Events

P6 Sci holiday program

Overview

1. Teach step-up P6 new topics on Forces.

2. Ask them impromptu questions

3. Do worksheets

4. Do fun experiments (1 or 2, depends if time permits)

5. Watch fun animation videos

6. Teach application of keywords into Section B and ace the question.

Forces

1. What are forces and different types of forces?

2. Effects of forces

3. Conversion of forces

4. Fun activities on forces

5. Observation of results of forces

6. Teach important keywords.

Electricity

1. Parallel and series arrangement of batteries

2. Series and parallel arrangement of bulbs

3. Effect of electricity on magnets (electromagnets)

4. Fun activities on electricity

5. Observation and results

6. Teach important keywords.

Energy

1. Forms of energy (eg. kinetic energy / potential energy)

2. Conversion of energy

3. How energy is derived (sources of energy)

4. Fun activities on energy

5. Observation and results

6. Teach important keywords.

Food chain / Food web

1. How to differentiate food chain and food web.

2. How to interpret the food pyramid.

3. Teach to differentiate preys / predators / both.

4. Sources of food chains (direct and indirect).

5. Teach important keywords.

Reproduction in Plants

1. Different agents of pollination.

2. How to differentiate how different flowers are pollinated by different agents.

3. How flower is pollinated and fertilised.

4. Parts of the flower and its development.

5. Reproductive cells of flowers

6. How germination takes place.

7. Teach important keywords.

Reproduction in Animals

1. Parts of the reproductive system in males and females.

2. How reproduction takes place.

3. Reproductive cells in male and female system.

4. How twins are developed.

5. Teach important keywords.

P 6 Maths holiday program

Ratio

Comparison of 2 numbers or items making use of fraction and percentage

Proportion

Proportion is 2 equal ratios and equivalent fraction.

Number pattern

Number sequence that grows or repeats.

Differentiating between odd and even numbers.

Identify common relationship between numbers.

There is a formula to follow.

Challenging model drawing

Involves ratio, fraction and percentage.

Teach student how to understand the math language by relating the knowns to the unknowns and to analyse the problem using bar method and units to help visualize the problems clearly using comparison models.

Excess and shortage

Techniques by formula.

How to tell if the problem is excess and shortage question by identifying the double if.

Drawing model to visualize better.

S4 chemistry holiday crash course

Acids, Bases, Salts

1. Strength of acid, monobasic and dibasic acid

2. Types of oxides and their reactions

3. Salt preparation: How to use which method and when to use.

4. Writing of ionic equations

5. Titration curve

6. Learn how to use keywords to answer specific questions.

Qualitative analysis

1. Learn the tests for cations and anions.

2. Learn the tests for gases.

3. Precipitation reactions

4. Colours of important compounds

5. Use these facts to answer questions easily and effectively.

Mole concept

1. Step-by-step explanation on the various methods of calculation.

2. Calculations on mass, volume and solutions.

3. Easy to understand and easy to follow.

4. Learn the various techniques and apply to more challenging questions.

Metals

1. Reactivity series of metals

2. Reactions of metals

3. Reactions of metal compounds

4. Extraction of iron

5. Rusting

6. Recycling of metals

Redox

1. Identify redox reactions.

2. Explain why reactions are redox.

3. Identify reactions that are not redox.

4. Oxidising and reducing agents

S4 physics holiday program

Kinematics Content

1. Speed, velocity and acceleration

2. Graphical analysis of motion

3. Free-fall

4. Effect of air resistance

Learning Outcomes

Students should be able to:

1. state what is meant by speed and velocity

2. calculate average speed using distance travelled / time taken

3. state what is meant by uniform acceleration and calculate the value of an acceleration using change in velocity / time taken

4. interpret given examples of non-uniform acceleration

5. plot and interpret a displacement-time graph and a velocity-time graph

6. deduce from the shape of a displacement-time graph when a body is:

1. at rest

2. moving with uniform velocity

3. moving with non-uniform velocity

7. deduce from the shape of a velocity-time graph when a body is:

1. at rest

2. moving with uniform velocity

3. moving with uniform acceleration

4. moving with non-uniform acceleration

8. calculate the area under a velocity-time graph to determine the displacement travelled for motion with uniform velocity or uniform acceleration

9. state that the acceleration of free fall for a body near to the Earth is constant and is approximately 10 m/s2

10. describe the motion of bodies with constant weight falling with or without air resistance, including reference to terminal velocity

