Every student has a different learning curve. We know that success is not a one-path journey. Our cohesive curriculum does not just give your child the knowledge he or she needs to excel in school, we also offer comprehensive enrichment programs that will equip your child with the right tools and know-how to tackle challenges, wherever they may be on their learning journeys. New enrichment programs as new needs are identified.
Our current programs include (but are not limited to) the following:
A: Critical Thinking in Science
Students who cannot score in Science Open Ended often face a few issues. Typically, they
- do not know how to apply the concepts that are taught,
- cannot understand why their answers are incorrect,
- practise but are unable to pick up on the keywords for the topic,
- do not know what keywords to use,
- do not see the mistakes they have made
This workshop focuses on dealing with these weak areas.
For each question, we will provide a typical student’s answers; your child is likely to provide an answer that is similar.
We then proceed to show them how to think and identify what has gone wrong in these answers. In this manner, once they are proficient, they would be able to identify their own mistakes and which keywords are missed out. In each of these sessions, we will also revise the keywords for each topic.
We will be training your child to think critically, enhance their understanding and application of the Science concepts topically and guide them on answering techniques.
B. English: Synthesis and Transformation (irregular form)
In this 2-day workshop, we will cover various types of questions in order to prepare students for tricky question types during the examination. Students will revise how to use present, past and past perfect tenses. They will be exposed to different word forms and will be able to change nouns into adjectives or verbs, and vice-versa.
C. English: Situational Writing Revision
This is a 1-day workshop where we will cover writing tips as well as potential pitfalls that students should avoid when attempting the situational writing component. Students will be reminded of and revise the formats for both informal and formal letter writing, as well as the type of language that should be used in such letters. Students will be exposed to a variety of situations and they will complete writing practices in class.
D. Scoring For Math
This is a short 4-day workshop aimed at helping your child cover final topical revision. The first part, consisting of 2 sessions, focus on Paper 1 where we cover at least 85% of typical questions, a review of the different techniques to tackle these questions as well as how to reduce and avoid careless mistakes.
Sessions 3 & 4 are geared towards and focused on Paper 2 (which contributes 55% of the overall subject weightage). We review at least 85% of the question types typically asked, help your child revise and remember the various Math concepts they’ve been taught, as well as look at techniques to achieve speed and accuracy, even as they check their answers and workings.
E. PSLE Science Revision (Lower Block & P5 Topical Review)
This is a short workshop that is aimed at the P6 student at the start of their school year. The sessions seek to remind your child of “Lower Block” topics typically covered in P5 and provides for in-depth reviews of the following areas:
- Reproduction in Animals
- Reproduction in Plants
- Respiratory System
- Circulatory System
- Electrical System
- Water & Changes of State and Water Cycle
- Plant Transport System
- Human Digestive Systems
- Life Cycle of Plants and Animals
- Matter and States of Matter
- Heat and Temperature
For each topic, we will be covering key concepts and keywords, exam answering techniques and common mistakes.