Primary Math Tuition & Enrichment Programmes For P1 to P6

An enriching and practical education in mathematics will benefit your child both in the classroom and in the real world.

Our primary school math programmes build your child’s knowledge and understanding of important math concepts. Armed with content mastery and a strong focus on fundamental techniques, problem-solving skills and heuristics, your child will be able to excel in math.

A Comprehensive Approach to Learning Mathematics

In addition to customised topical tutorials, your child’s lessons will also include practice tests, enrichment modules, topical tests and detailed notes. Dedicated and passionate teachers make static concepts come alive, showing your child the real world value and function of math in practice. Materials which feature a range of question types and difficulty levels also ensure that your child’s success in the subject is tailored to suit his or her learning needs.

Primary 1 and 2 — Building a Firm Foundation

Lower primary school students are of the perfect age to learn new mathematical concepts and build a strong confidence in his or her mathematical abilities. Through a range of fun activities and lessons, your child will have a strong understanding of key mathematical terms and concepts.

At primary 1 and 2, your child can look forward to learning about topics such as:
– Whole Numbers (Numbers to 100, Number Patterns and The Four Operations)
– Money
– Fractions
– Measurement (Length, Mass, Volume and Time)
– Measurement (Length, Mass, Volume and Time)
– Geometry (2D shapes, 3D shapes and Pattern Sequences)
– Data Analysis (Picture Graphs)
– Word Problems — Heuristics

Primary 3 and 4 — Mastering Skill Sets

Middle primary school students can look forward to lessons that help them to hone their math skills.

Special attention to the precision of mathematical working will ensure that your child does not only find answers, but thoroughly understands how to derive solutions based on mathematical rules and equations. Children of this age group will also be introduced to new concepts and topics, while learning how to excel at more complex questions based on early primary content.

At primary 3 and 4, your child can look forward to learning about topics such as:
– Whole Numbers (Number Notation, Place Values, Prime Numbers, Factors and Multiples and Order of
Operations)
– Algebra (Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers)
– Area & Perimeter (Composite Figures, Borders, Overlaps and Fractions)
– Decimals (Number Notation, Ordering, Conversion from Fractions, Multiplication)
– Patterns (Group, Linear and Square)
– Parallel & Perpendicular Lines (Identification and Drawing)
– Symmetry (Identification and Formation)
– Geometry (Types, Construction, Properties, Rotations)
Tables & Graphs (Data Analysis)

Primary 4 GEP students can look forward to learning about additional topics such as:
– Prime Numbers
– Multiplication of Decimals
– Area of Triangles
– Average (Mean, Median and Mode)
– Number Sequences (Recognition of Patterns, Triangular Numbers, Pascal Triangle, Factorials)
– Tessellations (Identification, Drawing and Completion)

Primary 5 and 6 — Refining and Perfecting Techniques

Upper primary students focus on PSLE preparation.

With the dedicated guidance of teachers and diligent practice, your child will fine tune their methods for analysing and solving math questions across the full range of examinable topics.

At primary 5 and 6, your child can look forward to learning about topics such as:
– Algebra and Algebraic Expressions (Simplification, Evaluation and Substitution)
– Fractions (Four Operations, Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions)
– Percentage (Conversion with Decimals and Fractions, Expression and Increase / Decrease)
– Ratio (Equivalent Rations and Ratio of Two or More Quantities)
– Speed, Distance and Time
– Circles, Semicircles and Quarter Circles (Area, Perimeter, Circumference)
– Area & Perimeter (Composite Figures)
– Volume and Surface Area (Cubes and Cuboids)
– Whole Numbers (Four Operations, Factors, Multiples and Estimations)
– 2D Solid Figures (Cube, Cuboid, Cone, Cylinder, Prism and Pyramid)
– Geometry (Angle Properties of Triangles and Quadrilaterals and Geometrical Construction)
– Pie Charts (Reading and Interpretation)
– Decimals (Four Operations)
– Rates (Direct and Indirect)
– Number Patterns (Gauss Summation, Linear, Triangular and Square)

Our Core Programmes for Primary School Math

Join us for our core programmes in math, which we offer at each level from primary 1 through to primary 6.