In accordance with the Singapore Government's Post Circuit Breaker measure, we will be able to resume language classes on-site with effect from 19 June 2020, but will ensure safe distancing of at least 1 metre apart during the conduct of training, on top of all other measures in place (temperature taking, contact tracing records, travel declaration). As such we will be implementing safe distancing measures to ensure the safety of all our students and staff. Please refer to for the full list of safe distancing measures introduced: Safe Distancing (More Safety Measures) In view of the evolving COVID-19 cases globally, Headstart Language will [...]
About RuzainiRuzaini graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications and comes from a background in marketing, having previously worked at notable marketing agencies.
Picking up a new language is not as easy as it sounds. It requires time, patience and tons of practice. Learning a language is not just about knowing how to read, write and speak. A language at it's core, represents a unique culture and identity. As we are approaching the tail end of 2019, let us be reminded of the language learning goals you forgot about way back in 2018. It is all too common for us to form our own prejudice to people who are different from us. We tend to find the way they speak to be "funny" [...]
1 - Singapore is a modern and cosmopolitan city full of culture, historical sites, entertainment and great night life. 2 - Singapore people are famously open, friendly and easy going so you will have plenty of opportunity to meet local people and practice your English. 3 - The English spoken in Singapore is very close to British English yet it has its own character and melody. 4 - The city centre is relatively small to easily get around. 5 - Singapore has lots to offer to sports and nature lovers with plenty of sports facilities and parks, as well as lovely [...]
What is Loy Krathong? When we think of a Thai festival, the first thing that comes to mind is Songkran (เทศกาลสงกรานต์). However, there is another widely celebrated festival in Thailand known as the Loy Krathong festival (ลอยกระทง). The Loy Krathong, loosely translated as "floating container", is a nationwide celebration in Thailand but despite this, it is not an official public holiday. Loy Krathong falls on the 12th month of the Thai lunar calendar and differs every year. I would strongly recommend that you figure out the exact date of Loi Krathong before booking your flights to Thailand; if you plan [...]