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P6 Power Boost Programme

 


 

F O R   P R I M A R Y  6   S T U D E N T S

P6 Power Boost Programme (Online)

This brand-new, 12-week online programme is an extension of our June PSLE Preparation Programme (PPP). Lessons are structured such that they complement our core curriculum programme. 

This programme is open to all existing students and non-TLL students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Power Boost Approach

The Power Boost lessons are conducted differently from our core curriculum lessons. The 12 online sessions are high energy, feedback-oriented and geared towards exam excellence to keep students engaged and focused for the entire hour.

 

A child focusing on a class assignment during tuition at The Learning Lab

High Energy

Each lesson incorporates quizzes, practices and active student participation opportunities.

A teacher conducting a  tuition class at The Learning Lab

Active Learning

Students can constantly practise knowledge retrieval, identify gaps in their knowledge and receive immediate feedback on their work.

Exam Excellence

Learn success criteria for key examinable components, proven exam-savvy strategies and top revision tips.


 

 


Comprehensive Preparation for the PSLE





Comprehensive Preparation for the PSLE

Answering
Strategies

For each subject, know exactly what examiners look out for in PSLE responses for every examinable component

Confidence-Building Exercises

Eliminate doubts and revise efficiently through short quizzes and practices with immediate feedback

Exam Management
Tactics

Reinforce time management, answer precision skills and effectively manage examination stress

Primary 6 English Power Boost Programme (Online)

OPEN TO ALL EXISTING STUDENTS AND NON-TLL STUDENTS

Programme Highlights

These extra lessons are an extension of our June PSLE Preparation Programme (PPP) and are structured to complement our core curriculum programme.

 

• High-energy lessons incorporate quizzes, practices and active student participation opportunities so that students can constantly practise knowledge retrieval, identify gaps in their knowledge and receive immediate feedback on their work.

• Consolidation and self-reflection exercises at the end of each lesson help to nurture students’ self-awareness and control — they are able to report on what they have learnt and have increased confidence in the subject.

• There is a focus on performance excellence in our lessons — success criteria for key examinable components (what examiners look out for in students’ responses, especially for open-ended components), exam-savvy strategies (e.g. time management, checking and editing of their work) as well as revision tips will also be covered during these lessons.


 

Topics & Components Covered

Lessons 1-4: Reading Comprehension

Lessons 5-6: Comprehension and Grammar Clozes

Lessons 7-8: Grammar and S&T

Lessons 9-12: Composition Writing

 

Students will learn to:

- Sharpen question-analysis skills and answering techniques to tackle a range of questions

- Review common errors and pitfalls through in-class discussion and error analysis


 

Programme Schedule
Location Date Time
Online Every Mon
8 Jul to 23 Sep
5pm to 6pm
Online Every Mon
8 Jul to 23 Sep
6pm to 7pm
Online Every Wed
3 Jul to 18 Sep
3pm to 4pm
Online Every Wed
3 Jul to 18 Sep
4pm to 5pm
Online Every Thurs
4 Jul to 19 Sep
3pm to 4pm
Online Every Thurs
4 Jul to 19 Sep
7:30pm to 8:30pm
Online Every Thurs
4 Jul to 19 Sep
8:30pm to 9:30pm


 

For P1 & P2 Students

 

 

Primary 6 Maths Power Boost Programme (Online)

OPEN TO ALL EXISTING STUDENTS AND NON-TLL STUDENTS

Programme Highlights

These extra lessons are an extension of our June PSLE Preparation Programme (PPP) and are structured to complement our core curriculum programme.

 

• High-energy lessons incorporate quizzes, practices and active student participation opportunities so that students can constantly practise knowledge retrieval, identify gaps in their knowledge and receive immediate feedback on their work.

• Consolidation and self-reflection exercises at the end of each lesson help to nurture students’ self-awareness and control — they are able to report on what they have learnt and have increased confidence in the subject.

• There is a focus on performance excellence in our lessons — success criteria for key examinable components (what examiners look out for in students’ responses, especially for open-ended components), exam-savvy strategies (e.g. time management, checking and editing of their work) as well as revision tips will also be covered during these lessons.


 

Topics & Components Covered

Lessons include revision of essential topics, including Primary 4 and 5 topics such as Area & Perimeter, Geometry and Volume.

 

Students will:

- Reinforce skills such as data analysis and spatial visualisation

- Sharpen question-analysis skills and answering techniques to tackle frequently appearing and higher-order thinking questions selected from past PSLE papers

- Go through timed practices that simulate exam conditions in order to train time-management skills

- Review common errors and pitfalls through in-class discussion and error analysis


 

Programme Schedule
Location Date Time
Online Every Tues
9 Jul to 24 Sep
5pm to 6pm
Online Every Tues
9 Jul to 24 Sep
6pm to 7pm
Online Every Wed
3 Jul to 18 Sep
3pm to 4pm
Online Every Thur
4 Jul to 19 Sep
5pm to 6pm
Online Every Thurs
4 Jul to 19 Sep
6pm to 7pm
Online Every Wed
3 Jul to 18 Sep
5pm to 6pm
Online Every Thurs
3 Jul to 18 Sep
6pm to 7pm


 

For P1 & P2 Students

 

 

Primary 6 Science Power Boost Programme (Online)

OPEN TO ALL EXISTING STUDENTS AND NON-TLL STUDENTS

Programme Highlights

These extra lessons are an extension of our June PSLE Preparation Programme (PPP) and are structured to complement our core curriculum programme.