Dynamics

1. Balanced and unbalanced forces

2. Free-body diagram

3. Friction

Learning Outcomes

Students should be able to:

1. apply Newton’s Laws to:

1. describe the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on a body

2. describe the ways in which a force may change the motion of a body

3. identify action-reaction pairs acting on two interacting bodies (stating of Newton’s Laws is not required)

2. identify forces acting on an object and draw free-body diagram(s) representing the forces acting on the object (for cases involving forces acting in at most 2 dimensions)

3. solve problems for a static point mass under the action of 3 forces for 2-dimensional cases (a graphical method would suffice)

4. recall and apply the relationship resultant force = mass × acceleration to new situations or to solve related problems

5. explain the effects of friction on the motion of a body

Turning Effect of Forces Content

1. Moments

2. Centre of gravity

3. Stability

Learning Outcomes

Students should be able to:

1. describe the moment of a force in terms of its turning effect and relate this to everyday examples

2. recall and apply the relationship moment of a force (or torque) = force × perpendicular distance from the pivot to new situations or to solve related problems

3. state the principle of moments for a body in equilibrium

4. apply the principle of moments to new situations or to solve related problems

5. show understanding that the weight of a body may be taken as acting at a single point known as its centre of gravity

6. describe qualitatively the effect of the position of the centre of gravity on the stability of objects

S4 A math holiday program

Trigonometry

1. Solving trigo equations

2. Proving trigo identities

3. Drawing trigo graphs

4. R formula

Circle Geometry

1. Deriving coordinates of the centre of a circle and radius by completing the square method (1/2 hour)

2. Forming the equations of tangents and normals

3. Solving general questions on circle geometry

Logarithms

Applying the rules of logarithms to solve logarithmic equations and solving real-life examples.

Polynomials

1. Use of remainder theorem

2. Solving and factorizing cubic equations

Partial fractions

Use of the three rules to form partial fractions (proper and improper fractions)

Linear law

1. Techniques in transforming non-linear functions into linear form.

2. Drawing of linear graphs to solve for the unknowns

Indices and surds

1. Rules of indices and solving index equations

2. (i) Solving surd equations

(ii) Rationalising the denominator

Binomial theorem

1. Simple expansion

2. Use of general term

3. Solving binomial equations

S4 E Maths holiday program

Financial transactions

1. Sums on percentage, profit and loss

2. Hire purchase concepts.

3. Simple interest and compound interest

Algebras manipulations

1. Changing the subject of an expression.

2. Express as simple fraction.

3. Factorisation.

4. Simplest form.

Circle Geometry

Using the various circle theorems to solve circle geometrical sums.

Coordinate geometry

1. Finding equations of a straight line.

2. Distance between two points.

3. Finding points of intersections through the use of simultaneous equations.

Number patterns

Technique to derive the general formula for various number sequences.

Plot graphs

Understand the method of getting the gradient of tangent and solving equations from the graph.

Quadratic graphs

1. Use of completing the square method to get the line of symmetry and the turning points.

2. Use the roots of the quadratic equations to identify the line of symmetry and the turning points.

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Sec 3/4 Acids Bases Salts

For Sec 4 2020 students

11 Nov (Mon) 9.00am-2.00pm (1hr break)

OR

22 Nov (Fri) 9.00am-2.00pm (1hr break)

Subject | Dates | Cost | Topics | |
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P6 Science (in 2020) | 18,19,20 Nov (Mon, Tue, Wed) 10.00am - 2.00pm | Cost: $300 (Lunch included) | Heat and Light Electricity Forces | Reproduction in plants and animals Forms of Energy Food Chain and Food Web |

P6 Math (in 2020) | 25,26,27 Nov (Mon, Tue, Wed) 10.00am - 2.00pm | Cost: $300 (Lunch included) | Ratio Challenging Model Drawing Number Pattern | 3 Methods of Problem Solving General Revision |

Sec1 Maths (in 2020) | 4, 5 Nov (Mon, Tue) 2.30pm-5.30pm | Cost: $300 | Introduction to algebra Challenging Algebra | Speed Rate Angle properties |

FUN Sec1 Science (in 2020) | 11, 12 Nov (Mon, Tue) 2.30pm-5.30pm | FREE | Elements Mixtures and Compounds | Chemical Formula Work Done Digestive System(optional) |

