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Features of EOK’s Kindergarten Phonics Programme

Our programme takes a very systematic yet interactive approach to teaching phonics. Our aim is to help students improve their oral reading skills and spelling performance through learning the key elements of phonics.
  • Teach phonics sounds and rules as well as rhyming skills
  • Emphasize students’ cognition between word-spelling and pronunciation through repetitive exercises
  • Significantly increase vocabulary capacity by continuous rhyming practices
  • Use of computer programmes to provide useful spelling and oral reading practice
  • Provide effective feedback and evaluation through regular assessments between stages
  • Dramatically reduce students’ revision time on school dictations
  • Noticeably improve and correct students’ pronunciation
  • Administered in a small classroom setting, with a maximum teacher-student ratio of 1:5


Our Kindergarten Phonics Programme is divided into 8 stages, tailor-made for children from 3 to 6 years old with no prior phonetic awareness and knowledge. Students are expected to improve the pronunciation and spelling accuracy significantly at the end of the course.


There is an Entrance Phonics Assessment for each course, testing students on the corresponding phonics sounds and skills. A phonics assessment will be used to evaluate individual ability, as well as to assign students into the most suitable stage of the course.