 

• High-energy lessons incorporate quizzes, practices and active student participation opportunities so that students can constantly practise knowledge retrieval, identify gaps in their knowledge and receive immediate feedback on their work.

• Consolidation and self-reflection exercises at the end of each lesson help to nurture students’ self-awareness and control — they are able to report on what they have learnt and have increased confidence in the subject.

• There is a focus on performance excellence in our lessons — success criteria for key examinable components (what examiners look out for in students’ responses, especially for open-ended components), exam-savvy strategies (e.g. time management, checking and editing of their work) as well as revision tips will also be covered during these lessons.


 

Topics & Components Covered

Lessons include a selection of key topics from Primary 4 to 6 which students commonly struggle with. 

Topical quizzes with questions of increasing levels of difficulty will prepare students through the “testing effect”.

 

Students will learn:

- Key metacognitive strategies

- Question and Data analysis

- Diagram analysis: Visual literacy enables the interpretation of science diagrams

- Answering techniques

- To build content knowledge and practise answering techniques using relevant keywords on frequently-appearing questions

- Novel questions that address the PSLE trend of presenting concepts in an unusual context, so as to equip students with the skills to analyse unfamiliar information and identify the concepts being tested

- To hone experiment skills 

- Error analysis

- To identify key concepts and phrases in the answers of open-ended questions

- To identify common misconceptions

- To recognise common pitfalls in answering open-ended questions


 

Programme Schedule
Location Date Time
Online Every Tues
9 Jul to 24 Sep
5pm to 6pm
Online Every Tues
9 Jul to 24 Sep
6pm to 7pm
Online Every Wed
3 Jul to 18 Sep
3pm to 4pm
Online Every Thur
4 Jul to 19 Sep
5pm to 6pm
Online Every Thurs
4 Jul to 19 Sep
6pm to 7pm
Online Every Wed
3 Jul to 18 Sep
5pm to 6pm
Online Every Thurs
3 Jul to 18 Sep
6pm to 7pm


 

For P1 & P2 Students

 

 

 

 


 

Programme Details

 


Duration

12 x 1 hour lessons 

Fee

1 subject - $784.80 (w/ GST)
Bundle of 3 subjects - $2,118.96 (w/ GST)

Class Format

Online Classes

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How is Power Boost different from P6 core (English/Maths/Science) programmes for an existing TLL student? 

The Power Boost lessons are conducted differently from our usual core curriculum lessons. They incorporate the Test-Teach-Reflect approach where students can practise knowledge retrieval, identify gaps in their knowledge and receive immediate feedback on their work. Lessons are also structured to include consolidation and self-reflection exercises at the end of each lesson to nurture students’ self-awareness and control — they are able to report on what they have learnt and have increased confidence in the subject. 

 

2. How is Power Boost different from the Intensive Revision Programmes in June/ Sept? 

The topics and/or practices covered in Power Boost are different from the topics and/or practices covered in Intensive Revision (E/M/S) programmes in June and September. 

Power Boost is a slightly longer programme that dives deep into selected the topic/components and students have more time to reflect on their performance while Intensive Revision is a short programme for students who want a quick review of some of the topics/components covered in the examinations. 

For English Power Boost, each lesson focuses on a specific component (for example: Reading Comprehension) that the students will see in the PSLE. On top of reviewing the rules learnt, students will also learn tips and tricks in order to avoid making common mistakes. Students will also have time to reflect on their performance and receive personalised feedback to help them improve. On the other hand, Intensive Revision is a short programme that covers a range of components and serves as a form of extra practice for students.

For Mathematics Power Boost, the lessons are skill-based where students will learn how to apply the same skills across topics (eg: Spatial Visualisation skills is applied across topics such as Volume, Geometry, Area and Perimeter) whereas for Intensive Revision, the programmes cover topical revisions.

For Science Power Boost, key topics where students often struggled with are selected to be covered during each lesson whereas for Intensive Revision, it is more of a crash course for all the P5 topics (Jun IR) and all the P6 topics (Sep IR) to be covered during each programme.

 

3. Is this programme only for TLL students taking the same subject at TLL?

No. This programme is open to all P6 students - both TLL and non-TLL. Students do not need to be enrolled with us to sign up.

 

4. How do students receive their worksheets?

Worksheets are available to students in 2 ways:

• They can be downloaded and printed from our learning management system (TLL.360)

• They can be collected from our front desks at various locations (every 3 weeks)

 

5. Will the worksheets be marked?

Students are to submit worksheets on our learning management system (TLL.360) for marking by the teachers.

 

6. Is there any homework after each lesson?

Homework may be assigned based on the teacher’s assessment of each student’s learning needs.

 

7. Will lesson recordings be available for viewing after the lessons?

Yes. Lesson recordings will be available for 14 days after each lesson.

 

Watch This Space

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2021 programme details coming to you soon.


 


Limited Slots Available.
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Fill in the form below and you will receive a confirmation email on your registration within 3 days.
Do note that only existing TLL students can enrol for the Power Boost Programme(s).


 

Current Subject*
Preferred P6 Power Boost Subject*

Upon submitting the form, you will receive a call within the next 3 days to process enrolment, including class selection.