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What We Do

Small Class Size of 10

Interactive English and Writing Zoom Lessons

Weekly Kahoot Quizzes

(For Primary Classes)

Live, On-The-Spot-Marking

Write Edge Malaysia offers English and Writing courses for children from age 8 to 15 years old. Write Edge helps students to read, write and speak confidently in the English Language!

Write Edge’s structured and effective curriculum and lessons allow our students to learn in an engaging and productive way.

Why Choose Write Edge Malaysia?

13 years of creative writing curriculum experience

More than 5000 students taught and trained by us.

80% of the students at Write Edge scored an A / A* for their Singapore National Examinations over past 5 years.

At Write Edge, we break down a big learning goal into bite-sized steps to make the mastery of English and Writing easy for our students.

Have any questions? We’d love to help!

Reach our centre managers or customer service associates via a call or text at +60 17-599 6077

    Our Programmes

    Primary Creative Writing

    Our highly-effective Writing Classes equip your child with the ability to write English fluently and confidently. Our writing skills and techniques originated from Write Edge Singapore and we offer strong English foundation and writing programmes for children from ages 8 to 15.

    Creative Writing Skills & New Vocabulary

    Students are taught how to apply a consistent set of Creative Writing skills in their compositions. New vocabulary is introduced through different story topics each week.

    Composition Writing

    Students complete a full composition in class every 1 – 2 weeks. Each student will receive detailed, written feedback at the end of each lesson. Our lessons are structured according to skills-based, guided writing, and independent writing classes.

    Secondary Writing Mastery

    Our students will be introduced to a series of crucial skills and relevant practices that can help them to nurture meaningful authorship beyond mere academic excellence.

    Pre-Secondary Programme

    Advanced Grammar and Vocabulary with Creative Writing Skills

    Secondary Programme

    Model Compositions

    A Dilemma

    By Annabelle Chee, Class SL1

    (🌟* Began with a setting description! *) The glass door of the shopping mall slid open, as if welcoming him to its embrace. (🌟* personification! …

    Commotion Outside The Classroom

    By Celestyn Faye Collantes Tan, Y4, Class T2L3

    (🌟Story starter: Speech!) “Hence, Perfect Tense is used when we are talking about…. “Mrs Amirah explained as she gestured animatedly with her …

    The Worst Day of My Life

    By Giselle Chong, Y6

    (🌟Story starter: Speech!) “Nico Di Angelo, the hospital is calling you.” the teacher drawled as he handed the phone over. “Thank you, …

    Saving Mother Earth

    By How Kim, Y4

    (🌟Story starter: Speech!) “Goodbye, I will see you tomorrow!” Tom hollered and waved farewell to his friends. It was a sweltering afternoon …

    A Terrifying Incident

    By Jadon Peng de la Mar, Y3

     It was a beautiful sunny day, and the (🌟 *weather description*) sun was high up in the sky, white fluffy clouds drifting about sleepily. It was ..

    An Argument

    By Jervyn Lew, Y3

     (🌟* S+ST+AT!*) “Hurry up, we’re going to be late!” my mother hollered as she waited at the front door. As quick as a lightning, (🌟*simile!*) I …

    Our Qualified Teachers

    Teacher Nicolette

    Co-founder of Write Edge Learning Centre

    Master of Education in English Language
    National Institute of Education

    Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in English Literature
    Nanyang Technological University

    A dedicated, goal-driven and resourceful educator, Teacher Nicolette has over 10 years of experience in teaching English and Writing. She is adept at creating a safe and positive classroom learning environment and having clear, written-out learning goals for each student.

    Teacher Christopher Lai

    Bachelor of Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
    University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus

    Teacher Chris is a dedicated teacher and mentor who has been fulfilling his purpose and duty in the frontline of education for the past 6 years. He nurtures children and adolescents in developing habitual readership, skilled…

    Teacher Kelly

    Bachelor of Science (Hons), Psychology
    International Medical University

    Teacher Kelly has always had a passion for working with children. Even when she was a schoolgirl at the tender age of fourteen, she had started tutoring both English and Maths. As she grew older, her love for teaching and…

    Teacher Wendy Ong

    Bachelor Degree in Business Administration (BBA) (Hons) (Finance)
    Universiti Utara Malaysia ( Northern University of Malaysia)

    Teaching English has always been a passion for Teacher Wendy who started tutoring primary students during her school days. Being an active member in Toastmasters has further developed…

    Teacher Thivesni Guna

    BBA Finance with Multimedia
    Multimedia University

    Teacher Thivesni is a numbers person by profession and has a knack of using the English language to her strength to decipher the most complex analysis. She believes in the strength of using words that are precise to the condition as any single mistake always unravels in ways we cannot understand or comprehend at the end of the day.

