Primary 6 Science Programmes
Nurturing Your Child To Be An Inquisitive Learner
Take A Moment To Consider: Are These Learning Challenges Familiar?
Your child is often struggling with ‘Application’ questions because he/she is uncertain on which Science concepts to apply.
Questions have become more challenging in Primary 6 as compared to those in the previous academic levels.
Application questions are getting increasingly common in Primary 6 examination papers. These questions often test scenarios that are not commonly found in Science textbooks.
Your child is expected to think deeper and be adept at connecting the dots using different Science concepts. Your child is also required to produce more comprehensive responses to attain the full marks for the question.
There are simply too many Science topics to ‘master’ for the PSLE Science examination and there is too little time to get all of them right.
Students who want to excel in the PSLE Science examination must demonstrate a strong understanding of a wide spectrum of Science topics learnt over the past 4 years.
Given that the pace of learning is high in Primary 6, your child may always find himself/herself playing ‘catch up’, trying to master the next Science topic.
Very often, too little time is spent on learning how to apply concepts from multiple topics to tackle application questions (e.g. Cells and Reproduction in Humans). As a result, students who do not have adequate exposure to such questions will find themselves struggling during the examination revision period.
Your child is getting increasingly careless at Science in Primary 6 and you are unsure of how to help.
Carelessness is often a result of a student’s inadequate understanding of the subject matter.
Not only does your child need to know and understand how to apply the Science concepts within the PSLE syllabus, it is also important to understand the common misconceptions that students often have about certain Science concepts.
Like many students, your child may get tricked by examination setters easily if he/she does not know how to proactively seek out common conceptual traps.
If these challenges sound familiar, your child is not alone. Well, many Primary 6 students are facing these exact same challenges.
Like these students, your child may be struggling to keep up with the fast pace of learning, while trying to revise effectively.
It is undoubtedly tiring, stressful and frustrating trying to figure things out on your own.
The good news is that there is still time for change. Read on to find out how we can help.
How We Can Help Your Child
Ongoing Regular Classes
Ad-hoc Workshops & Masterclasses
These hyper-focused workshops will help your child stay on top of the latest strategies & techniques needed to score well in PSLE Science … without the headache of figuring it out all on his/her own.
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What is the difference between a ‘Regular Class’ and an ‘Ad-Hoc Workshop’?
Regular classes are long-term classes which require students to commit to lessons on a weekly basis for a minimum of one academic term.
Ad-hoc workshops are short-term classes, which are best suited for students who are looking to learn a variety of answering techniques in a short period of time.
- Check out our P6 CCI™ Science Course as your child will get plenty of powerful resources to help him/her solidify a strong foundation in many Primary 4, 5 and 6 Science topics.
- Supplement your child’s learning with the other masterclasses below.
In case you’re wondering, the sequence of attendance doesn’t matter and none of our workshops’ content overlap.
It’s common for parents to enroll their child in all of these workshops because they want their child to gain access to a broad set of answering techniques.
Have more questions? Drop us a call/ text & we’ll help you out!
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