Sec 4 Chem | 11 Nov (Mon) 9am-2pm | FREE (1hr break) | Acids, Bases, Salts | |

Sec 4 Chem (in 2020) | 12 to 15 Nov (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | Cost: $520 (1hr break) | Acids, Bases, Salts Qualitative Analysis Mole Concept | Metals Redox (optional) Periodic Table (optional) |

Sec 4 Physics (in 2020) | 12 to 15 Nov (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $650 (1hr break) | Kinematics Dynamics Moments | Pressure General Wave Theory Light and Optics(optional) |

Sec 4 A Maths (in 2020) | 18 to 22 Nov (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $650 (1hr break) | Solve Trigo Eq Prove Trigo Identities Trigo graphs | Double angles Addition formula R formula |

Sec 4 E Maths (in 2020) | 11 to 15 Nov (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $650 (1hr break) | Number Pattern Financial Transactions Variations | Word Problems Plotting Graphs Angle/ Bisector |

## 2018 June Holiday Classes For ‘primary School’ And ‘o’ Levels | ||
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SUBJECT/LEVEL | DATE/TIME | TEACHER |

PRIMARY 6 MATHS (PSLE) | 18-21 JUNE Mon to Thur(10am – 2pm) | A course covering major topics from P3-P6. A complete revision for PSLE. Exercises and practices are included. Major concepts will be explained. Problem sums will be explained and challenging questions will be provided. |

PRIMARY 6 SCIENCE (PSLE) | 11-14 JUNE Mon to Thur (10am – 2pm) | A course covering major topics from P3-P6. A complete revision for PSLE. Challenging exercises and practices are included. Keywords will be emphasized and challenging questions will be provided. |

‘O’ LEVEL A MATHS | 11-15 JUNE Mon -Fri (9am – 2pm) | Mr Tan is a very experienced A Maths and E Maths teacher. He has a lot of exposure teaching in schools. With more than 25 years of experience, students do very well under him. He is able to pick up your weakness, explain the concepts and drill you to do well for your Maths exams. He is able to point out exactly what to look out for in each question and gives extensive exposure to different types of questions. He is a patient, caring, hardworking teacher who has helped many students improve their Maths grades tremendously. Many students have given him positive feedback and thanked him from the bottom of their heart for helping them. That is because Mr Tan never fails to put in his best effort to help each and every student. |

‘O’ LEVEL E MATHS | 04-08 JUNE Mon -Fri(9am – 2pm) | |

‘O’ LEVEL CHEMISTRY | 04-08 JUNE Mon -Fri (9am – 2pm) | Mrs. Lew is an ex-school teacher from Maris Stella High and Crescent Girls’ School who specializes in ‘O’ level Chemistry for the past ten years. She is well regarded for her detailed and clear explanation. She also published book titled ‘O’ level Chemistry Practice Questions Classified Topic by Topic.” |

‘O’ LEVEL PHYSICS | 18-22 JUNE Mon -Fri (9am – 2pm) | Mr. Wong is currently teaching at Republic Polytechnic in the School of Applied Science. He has obtained his PGDE (merit) from NIE and was previously with Fairfield Methodist Secondary School. With 10 years of school teaching experience, he believes that the teacher’s pedagogical style is crucial in helping students achieve academic success. Therefore, the instructional scaffolding provided must be intentional and purposeful. He is also a very experienced teacher and explains concepts very well. |

‘O’ LEVEL COMBINE SCIENCE (PHYSICS/CHEM) | 18-22 JUNE Mon -Fri (9am – 2pm) | Mr. Lim is an ex-secondary school teacher with more than 15 years of teaching experience. He specialises in Chemistry and Physics (IP and ‘O’ levels). A very patient teacher who guides students through detailed step-by-step approach to problem solving as well as engaging them in discussion format of presentation in a classroom experience. He is able to relate very well to students and is committed to help his students excel in their studies.Crash Courses For : A’ Level Chemistry, ‘A’ Level Physics, ‘A’ Level Maths, ‘O’ Level Chemistry, ‘O’ Level Physics, ‘O’ Level Science(P/C), ‘O’ Level E Maths |

THIS IS AVAILABLE ON WWW.MIRACLELEARNINGCENTRE.COM (UNDER ‘EVENTS’) | ||

*Classes will commence only if there are 5 or more students. Seats are only confirmed upon payment. | ||

“Revise thoroughly For PSLE Maths & Science, ‘O’ Level Chemistry, Physics, Combine Sci (P/C), A Maths, E Maths And Be Much More Confident Than Before!”CRASH COURSES FOR Primary 6 Maths & ScienceCrash Courses For : Primary Maths, Primary Science, ‘O’ Level Chemistry, ‘O’ Level Physics, ‘O’ Level Comb (P/C), ‘O’ Level A Maths, ‘O’ Level E Maths and ‘O’ Level 2018 |

**Who should attend?**

- All Primary 6 students.
- All Sec 4 students taking ‘O’ level.
- Students who need a quick revision for Primary Maths & Science and ‘O’ level Chemistry, Physics, A Maths, E Maths.

