POST-GEP SELECTION TEST
BRIDGING TO P4 GEP

With the GEP Selection Test over, it's time to prepare your child for what's to come in your child's P4 GEP learning journey.

This 4-lesson P3 to P4 GEP holiday bridging programme will take on an exploratory approach to ignite the spirit of self-directed learning in your child. Conducted by experienced Joyous Learning GEP instructors, this course explores the fascinating topics that P4 GEP students will learn in the year year ahead. 

 

The curriculum will be rigorous and challenging as usual, but also fun and engaging, as post-exam lessons should be.

Registration is also open to non-GEP students who are keen to fire up their brains this holidays.

Class timings:

15 Dec, 10am - 1.15pm 

16 Dec, 10am - 1.15pm

23 Dec, 10am - 1.15pm

24 Dec, 10am - 1.15pm

Fee: $596

Limited to 9 students

What will your child be learning? Read on and find out!

ENGLISH

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Visual Text Comprehension

  • Analysing and comparing how images and text are used in print ads

  • Caption-writing exercise

  • Ad creation and copywriting

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Inferential Skills

  • Inferring information from pictures

  • Inferring information from text

  • Playing detective - solving a robbery and murder mystery

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Identifying Main Ideas

  • Picking out the main idea in a paragraph

  • Identifying and writing topic sentences

  • Wordplay exercises

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Storytelling & Plots

  • The art of storytelling

  • Elements of a short story

  • Introduction to poetry

MATHEMATICS

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Number Systems

  • The binary number system - what it is and why the world needs it

  • Binary number arithmetic

  • Decoding Roman numerals

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Angles & Polygons

  • Types of triangles and their angles

  • Interior angles of triangles and polygons

  • Deriving the formula for interior angle of polygons

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Factors & Multiples

  • LCM & GCF

  • GCF calculation methods

  • Optimising shopping decisions using LCM & GCF

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Graphs

  • Different types of graphs

  • Interpreting and constructing graphs

  • Flaws in graphical representation

Registration Form