PSLE, Secondary School and Competition Math Specialist
Advanced and Competition Mathematics
Our classes are fully online from April 2020
Advanced mathematics program building on the school math curriculum. Skills gained are useful for math competitions and olympiads such as SASMO, NMOS, SMOPS and RIPMWC, Mathlympics, AMC and AMC8.
Each lesson starts out with the teacher going through key concepts and examples, followed by students practicing problems under close guidance of the teacher. Our syllabus builds on what students learn in school – this natural progression ensure that students will be able to pick up new mathematical knowledge and skills with ease. The advanced skills acquired in our courses are useful and relevant for math olympiad competitions and GEP.
Our Learning Focus
Foundation-Building and Accelerated Learning
Primary 1 and 2
It is very important to build a strong maths foundation in a child’s early years. This foundation will determine how fast and effectively a child can learn and pick up new mathematical skills and knowledge in the later years of their schooling journey. Our curriculum focuses on building interest, engagement and understanding in the subject. We accelerate learning of the school curriculum even as we start teaching students advanced math concepts
Primary 3 and 4
Our students start to learn and practice intermediate and advanced concepts that will help them in high level math tests and competitions such as the GEP Test, SASMO, New South Wales Math Competition, AMC, AMO and ACS(I) Mathlympics.
Critical Thinking and
Primary 5 and 6
In this stage, we equip students with critical thinking skills, advanced problem solving techniques and in-depth understanding of math topics in order to score well in the toughest math competitions. We will expose them to a variety of competition questions of progressive difficulty, and show them how to accurately evaluate each question, and choose the best method to solve for the answer.
Competition Math Topics
Syllabus may be adjusted according to the students’ ability
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