    Teacher Eileen

    Co-founder of Write Edge Learning Centre

    B.A. Business Management
    University of London

    Teaching experience of 10 years
    Creative Writing Teacher for 5 years

    In the past 10 years, Teacher Eileen has amassed experience in teaching students aged 5 to 12 from different backgrounds.

    Teacher Jun Eng

    M.A Higher Education and Student Administration
    Beijing Normal University

    Passion, Patience, Perseverance is what Teacher Jun believes in her years of teaching career. Using her lively energy, Teacher Jun’s classroom is always a joyous place to learn English. 

    Teacher Alea

    Masters of English Language Studies 
    University of Malaya

    Being a writer has always been fascinating to me, telling stories, and capturing the minds of readers. Although, life has it that I stumbled upon the role of a part-time English teacher almost 10 years ago at a language centre teaching primary and lower secondary school students, and conducting English camps at schools in several states.

    Teacher WoonKwan Siew

    B.A. (Hons), International Business
    Universiti Malaysia Sabah

    Teacher Kwan is a patient and kind English teacher with teaching experience nurturing preschoolers and primary students. She believes that English can be fun especially with Creative Writing. 

    Teacher Susann

    Masters of Applied Linguistics
    University Putra Malaysia

    Teacher Susann believes that even adults can learn from students. She believes that in a classroom, teaching and learning should be done both ways in which the student learns from the teacher and the teacher also learns from the student.

    What Parents & Students Say About Write Edge

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Running an English course online certainly has its advantages. In our tech-savvy world, online English Learning has become a handy tool for parents seeking effective language education for their children. Here are several reasons why online English learning can be an excellent choice for your child’s language development.

    1. Flexible and Convenient Learning
      Online English classes allow kids to learn at their own pace. Parents can schedule lessons at times that suit their family’s routine, making it fit language learning into their busy lives.

    2. Customised and Self-Paced Learning
      Online platforms offer courses tailored to your child’s language level, interests, pace and goals. This ensures that they focus on areas where they need improvement.

    3. Diverse Learning Materials
      There’s a treasure trove of learning materials made available online, from engaging videos and interactive activities to fun vocabulary quizzes. These resources make learning enjoyable.

    4. Cost-Effective Learning
      Online English courses and lessons are often more affordable than traditional classes. Many platforms these days offer free courses, and many of the paid ones are budget-friendly, making language learning accessible for all.

    5. Enhanced Technical Skills
      Online learning helps kids become tech-savvy and comfortable with digital tools. These skills are useful in today’s world and can benefit them in various aspects of life.

    Learning English online is a choice that can help your child succeed in our increasingly interconnected world. Sign up for one today!

    Write Edge’s Creative Writing Programme offers comprehensive instructions, combining peer learning with lessons and writing assignments, coupled with personalised teacher’s feedback and guidance to help you develop your creative writing skills. If you follow our weekly lessons closely, we will be exploring level-tailored vocabulary and materials, expounding on various creative writing techniques, as well as storytelling abilities following a well-structured narrative plot. What’s not to like about crafting your very own character from scratch – using only your imagination and a little pixie dust?

    Interested to learn creative writing but unsure of where to start? Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get started:

    1. Set a Writing Goal
      Determine your objectives for learning creative writing. Are you looking to write fiction, non-fiction, poetry, or improve your general writing skills? Having clear goals will guide your online learning journey.

    2. Select an Online Course
      Enrol in online creative writing courses offered by reputable platforms, universities of writing schools. Look for courses that align with your writing aspirations, goals and schedule. For more information on Write Edge Creative Writing Courses, check out our website at

    3. Join Writing Communities
      Participate in online writing communities and forums. There are many platforms out that offer a space for you to share your work, receive feedback and connect with other fellow writers.

    4. Participate in Writing Challenges
      Engage in online writing challenges such as short story competitions or poetry writing. These events can provide structure and motivation for your writing projects.

    5. Seek Feedback
      By sharing your work online, you gain invaluable constructive feedback as a writer. Be open to critique and use it to refine your skills as you grow.

    6. Create a Writing Portfolio
      As you gradually gain confidence and produce polished work, compile them into a digital portfolio. This portfolio can serve as a showcase of your work when you are ready to share it with the world.

    7. Learn about Storytelling Techniques
      Study the art of telling stories, including plot and character developments, as well as various narrative structures. Here at Write Edge, our teachers spend a substantial amount of time teaching children to tell a story by applying creative writing techniques (e.g. Show-Not-Tell, 5 senses) in increasingly complex topics across a year’s span.

    8. Experiment with Different Genres
      Don’t limit yourself to one genre. Experiment with various forms of creative writing to discover where your interests and strengths lie.

    Remember, learning creative writing is an ongoing process. Stay committed to your writing journey, seek inspiration and keep honing your craft to become a proficient and confident writer.

    With creative writing courses gaining popularity over the years, here are some key components and insights into what is typically taught in a creative writing course.

