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Guide to Language Schools in Singapore for English, Chinese, Malay, Spanish, French Classes & More

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Here’s our guide to language schools in Singapore, whether you’re hoping to increase your little one’s exposure to Chinese, Malay, Tamil, French, or Japanese!

Looking for a language school in Singapore? Living in a multicultural and multilingual country, there’s a good chance that most of us speak more than one language… and if not us, then our kids definitely will! With Mother Tongue being an integral part of the local school curriculum and languages like Mandarin, French and Japanese being offered in many international schools, the focus on bilingualism here is strong. Besides using it as a means to keep in touch with our cultural roots, research has shown that being bilingual is proven to improve focus and creativity, among many other benefits (chatting with friendly uncles and aunties at the coffee shop, conversing and making new friends while travelling and more). Keep scrolling for our comprehensive list of language schools in Singapore!

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Language Schools in Singapore

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Chinese Language Classes: LingoAce Academy

Top Chinese learning academy LingoAce is loved by 100,000 students globally, taught by teachers with over 10 years of MOE-accredited teaching experience. Every student enjoys free course consultation, a complimentary trial class and a customised assessment report before choosing a suitable curriculum for them to achieve individual learning goals. LingoAce classes are designed in alignment with the MOE syllabus – including a leading Blended Learning method which incorporates an online AI gamified course conducted live by teachers in 1v1,1v4 size, and offline classes covering Oral, Vocabulary, Comprehension and Composition components – so your kiddo will be a whizz at Mandarin in no time! LingoAce also offers useful supplementary materials and homework exercises to reinforce learning after class, along with progress reports for parents so you get an overview of your child’s learning!

Redeem a free course consultation and complimentary trial class today! Sign up here!

Age range: 4-15 years
LingoAce Academy, 111 Somerset, #04-01 Singapore 238164,

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English Language Classes: British Council

Young or old, it’s never too late to improve your English! Starting from age 3 (including the super popular Learning Time with Shaun & Timmy), British Council classes aim to boost both literacy and social skills. They also run year-round study camps.
Ages: 3 to adult
British Council, various locations[email protected]

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Spanish Language Classes: The Spanish Council Singapore

Learning a new language can be daunting, but The Spanish Council Singapore makes lessons a little less intimidating with small groups of three to six students in each class. Lessons are more personalised, and the individual attention will help boost your confidence in mastering the language. The teachers are native speakers from Spain, and many are qualified as examiners for common exams boards such as the DELE, IGCSE or IB. As such, your child will be well-prepped for any Spanish language exams they will need to take. Lessons are available for students of all ages, and you don’t have to be skilled in the language to begin!
Ages: 3 to adult
The Spanish Council Singapore, 150 South Bridge Road, Fook Hai Building, #06-04A, Singapore 058727,

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Multi-language Classes: Agape School of Education

Agape School of Education is a private language school based in Singapore registered with the MOE. Their courses are designed for children and adults from Playgroup to University and beyond interested in learning a second (or third) language. Agape School of Education offers effective language studies in lieu of Mother Tongue for primary students who have to learn a foreign language, including German, French, Japanese, Spanish, Korean, and many more. They’re also known for their specialised and flexible programs, with the ability to design a course for any language to cater to your specific needs – whether you want to learn a language in order to converse, write, or in professional settings.
Age range: Playgroup (3-6 years) – Primary (7-11years) – Secondary (12-18 years) – University / Working Adults / Corporates
Agape School of Education, 153B Goldhill Centre, Level 3, Thomson Road, Singapore 307607, Tel: (+65) 6222 2331, WhatsApp: (+65) 9068 4767, [email protected],

French Language Classes: Alliance Française de Singapour

With more than seven decades of experience, Alliance Française offers French classes for children of all ages, regardless of their level of proficiency. Children will get to learn French in a fun yet structured way, where the immersive classes encourage interactions with one another. Alliance Française also offers focus courses that target specific learning objectives as well as courses for bilingual children. Their other programmes aim to enrich children’s knowledge of the French language and culture, and they include storytelling sessions at the library, screenings of child-friendly films at their in-house theatre, twice-yearly holiday camps and more. Plus, there’s a fabulous café at the centre where you can tuck into delicious French delicacies!

Alliance Française de Singapour, 1 Sarkies Road, 258130 Singapore,

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Malay Language Classes: Mini Uni

Mini Uni is a bilingual enrichment centre offering English-Malay courses and dedicated to growing inquisitive, confident and eloquent Malay-English speakers. While some of their students are made up of students with Malay as a mother tongue, they’re also equipped to teach students from non-Malay households and those looking to learn Malay as a third language. They pride themselves in being mini in size but major in ideas, making language-learning come alive through a myriad of interactive, innovative and engaging teaching techniques (including songs, role-playing and drama!). Mini Uni is a subsidiary of Mini Monsters Limited, an education company dedicated to developing original Singapore-made educational materials, courses and syllabi that are relevant to today’s generation. Armed with a team of qualified teachers with skills and experiences from being in the current theatre and tv industry, Mini Uni hopes to empower students to achieve their full potential whilst nurturing the love for the Malay Language!

Registration fees will be waived for all classes in 2021 when you use the promo code ‘Mama Monsters‘!

Age Range: 4 – 9 years old
How much: Starting from $500
Mini Uni, 3 Pemimpin Drive, #03-04 (Unit A), Lip Hing Industrial Building Singapore 576147,

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Started in 1993 and having grown to 19 locations all over the island, Berries is a popular Mandarin centre catering to children in nursery through primary school. It’s got an MOE-approved syllabus and believes in learning through social interaction, instilment of values and curriculum understanding.


