Key to en­rich­ing young lives

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - BRIGHT KIDS -

EYE Level (for­merly known as E.nopi), one of the lead­ing child en­rich­ment pro­grammes in Malaysia, re­cently held the Eye Level Tes­ti­mo­nial Con­test to en­cour­age par­ents to share their thoughts on their chil­dren’s jour­ney with Eye Level.

“What­ever life you are liv­ing now, it is es­sen­tial to give your­self a chance to per­form at your top ca­pac­ity. And that chance de­rives from learn­ing,” says Young Joong Kang, chair­man of Eye Level. Eye Level is proud to share tes­ti­monies from its stu­dents and their par­ents.

Par­ent’s name: Dalilah Is­mail Stu­dents’ names: Asyraff, Zhafran and Nur Elysha Pe­riod of study: one year 10 months

My first son went to Eye Level in 2010 as he was weak in math­e­mat­ics. We were im­pressed by the Eye Level math­e­mat­ics pro­gramme and we made the de­ci­sion to en­rol him.

It made a great dif­fer­ence as the learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment is cosy and com­fort­able. The teach­ers are very car­ing and re­spon­si­ble and al­ways go the ex­tra mile in giv­ing me feed­back on my son’s progress and how he could im­prove fur­ther. Dis­ci­pline is also high on their list, which I think is very valu­able for my chil­dren’s de­vel­op­ment.

My son has im­proved greatly in math­e­mat­ics and English since he started classes at Eye Level. He is more con­fi­dent when he speaks English com­pared to his school­mates. See­ing my son’s achieve­ment, I have en­rolled my sec­ond son and daugh­ter too. My chil­dren al­ways look for­ward to their Eye Level classes ev­ery day. I am grate­ful to Eye Level for the won­der­ful ex­pe­ri­ence it has given to my chil­dren.

Stu­dent’s name: Aditya Gupta Pe­riod of study: two years four months

Eye Level is dif­fer­ent com­pared to other learn­ing cen­tres. I love Eye Level be­cause it is a per­fect ed­u­ca­tional base for my fu­ture. It helps me in school and its fast meth­ods for cal­cu­la­tion help ev­ery child in dif­fer­ent ways.

The bright colours in the Eye Level cen­tre are very stim­u­lat­ing but what I re­ally like about Eye Level is the guid­ance that our teach­ers pro­vide when we are hav­ing dif­fi­cul­ties with our ex­er­cises. The teach­ers are ex­tremely un­der­stand­ing and help­ful. They do not pro­vide the an­swers di­rectly but en­cour­age us to fig­ure out the right an­swers. Eye Level is very dif­fer­ent be­cause it is fun and most of the time, we for­get that we are study­ing. I en­joy read­ing the con­cept comics in the work­sheest and the car­toon strips, which bring out the maths con­cepts be­hind the sto­ries, in re­ally amus­ing ways.

Par­ent’s name: Ho Lee Hong Stu­dent’s name: Jef­frey Tong Kai Pe­riod of study: two years 10 months

Jef­frey, my eight-year-old son, has been a stu­dent of the Eye Level math­e­mat­ics and English pro­gramme since June 2010. Jef­frey was re­cently di­ag­nosed with ADHD and will be­gin a six­month treat­ment pro­gramme in May.

In the be­gin­ning, it was re­ally dif­fi­cult guid­ing him when he was learn­ing the al­pha­bet and num­bers due to his ADHD. I am very grate­ful to the teach­ers at Eye Level for their ef­fort and pa­tience with him at all times.

With­out their help and guid­ance, he would not be as con­fi­dent in math­e­mat­ics and English as he is now.

Jef­frey al­ways com­pletes the home­work as­signed to him on time. He finds the de­sign of the work­sheets very eye-catch­ing and the rep­e­ti­tion of the work­sheets is good in help­ing him build his math­e­mat­ics skills and un­der­stand­ing its con­cepts.

Eye Level did not give up on my son. Thank you, Eye Level.

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Dalilah Is­mail is grate­ful to Eye Level for the won­der­ful ex­pe­ri­ence it has given her chil­dren.

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