant, cleaning or administration/management work. This will make all of us feel part of this community school and prepare us for the best employment.
When teenage children finished their GCSE or GCE they can stay in our school for voluntary work which could shape their language skills by working with children and gain good working experience for their personal profile and CV. We have an open door policy to welcome everyone to join us. We are very proud of our achievements.
Children will have a strong advantage when they start their Chinese school journey. You will give them the chance of becoming bilingual in the future. These children can then easily adapt worldwide; specially with Chinese language skills. This will open up your children prospects on the international job market.
We offer two free trial lessons and then you will meet your assigned teacher, who can analyse your child's level and clarify his/her personal development needs. After the Free Lesson if you wish to join our lessons, just Contact Us. After we register and set up payment our school fee is non-
Bronze Award in the Quality Framework for Supplementary Schools 2011
Award winner of British Academy Schools of Language Award 2012
Award winner of UK Chinese Teacher 2013
Award winner of International Chinese Youth writing completion 2013
Gold Award in the Quality Framework for Supplementary Schools 2013
Award winner of International Chinese Youth writing completion 2015
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Chinese GCSE exam [link]
Exam timetable [external download]
National Resource Centre for Supplymentary Education 2015
GCSE exam timetable
Chinese Unit 1: 1F Listening And Understanding (Foundation)
Chinese Unit 1: 1H Listening And Understanding (Higher)
Chinese Unit 3: 3F Reading And Understanding (Foundation)
Chinese Unit 3: 3H Reading And Understanding (Higher)
GCE exam timetable
Chinese Unit 1: Speaking exam
Advise BY MCC
Chinese Unit 2: Understanding And Written Response In Chinese
23 May 2016
Chinese Unit 3: Research, Understanding And Written Response In Chinese