We aim to enable our students to acquire mathematical concepts and skills for everyday use and continuous learning in mathematics.
We often ask parents to involve their child in everyday mathematical task.
For example, when shopping or buying meals, get children to calculate amount due and handle the paying and receiving of change.
Another example would be the calculation of time. Get children to keep track of time.
You will be amazed at how quickly children learn mathematical concepts when applied to daily tasks.
We aim to enable our students to develop thinking, reasoning, communication, application and metacognitive skills through a mathematical approach to problem solving.
We know younger children learn better through a pictorial approach. And it is the reason why The Model Method is essential in mathematical problem solving in Primary Students.
We understand that many Primary Students face difficulty in the long questions in Paper 2, as such our Primary Mathematics Programme include a module where the main focus is on problem solving.
We aim to enable our students to build confidence and foster greater interest in mathematics.
Children lose confidence when given questions that are beyond their capability to solve.
Our lessons are customised to the students' ability and knowledge so they can work at their optimal pace.
It is also essential that any gaps in their learning be filled quickly to keep up with school assessments
Further delay usually means the students start to lose confidence in their abilities and also lose interest in the subject when returned with poor assessment results