Giving Our Future Generation A Leg Up
Enfiniti Academy collaborates with the Ministry of Education (MOE) and corporations to offer a Highly Immersive Programme to teach English through Speech & Drama in schools.
English Speech and Drama (H.I.P)
Breaking Down Barriers to Learning English
Enfiniti Academy’s English Speech and Drama Workshop is a unique way for underprivileged and rural schoolchildren to learn the English language.
Because children are natural play-actors, they learn best through their imagination. Our after-school Programme is a wonderful way for pupils from underprivileged and rural schools to learn English through high quality and engaging experiences. This Programme enables them to be immersed in the world of drama and use the English language in an exciting and exhilarating way.
Our aim is to give underprivileged children a chance to experience learning performing arts as this has been proven to be very useful for children’s development, particularly in raising their self-esteem and improving their communication skills.
Our vision is to help underprivileged children
- Gain confidence in English language skills
- Raise their self-esteem
- Give them the opportunity to dream bigger dreams
If you want to be a part of this programme as a sponsor or as a participating school, contact us today.
" Public Schools need more programmes like these where students and teachers pick up skills and new methods of pedagogy. Body language is a very important life skill, having to act things out and express themselves clearly & being aware of their emotions .The programme has benefited many of the students with their self confidence and providing them an avenue for their creativity! Many are proactive in organizing their own drama skits and would engage with their teachers in english, they learn and remember their lines in english better." SK Kanchong Darat English Panel Head | Madame Wong
“English has always been deemed as a killer subject for my students. This particular workshop had helped to slowly ease this colossal fear etched in the mind of the students. The exposure given to them assisted them to view English in another fun and engaging spectrum beyond tests, grammar drills and rote learning that they were used to. They now knew there were myriads of medium and approaches close at their hands for them to learn and use English effectively.” SJK(C) Yoke Kuan | Muhammad Arsya • English Teacher
“Schools need more programmes like these where students pick up skills and not just head knowledge. Interaction is very important in the learning process, & having to act things out and express themselves. This helps the students greatly to remember the meaning of words which makes a large impact on them.” SJK(T) Ladang Behrang River | English Panel Head • Ms Kasthuri
“The teachers have worked very closely with the programme and the school is very happy with the results. We have all been rewarded with the students improving and developing a deep interest in english, they try their best to communicate but are not as shy as before. We were very thankful to have the support of Enfiniti Academy & the PTA Parents supporting us. These collaborative efforts are what more schools require, Education doesn’t stop at school, and programmes with language like this bring language into the household strengthening their grasp of the language” SK Meru Jalan Tap | Tuan Hj. Mohd Abd Manaf • Guru Besar
SMK Padang Tembak set up an independent Drama Club and wrote scripts, directed and performed for Teacher’s Day in front of their whole school in 2015 and 2016. The teacher, Noor Azian Muhammad, noted a significant improvement in confidence levels and said the club served as a beneficial platform for English Language usage and proficiency since 2015.” Recently, two of the students scored an A and A+ respectively for English in SPM, higher than their average marks. SMK Padang Tembak
“Klang PPD is extremely thankful to Yayasan Sime Darby and Enfiniti Academy to have chosen schools in our district. The teachers are pleasantly surprised on their students potential to communicate in English. The program is fun for the students and teachers to conduct, the students forget they are learning. We hope more schools would be awarded the chance of this program in the future. Our school students have shown are great in interest with the English Language after the first phase workshops.” District Language Officer Klang Delo | Puan Marina Mokhtar