Mandarin course for kids

K.T. Century Education are offering exciting Mandarin classes for kids over 3 years old. Our qualified teachers will ensure your children will have fun and learn Mandarin including speaking, reading and writing. Our students love our classes. Besides, our teachers are all holding Mandarin proficiency certificate (over Level 2 -A), your kids will learn correct Mandarin without any incorrect dialect. To cater to your schedule, we offer classes online after school, during the weekend and also throughout the holidays. 


What students will learn?


This course, participants will learn how to read and write the commonly used Chinese radicals which still form the basis of modern Chinese writing. By mastering these radicals, students will learn other ideographs more easily and how to use a Chinese/English dictionary more quickly. Students will also learn to converse in everyday situations.

Why learn with K.T?


Qualified Teachers with Chinese teaching license

There are over 200 distinct varieties of Chinese, most of Chinese may have different dialect varying from city to city. To ensure you are learning official Chinese - Mandarin, all of our teachers have achieved above Level 2-A in the Putonghua (Mandarin) Proficiency Test, an official test of fluency in Chinese.

Wealth of teaching experience in Mandarin 

Our teachers have a wealth of teaching experience in both China and Australia, with their patience, dedication and responsibility invariably well received by students.

Enjoyable learning

Our Chinese teachers with rich teaching experience, make sure to make lessons fun, so students realise Chinese doesn't have to be boring to learn.

Students can gain certification

After students have been taught by us, they will be invited to complete the Youth Chinese Test (YCT) to receive official certification. This gives parents the ease of mind that their children are gaining real, applicable skills for the future.


Good school publicity

Gifted students taught by us will have the opportunity to participate in a number of competitions or performances - this is a great way to advertise the school’s diversity and generally gain some good publicity. 


Ten-person classes

Small classes greatly improve the quality of teaching, teachers interact with students individually so that students enjoy a personalised learning experience

Promotion of some Chinese culture essentials

In addition to teaching and writing, the teacher will read stories (such as Kong Rong to pear, Pei Xiu Xue Li, Meng mother three moves, etc.) in the form of teaching Chinese rituals.

       Why Learn Mandarin?


Your Child’s Future!


Mandarin Chinese has become one of the most sought after languages in recent years. Understandably so, as an early fluency in Mandarin can provide children with a hefty advantage in their future. Professor David Crystal, one of the world's most renowned linguists, describes how monolingual English speakers now face genuine competition in the multilingual. His claims are well supported by the fact that over 30 million people now learn Chinese worldwide.

         Mandarin in Australia


With growing demand from parents and also within a professional environment to learn Mandarin, there's no better time than now. Studies suggest that children under the age of 15 possess the mental flexibility to learn Chinese rapidly. They also advocate speaking Chinese and learning the language as a whole to understand the culture involved when dealing in China.


         China – a rising world economic power


China is a major source of Australia's immigrant workforce, and is the home of many Australian international students. Our relationship only grows stronger with China as they have certainly boosted our tourism industry, with China also being a popular holiday destination for Australians 


        Why teach Mandarin to my child now?

Early exposure to the Chinese language can help make the crucial steps towards achieving fluency. Children especially have an unparalleled ability to learn languages through studies suggest one's ability to absorb a new language is a skill that rapidly declines with age.


Dr Robyn Moloney, a senior lecturer at Macquarie University, notes that research shows "second-language learning increased cognitive power, divergent thinking and creativity, enhanced literacy ability in the first language and communicative abilities". Dr Moloney says children have the ability to understand and use a second, third or fourth language without inhibition, without confusion and, "with a beautiful accent".

        Type of courses


Small class: (for 3-5 years old)


  • Daily Chinese common conversations

  • Simple Chinese characters: colour, numbers, time, etc

  • Chinese songs and stories


Enlightenment classes: (for over 5 years old)


  • Chinese characters, associated with important vocabulary.

  • Oral expression ability, training openings and improving self-confidence.

  • Writing rules, correct writing posture.

  • Traditional Chinese culture: poetry and etiquette, respecting your elders and good manner