Primary 3 to 6

Programmes for Primary 3 to Primary 6

As your child progresses to upper primary, there are more subjects to learn and the focus shifts to mastery of skills and knowledge.

Our curriculum and lessons are designed to ensure that your child is not only able to master the content and techniques included in the MOE syllabus, but is also encouraged to speak up, ask questions, and further explore themes and concepts he or she is interested in via our structured-inquiry learning approach.

At Primary 5 and 6, lessons are geared towards PSLE excellence and mastery.

Class duration:
P3P4: 1 hour 45 mins
P5P6: 2 hours
Class size: Maximum 12 students

7 year old girl reading and writing

Enrichment & Tuition Classes for Primary 3 to Primary 6 PSLE (English, Maths & Science)

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Primary 3 to Primary 6 – English

  • WRITE ON!We get your child interested in writing by inquiring into children’s books, learning best writing and characterisation techniques and how to emulate them
  • RAISING READERSOur passages incorporated into our curriculum are taken from literary works and non-fiction, exposing your child to different text types while honing their reading comprehension skills and encouraging them to read critically


    We focus on developing question analysis skills and answering techniques so that your child may tackle different language components with confidence and ease 
  • BE HEARDOur lessons encourage our children to be active listeners and articulate speakers, developing their own voice and perspective


    Our students are exposed to a wide range of themes (e.g. sustainability, young game changers) to get them to think beyond the classroom academia


Themes and Language Skills

Through the course of our English enrichment programme, your child can look forward to learning the following:

Narrative writing

  • Generate plotlines with a conflict and resolution based on given themes and pictures
  • Apply writing techniques including varied sentence structures and slow-motion descriptions to enhance suspense
  • Craft engaging introductions and satisfactory endings


Creative writing

  • Gain exposure to different text types and genres (e.g. food reviews)
Reading comprehension skills

  • Analyse key terms in questions
  • Locate clues in the passage
  • Construct relevant answers
  • Grammar topics such as subject-verb agreement, question tags and sentence synthesis, including reported speech
  • In-class discussions and presentations (e.g. discuss about the consequences of one’s actions)
  • Stimulus-based conversation and read aloud practices
Themes covered during the academic year include:

    • Communicating with Others
    • Stories and Imagination
    • Young Game Changers
Little boy, working on his maths sums with a pencil

Primary 3 to Primary 6 – Mathematics

Curriculum and lessons have been designed to be aligned with the MOE primary school syllabus and mathematics framework.


      Weekly investigative problems help your child to see how math applies in real-world situations and are used to familiarise your child with problem-solving heuristics 
      We give your child a fun learning experience by using manipulatives, interactive activities and class projects
      Your child will learn different methods aligned with the MOE syllabus to tackle problem sums
      Ensure your child gets the most out of each lesson through our three-pronged Readiness-Engagement-Mastery approach 
      Stretch activities, which include more challenging problems to topics introduced in class, help your child to explore math concepts on a deeper level


Concepts and Skills

Some math concepts and skills that your child can look forward to in our Math enrichment programme include:

  • Whole numbers
  • Fractions
  • Decimals
  • Time
  • Perimeter and area
  • Angles
  • Line symmetry
  • Table and line graphs
  • Order of operations
  • Conversion to decimals
  • Mixed numbers
  • Compound units
  • Ratio and Percentages
  • Geometry
  • Area and volume
  • Statistics
  • Act it out (P3P4)
  • Guess and check (P3P4)
  • Model method (P3-P6)
  • Make a list (P3-P6)
  • Making a supposition (P3-P6)
  • Before and after concept (P5P6)
Boy in science class, with goggles, holding a beaker with bright pink content

Primary 3 to  Primary 6 – Science

Our curriculum and lessons have been designed to be in alignment with the MOE primary school syllabus and science framework.


Our lessons are anchored in science literacy: your child is encouraged to think like a scientist, pose questions and derive conclusions just like a scientist would


Lessons are structured around weekly scientific investigations to draw on your child’s desire to explore scientific phenomena and everyday experiences. Inquiry projects transform your child into a young researcher who analyses and synthesises information to present coherent findings


Regular science experiments allow your child to see science in action and develop a deeper appreciation of scientific concepts


Through carefully crafted questions in weekly practices, your child will not only develop critical thinking skills, but will also master effective strategies to form clear and succinct explanations for open-ended questions


To ensure content mastery, topics are frequently reviewed to assess your child’s learning and understanding. Your child will also receive personalised feedback in his or her weekly practices so as to identify areas of improvement

Concepts and Skills

Some science concepts and skills that your child can look forward to in our P3 and P4 Science enrichment programme include:

  • Diversity of living and non-living things
  • Life cycle in plants and animals
  • Human system
  • Magnets
  • Diversity of materials
  • Matter
  • Plant systems
  • Light
  • Heat
  • Water & changes of state
  • The water cycle
  • Reproduction in plants and humans
  • Cells
  • Respiratory & Circulatory systems
  • Plant transport system
  • Electrical system
  • Forces
  • Food chains & food webs
  • Adaptations
  • Man & the environment
  • Photosynthesis
  • Sources & forms of energy