Cheryl’s Age

The professor who came up with the question on Cheryl’s birthday wants us to guess her age now. ****SPOILER ALERT**** If you don’t want to spend your weekend wrecking brains our the brat Cheryl’s age, our Maths expert Wallace has the solution here. Enjoy! Step 1: The product of all our ages is 144 A,[…]

March Holiday Programme

The March school holidays are here soon and we are planning exciting programmes for you! Check out what we are offering! Monday March 16 – Friday March 20  Upper-Primary Intensive Composition Writing (12-2pm) -We teach the latest three-picture composition format, explain how to tackle it and provide intensive exercises for the entire March holiday. –[…]

Happy News

It’s our job to teach and to help whenever we can. Of course, when we know we did make a difference, that would totally make our day. One of the students texted me today just to thank me for teaching him the use of the ratio cross multiply two weeks ago. It was a five-mark[…]

Fun Maths

Tuition classes are typically boring. And the poor children are usually so tired after school. So it’s always our objective to have fun even as we learn. In one of the segments for our P3/4 Maths class, the student needs to think react quickly to Maths problem posed by Wallace. Every correct answer gives him[…]

Learning to Tell the Time

Telling the time from an analog clock doesn’t come naturally especially in this day when everything is digital. Here, I created three sets of cards. The first set would be “5 minutes”, “10 minutes”, “a quarter” etc. The second set would be “before”, “to”, “past”, “after”. The third set would be “2”, “5”, “9”, “noon”, “midnight”.[…]