**Why you should attend?**

- Put in minimum work and get maximum results.
- Saves time since there is someone to emphasize the main points and explain all the concepts that you have forgotten. NOTES will be provided.
- Easy to understand explanations and concise teaching. Learn from the expert and have all your doubts cleared.

Primary Maths and Science Courses | ‘O’ Level Courses | |
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Time | Cost | Date |

10am-2pm (Lunch provided) | S$400 for 4 days course S$360 for early bird bonus | Please refer to the next page |

9am-2pm (1 hr lunch break) | S$650 for 5days S$600 for early bird bonus | Please refer to the next page |

Courses in Nov/Dec 2017 (For 2018 students) | ||||
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Notes and Worksheets will be provided. | ||||

Subject | Dates | Cost | Topics | |

Sec 4 Chem(in 2018) Ms Lim | 20 to 24 Nov (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $550 (1hr break) | Acids, Bases, Salts Qualitative AnalysisMole ConceptMetalsSeparation TechniquesBondingRedox (optional) | |

Sec 4 Physics (in 2018) Mr Lim | 27nov to 1 Dec (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $550 (1hr break) | Physical quantities, Units and Measurement. KinematicsDynamicsMomentsPressureGeneral Wave TheoryLight and Optics | |

Sec 4 Comb Phy/Chem (in 2018) Mr Lim | 20 to 24 Nov (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $550 (1hr break) | Acids, Bases, Salts Qualitative AnalysisMole ConceptMetalsSeparation Techniques | Bonding KinematicsDynamicsMomentsPressure |

Sec 4 A Maths (in 2018) Mr Tan | 4 to 8 Dec (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $550 (1hr break) | Trigonometry Circle GeometryLogarithmPolynomials (Partial fraction, remainder, factor theorem) | Modulus Function Linear LawIndices and SurdsBinomial Theorem |

Sec 4 E Maths (in 2018) Mr Tan | 27nov to 1 Dec (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $550 (1hr break) | Number Pattern Plot GraphsQuadratic graphsCompleting the square | Financial Transactions Algebraic ManipulationsCircle GeometryCoordinate Geometry |

2017 JUNE HOLIDAY CLASSES FOR ‘PRIMARY SCHOOL’ AND ‘O’ LEVELS | ||
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SUBJECT/LEVEL | DATE/TIME | TEACHER |

PRIMARY 6 MATHS (PSLE) | 05-08 JUNE (10am – 2pm) | A course covering major topics from P3-P6. A complete revision for PSLE. Exercises and practices are included. Major concepts will be explained. Problem sums will be explained and challenging questions will be provided. |

PRIMARY 6 SCIENCE (PSLE) | 12-15 JUNE (10am – 2pm) | A course covering major topics from P3-P6. A complete revision for PSLE. Challenging exercises and practices are included. Keywords will be emphasized and challenging questions will be provided. |

‘O’ LEVEL A MATHS | 12-16 JUNE (9am – 2pm) | Mr Tan is a very experienced A Maths and E Maths teacher. He has a lot of exposure teaching in schools. With more than 25 years of experience, students do very well under him.He is able to pick up your weakness, explain the concepts and drill you to do well for your Maths exams. He is able to point out exactly what to look out for in each question and give extensive exposure to different types of questions. He is a patient, caring, hardworking teacher who has helped many students improve their Maths grades tremendously. Many students have given him positive feedback and thanked him from the bottom of their heart for helping them. That is because Mr Tan never fail to put in his best effort to help each and every student. |

‘O’ LEVEL E MATHS | 19-23 JUNE (9am – 2pm) | |

‘O’ LEVEL CHEMISTRY | 05-9 JUNE (9am – 2pm) | Mrs Lew is an ex-school teacher from Maris Stella High and Crescent Girls’ School who specializes in ‘O’ level Chemistry for the past ten years. She is well regarded for her detailed and clear explanation. She also published book titled ‘O’ level Chemistry Practice Questions Classified Topic by Topic.” Go to http://www.chemistry-tuition.com for testimonials. |

