Small class size - 10 students per workshop

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Read Well, Write Better (Creative Writing Workshop)

Is your child’s composition score stuck in the 60-70% range? Has he or she been told to adopt different writing approaches by different teachers? Composition writing at primary school shouldn't be as tough as it's made out to be. In this workshop, we teach students practical skills that they can use to immediately improve their ​composition scores. 

While practice is key to improving, the mastery of any language is rooted in reading. Recognising this, the programme also aims to inculcate the love for reading in our young writers through engaging activities based on classic literary texts and a field trip to the library.

Focus areas

  • Theme, Pictures & Story Structure

  • Practical Writing Skills

  • The Joy Of Reading

​P3-P4 students

17-19 June 2019 (Mon-Wed) 

9.30 am to 12 pm ​

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Word Power Booster Escape Room

Is your child an English aficionado? Forget Spelling Bees! Put his or her skills to the test by joining the Word Power Booster. Expand your child's vocabulary and boost your child's general English proficiency by challenging him or her to solve Escape Room inspired English word-based games and puzzles in a competitive environment against their peers. 

Focus areas

  • Vocabulary & General English Proficiency

  • Lateral & Critical Thinking 

  • Hands-on Problem Solving Skills

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P3-P4 students

27 June 2019 (Thu) 

10 am to 1 pm ​


Speak Like A Pro

Glossophobia, or the fear of public speaking, is consistently ranked the number one fear among adults. There's hope yet, for as with any activity, proper training makes all the difference. Start young and transform your child into an eloquent speaker by enrolling her in this 3-day programme.


Focus areas

  • Secrets of a great speech

  • How to craft and deliver speeches

  • How to score in Oral Examination

  • Record and analyse individual performance

For ages 9-11

​10-12 June 2019 (Mon-Wed)
2 pm - 4.30 pm


Sec 1 & 2 Expository Writing Workshop (PEEL Technique)

In Secondary School, students are taught the PEEL method (Point, Elaboration, Evidence, Link) for writing expository essays for English and other Humanities subjects. The most difficult part of PEEL is the L component – which stands for Link. What should a point be linked to and what constitutes an effective Link?


Learn all about PEEL and how to use it well in expository essays. Once you’ve mastered this technique, you’ll see a boost in grades for your Humanities subjects as well!

Focus areas

  • The PEEL writing strategy

  • How to use PEEL effectively

  • Identifying PEEL components in texts

  • Using PEEL in essays

S1-S2 students

​28 June 2019 (Fri)
2 pm - 5 pm


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Tel: 6264 9193

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#01-138 Singapore 310177

Weekdays: 11 am - 9:30 pm 

Weekends: 8:30 am - 6:30 pm


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