Being the main language of instruction in Singapore, English is fundamental in almost everything in school. While not all students have a good foundation in English , it is definitely possible to catch up and even exceed their own expectations. All it takes is perseverance and proper guidance.
Lessons cover all aspects that are tested in exams. This includes Grammar foundations, Vocabulary building, Comprehension, Composition, Creative Writing, Oral, Phonics (for the younger children).
For the advanced classes (e.g. JC GP), discussion of current affairs, advanced writing techniques & structures can also be covered.
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It depends. Tuition for the main school curriculum almost certainly require assessment books for practice. Parents should buy or tutors can recommend suitable ones based on the child's current standards and the parents reimburse. The more experienced tutors may provide worksheets, exam papers, sample essays, if they have.
Yes! Depending on your need, we will recommend either Beginner English classes to work on the foundations (grammer, sentence structure, etc), or Intermediate English lessons if you already have the basics.
In this case, we will recommend a tutor who is conversant in a language he knows. Do let us know the languages that your friend knows, so that we can filter through on our end.
Also, most beginners often start off with conversational English classes, with some reading/writing taught. We recommend that you take up a 3-month course to reap the most out of your learning.
These classes are not bound by any curriculum requirements unlike PSLE or O Levels. Hence, the client and the tutor usually work together to identify learning objectives/goals.
For e.g. some clients are in Singapore for studies/work and so need to brush up on their general language skills. Or it could be for work purposes (report writing, business writing, etc). We've also worked with seniors who want to learn casual conversation skills (day-to-day greetings, chit-chat topics, etc) for personal improvements or to connect better with their grandchildren.