Elementary After School Programme


Cambridge International School offers Young Learners English!

Three fun, activity-based tests

  • three levels - Starters, Movers, and flyers - so children have a clear route for progression

  • quick to take so not intimidating
    e.g. Starters Listening (20 mins), Reading & Writing (20 mins), Speaking (3-5 mins)

  • specifically designed for 6-12 year-olds to increase their motivation to learn English - Familiar and interesting topics make it easier for children to realte to the tests and talk about them with confidence

  • appealing content and activities, such as drawing, colouring, and conversation, make the tests fun and enjoyable

We can help you to learn English

At Cambridge International School, learning English is more than just exams and grades. It’s about having the confidence to communicate and access a lifetime of enriching experiences and opportunities and demonstrate real-life communication skills. We believe that learning English should be fun and stimulating for children and we hope it will also be interesting for you to watch your child grow in confidence as he or she learns more and more English. Taking a test such as YLE Starters is an excellent way of motivating your child to learn and showing how much progress he or she has made. Whether you’re preparing to take one of our exams, or just want to improve your English, Cambridge International School can help you. Working with Cambridge Assessment English means access to a comprehensive range of support for your child.

Cambridge English exams for children

Our exams are designed and developed to motivate children from a young age right through their teenage years and beyond. They cover all four language skills – reading, writing, listening and speaking – and bring learning to life.

We provide exam preparation for the following:

Cambridge Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers.

They are fun, colourful, activity and theme based, motivating children to learn. All three of the qualifications are aligned with the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) published by the Council of Europe – the international standard to describe language ability. This makes it easy to see the progress your child is making in English, and for employers and educational institutions to recognise your child’s ability when they leave school.

Who should take the Starters exam?

Children who take the test are usually between the ages of 6 and 8, and have had about 100 hours of English lessons. Cambridge English Starters is the first of three Cambridge English: Young Learners (YLE) tests for children and the test will encourage your child to learn English from an early age and create a positive attitude to language tests.

Who should take the Mover’s exam?

Cambridge English Movers is the second of three Cambridge English: Young Learners (YLE) tests for children who are usually between the ages of 8 and 11, and have had about 175 hours of English lessons. This test will encourage your child to communicate in real-life situations in English and create a positive attitude to language tests.

Who should take the Flyers exam?

Cambridge English Flyers is the highest of three Cambridge English: Young Learners (YLE) tests for children usually between the ages of 9 and 12, and have been learning English as a second language for two to three years at school (about 250 hours of English classes). This test shows that your child can understand simple English in everyday situations and can communicate in basic English.

What happens when my child takes the exam?

There is no pass or fail for the test. Your child can get a maximum of five shields for each part of the test. The number of shields they are awarded for each part will be shown on their certificate. They will receive their certificate about a month after taking the test.

International English

- developed according to international standards
- tests children’s reading, writing, listening, and speaking based on realistic everyday situations, making communication come naturally

Structured Quality Approach

  • Aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) – the internationally accepted way to describe language ability:
    - Shows parents exactly how their children’s English is improving.

  • Reading and Writing, and Listening papers are makred in the UK, ensuring they are fairly and consistently marked.

  • All Cambridge English tests are respected for their quality, fairness and positive educational impact.


The monthly fees are shown below.

Tax is not included.

Course Time Once-a-week Twice-a-week
Elementary After School Programme 90min \16,000/month \28,000/month
120min \20,000/month \35,000/month

The registration fee for the Elementary course is 20,000 yen(+TAX). Tax is not included.

Family Discount

Where two or more children from the same family join the school we offer a discount on enrollment fees for the additional children.


Please contact us whenever you have questions.