Catering to young children in particular – with parent-accompanied classes starting from just 6 months – the Bibinogs curriculum is inspired by Multiple Intelligences Theory. Each class incorporates various “intelligences”, including movement, music, linguistic, math and more. Both enrichment and a full preschool option are available.

Boutique Education

With bespoke and engaging one-to-one classes, Boutique Education specialises in both Mandarin and English tuition (they can help with Maths and Science, too!). The preferred tuition provider of many of the international schools in Singapore, their lesson times and locations are completely flexible, and teachers are all native speakers who can create fun and interactive lessons for kiddos age 3 to 18. They also recently launched small group classes and camps over school holidays!


Mandarin specialist EduGrove aims to provide a fun alternative to more traditional classes emphasising rote memorisation; its playgroups and classes are interactive and creative, with an eye toward building confidence in both oral and written skills.

Hua Language Centre

One of the pioneer language centres in Singapore (they were actually established in 1992!) and registered with the MOE, Hua Language Centre teaches little ones from 18 months up to 16 years old. It’s a fave among parents who have gone for Chinese classes at Hua themselves and then sent their own kiddos because of the interesting and effective curriculum. Their no-franchise policy ensures all teachers are trained and genuinely care for their pupils, and it shows – they’ve got a stellar track record of more than 90% of their Primary 6 students achieving A / A* in their PSLE Chinese exam for over 20 consecutive years.


VivaLing is the world’s first online language academy, giving children as young as 3 personalised, 1-on-1 attention from native speakers with strong teaching backgrounds, all from the comfort of their own home! Instruction in both Mandarin and English is available, both adhering to MOE curriculum standards.

Yang Language School

Yang Language School follows the Bloom’s Taxonomy method of learning, which includes a six-step process: Acquire, Understand, Apply, Analyse, Evaluate and Create. This comprehensive framework aims to help the students navigate the art of learning Chinese successfully. Read more about them here.

YouLe Mandarin Centre

Specialising in kiddos as young as 6 months up to 6 years, YouLe’s action-packed classes incorporate innovative pedagogical practices to bring Mandarin alive and build confidence in expression. Under the watchful eye of their passionate and lively teachers (many of them preschool and early education experts) kiddos develop a true mastery of the language while also nurturing a love for learning. Other pluses include small class size to ensure plenty of personal attention.

More Language Schools in Singapore for French Lessons

French Studio

Offering classes for both adults and kiddos from the age of 3, this très chic studio in the East employs only native French speakers and offers both small group classes and personalised one-to-one instruction. French Studio also offers Mother Tongue classes for children from French-speaking countries, and is MOE-certified for students looking to opt out of other Mother Tongue options at local primary and secondary schools.

French Toast

French Toast specialises in teaching French with 100% native French teachers. The centre is registered with MOE, providing small classes with technology such as interactive whiteboards for a fun yet professional setting.

Other English Language Enrichment Schools in Singapore

Golden Compass School

Give your child the skills, concepts, techniques and knowledge on how to ace their English language! GCS helps students prepare academically and emotionally to face challenges ahead by adopting an integrated, holistic approach to teaching and learning. The highly qualified academic board and teachers were formally Principals of Mee Toh School, St’ Nicholas Girls School, Dunman Secondary School, Woodgrove Primary School, and more, so you know your kiddos will be in good hands, mama!

Jan & Elly

Does your little one need some extra help fine-tuning his or her English skills (either written or spoken word)? Jan & Elly has over 20 years’ experience making reading fun and easy, with an age-appropriate curriculum developed by English and psychology experts, and heaps of fun and creative activities like singing and arts & crafts. All teachers are English-speaking degree holders, and the class size is kept to a 1:10 ratio. Jan & Elly is a proud partner in the government’s “Speak Good English Movement” and also works with the Dyslexia Association of Singapore.

Japanese Language Schools in Singapore

Hougang Japanese Language School

Established by Mr Kenji Kitahara in 1983, who graduated from Kita Kyushu University in Japan and mastered Chinese (Mandarin) in the Nanyang University of Singapore, he has been contributing to the society of Singapore for over 30 years by imparting invaluable knowledge of Japanese to countless of sincere and keen learners.

Japanese Explorer

Japanese Explorer is a Japanese language school in Singapore that offers quality, affordable, and top-class Japanese language courses which cater to every age, level, or learning preference.

Spanish Language Schools in Singapore

Spanish Academy

Spanish Academy is a modern, passionate and personable school, ready to take you on your Spanish journey.

Spanish Studio

Spanish Studio is a Spanish language school situated on the East Coast of Singapore. They provide Spanish courses for adults and children, and you can choose to study with them in one of their popular group classes or in private tuition.

Spanish World Singapore

Spanish World has earned the Instituto Cervantes Accreditation Quality Seal, the only internationally recognized seal in the World in terms of Spanish Language Teaching Excellency. This goes beyond the obvious and basic need of having professional teachers.

Tamil Language Schools in Singapore

Jai Learning Hub

Jai Learning Hub offers quality Tamil tuition making learning an easy and enjoyable experience. Jai Learning Hub was founded by Mdm Devi, a well-known Tamil tutor with 10 years of private tutoring experience. She is a double degree graduate (Tamil and English) and has produced many A* and A1 students for PSLE and ‘O’ levels respectively every year.

Tamilcube Learning Centre

Tamilcube Learning Centre is a premium MOE Registered Tamil language school. They publish and distribute Tamil books, guides, story books and resources on top of being Singapore’s top Tamil E-Learning Platform. They specialise in teaching Tamil language to all levels including preschool, primary, secondary and even adults.

Multi-Language Schools in Singapore


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