Kiswahili kianzio cha Juniors

This junior Kiswahili Kianzio course is a thirty lesson teacher led course delivered over and average of 6 months. The course necessitates the parent/guardian involvement and supervision of the junior learner.

The teacher lessons are complemented with recorded video lessons, revision and progress tests, and additional supplementary reading material. This is delivered from our starte-of-the-art  online learning platform where the learner has lifetime access at no additional cost. With 24/7 access the learner can return to revise or brush up at any time.


This course has fantastic components and features of instruction that must be followed to fully optimise the learning goals. The learner is introduced to words, terms and statements dealing with gradual development and growth in communication in Kiswahili. The focus is on laying a strong foundation for the process of further language comprehension and articulation needed at the various developmental stages of your learning experience

Why Kiswahili kianzio cha Juniors?

Unlike generic learning language courses where the learner may just “go through the motions” and not really be challenged to speak with any degree of fluency even after a year of learning, with Kiswahili for juniors, the learners are guided by a proven system of learning- naturally that will stretch the learner’s indulge and cement adaptation.

More than a language course

The course is far more than lessons in a language. Through your dedication, learning will bring you to a reassertion of the bonding process in real life lessons that teaches respect and regard for self, family and ensures healthy environments for growth as a responsibility of those entrusted with knowledge at any level.

Geared Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of courses, in progression with stages, learners will be able to demonstrate knowledge and competencies of the following:

  1. 1
    An understanding of appropriate use of status, or recognition as it relates to the young, peers, seniors and eldership throughout socio-interactions.
  2. 2
    An understanding of expressions as they relate to the communication of feelings and thoughts.
  3. 3
    An understanding of what things are.
  4. 4
    An understanding of pronunciations.
  5. 5
    An understanding of verbal and written communication.

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Learn Together

The course can be taken in pairs, with a 50% discount for the second learner. This is a great way to reduce costs and has the added benefit of introducing an accountability partner for the learner.

Adjustments in interaction frequency could be made at any point based on Mwalimu assessments.

Note: Mwalimu lessons must be attended at the same time by both learners.

New Learner Parent / Guardian Enrolment 

Step 1:

To start the process choose whether you are enrolling one ore two junior learners in the course and make payment.

Step 2:

Following payment you will be presented with a form and instruction to enter the details of the learner(s). 

Step 3:

On submission of the form, you will have the option to book the first orientation session with Mwalimu.

Note: the parent/guardian will be expected to play a role in the learners progress and accountability throughout the programme.

About Mwalimu

Wambui Kamau is a native Swahili speaker with a background in teaching. She loves helping students of all ages and enjoys the challenge and rewards of helping them to speak Swahili with confidence.

  • 30hrs Teacher lessons
  • 25+hrs Recorded lessons
  • Retention & revision lessons
  • Certificated

Enrolment and fees

Enrolment must be completed by the parent/guardian of the junior learner. It's is recommended that the learner(s) have an email address that is not that of the parent or guardian as the online course content is personalised to the user. It is best to have these details at hand to complete the new learner registration successfully.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the learning curriculum?

The curriculum will be sent following a successful interview.

How do you attend the instructor-led lessons?

This is done over LIVE video conferencing platform. Full details will be provided on enrolment.

What standard of language is offered?

All course content and instructor-led sessions are centred on teaching the language in the way it is supposed to be spoken and written.

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