    1. Writing Fundamentals
      Creative writing courses often begin with a focus on basic writing principles to get you started. This includes grammar, punctuation and sentence structures, just to name a few. These fundamentals serve as the building blocks for more advanced writing.

    2. Character Development
      Students learn to create well-rounded, memorable characters. They delve into character backgrounds, motivations, desires and introduce conflicts to develop engaging and believable characters.

    3. Plot and Structure
      The Creative Writing course at Write Edge does emphasise on the essentials of crafting engaging plots and narrative structures. Students learn how to create tension, build suspense and structure a clear storyline from beginning till the end.

    4. Setting and World-Building
      Creative writing courses emphasise the creation of vivid settings and worlds, whether real or entirely fictional, students learn to describe environments and build believable settings with strings of words.

    5. Revision and Editing
      Effective writing often involves numerous revisions, drafts and edits. Students learn how to review and refine their work on a weekly basis to improve on clarity, coherence, overall delivery and quality.

    6. Personalised Feedback and Live Marking
      Good creative writing courses include live marking and critique sessions. During these sessions at Write Edge, teachers offer personalised feedback to individual students to help refine their writing.

    7. Creative Exercises and Prompts
      Creative writing courses frequently include in-class exercises, writing prompts and guided activities to stimulate creativity, encourage experimentation and expand students’ writing abilities.

    Creative writing courses aim to provide students with a well-rounded experiment in writing, fostering creativity, critical thinking, and self-expression.

    Composition, coming from the Latin componere, meaning ‘put together’, refers to the art of crafting well-structured and creative pieces of written work. It encompasses various forms of written expression such as creative writing, storytelling, personal narratives and descriptive pieces.

    Essay writing on the other hand is a specific type of composition that follows a structured format. Unlike compositions, it involves presenting arguments or analysing topics in a more logical and organised manner.

    A composition is usually a piece of written work that expresses thoughts, ideas, or experiences based on a specific topic given. It is a form of written expression that can range from personal narratives to informative pieces.

    Purpose of Composition Writing:
    Compositions serve various purposes, such as conveying information, sharing personal experiences, persuading, entertaining or simply improving communication skills, amongst many others.

    Importance of Compositions in Education
    Compositions are an integral part of education, helping students develop critical thinking, improve communication and writing skills. They are commonly used to assess a student’s ability to express ideas effectively.

    Essay Writing
    An essay is a focused piece of writing that presents a well-structured argument or analysis of a specific topic. Essays can take various forms too, depending on their purpose and audience.

    Purpose of Essay Writing:
    Essays are used to inform, persuade, entertain or educate. They are more commonly found in academic papers and other professional and creative contexts, serving mainly as a tool for conveying information and ideas.

    Types of Essays
    There are five main types of essays namely exploratory essays, argumentative essays, descriptive essays, narrative essays and persuasive essays. As the names imply, exploratory essays explore a topic without forming a particular argument; an argumentative essay usually presents a thesis statement persuading the reader of a specific viewpoint; descriptive essays paint a vivid picture by using sensory details; narrative essays tells a story while persuasive essays aim to convince the reader of a particular stance or point.

    By understanding the various forms of writing, you too can become a more proficient and confident writer.

    A good composition is usually clear in its expression, contains engaging and relevant content that are captivating to the readers; has a well-organised structure to it with ideas flowing logically, all of which expressed explicitly in a unique voice or style while adhering to appropriate conventions.

    Writing a good composition boils down to these few key ingredients.

    1. Clarify and Focus
      A good composition should have a clear and focused main idea. It should be easy for the readers to understand what the composition is about.

    2. Structure and Organisation
      A well-organised content is critical. A good composition typically has a logical flow with an introduction, body and concluding paragraphs. Each paragraph should have a specific purpose and the transitions between them should be smooth.

    3. Captivating Introduction
      Grab your reader’s attention with your very first sentence! This can be a surprising statistic, a thought-provoking question or a brief anecdote that relates to your topic.

    4. Supporting Evidence
      Back up your main points with evidence. Use examples, statistics or quotes to make your composition more persuasive and credible.

    5. Concise and Precise Language
      Avoid unnecessary wordiness. Be straight to the point in your language. Say what you need to say without unnecessary filler.

    6. Voice and Style
      Develop your own voice and style as a writer. Let your personality shine through your words but keep it appropriate for the audience and subject matter discussed.

    7. Revision
      Writing is rewriting. Don’t be afraid to revise your composition. The first draft is rarely perfect. Take the time to review and constantly make improvements.

    In short, a good composition is clear, well-organised, engaging and supported by sufficient evidence. Coupled with precise language and a unique style, you too can create compositions that are informative and captivating for your readers.

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    Have any questions? We’d love to help!
    Reach our centre managers or customer service associates via a call or text at +60 17-599 6077