‘O’ LEVEL COMBINE SCIENCE (PHYSICS/CHEM) | 12-16 JUNE (9am – 2pm) | Crash Courses For : ‘A’ Level Chemistry, ‘A’ Level Physics, ‘A’ Level Maths, ‘O’ Level Chemistry, ‘O’ Level Physics, ‘O’ Level Science(P/C), ‘O’ Level E Maths Mr Matin, a physics graduate from NUS, is a former secondary school teacher of seven years. He teaches physics and Secondary Science. Mr Matin believes that all students can do well in science and it is possible to get good grades when students have the right skills and attitude in learning Science. He also believes that Science should be experienced to be believed. |

THIS IS AVAILABLE ON WWW.MIRACLELEARNINGCENTRE.COM (UNDER ‘WORKSHOP’) | ||

*Classes will commence only if there are 5 or more students. Seats are only confirmed upon payment. | ||

“Revise thoroughly For Primary Maths & Science, and ‘O’ Level Chemistry, Combine Sci (P/C), A Maths, E Maths And Be Much More Confident Than Before!” | ||

CRASH COURSES FOR Primary 6 Maths & Science and ‘O’ Level 2017 Crash Courses For : Primary Maths, Primary Science, ‘O’ Level Chemistry, ‘O’ Level A Maths, ‘O’ Level E Maths. |

**Who should attend?**

- All Primary 6 students.
- All Sec 4 students taking ‘O’ level.
- Students who need a quick revision for Primary Maths & Science and ‘O’ level Chemistry, A Maths, E Maths.

**Why you should attend?**

- Put in minimum work and get maximum results.
- Saves time since there is someone to emphasize the main points and explain all the concepts that you have forgotten. NOTES will be provided.
- Easy to understand explanations and concise teaching. Learn from the expert and have all your doubts cleared.

Primary Maths and Science Courses | ‘O’ Level Courses | |
---|---|---|

Time | Cost | Date |

10am-2pm (Lunch provided) | S$400 for 4 days course S$360 for early bird bonus | Please refer to the next page |

9am-2pm (1 hr lunch break) | S$650 for 5days S$600 for early bird bonus | Please refer to the next page |

Courses in November 2016 (For 2017 students) | |||
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Notes and Worksheets will be provided. | |||

Subject | Dates | Cost | Topics |

Sec 4 A Maths(in 2017) | 5 to 9 Dec (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $550 (1hr break) | Trigonometry DifferentiationCirclesLogarithmPolynomials (Partial fraction, remainder and factor theorem)Solving Quadratic inequalities and equationsLinear LawCoordinate GeometryIndices and SurdsBinomial Theorem |

Sec 4 Physics(in 2017) | 12 to 16 Dec (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $550 (1hr break) | Physical quantities, Units and Measurement. KinematicsDynamicsMomentsPressureGeneral Wave TheoryLight and Optics |

Sec 4 Chem(in 2017) | 19 to 23 Dec (Mon to Fri) 9am-2pm | 10 lessons Cost: $550 (1hr break) | Acids, Bases, Salts Qualitative AnalysisMole ConceptMetalsSeparation TechniquesBondingRedox (optional) |

2016 JUNE HOLIDAY CLASSES FOR ‘PRIMARY SCHOOL’ AND ‘O’ LEVELS | ||
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SUBJECT/LEVEL | DATE/TIME | TEACHER |

Primary 6 Maths (PSLE) | 06-09 June (10am – 2pm) | A course covering major topics from P3-P6. A complete revision for PSLE. Exercises and practices are included.Major concepts will be explained. Problem sums will be explained and challenging questions will be provided. |

Primary 6 Science (PSLE) | 13-16 June (10am – 2pm) | A course covering major topics from P3-P6. A complete revision for PSLE. Challenging exercises and practices are included.Keywords will be emphasized and challenging questions will be provided. |

‘O’ level A Maths | 20-24 June (9am – 2pm) | Miss Tan is a dedicated and patient teacher with over 13 years of teaching experience. Miss Tan has taught pupils from more than 50 secondary schools in Singapore and has accumulated a vast experience in coaching pupils. Miss Tan was an NIE-trained ex-secondary school teacher for several years before switching to teach at the centre. Fuelled with a strong passion to teach and impart knowledge, Miss Tan believes she can bring out the hidden potential in every pupil and ignite their interest in learning Maths concepts. Many real-life examples and analogies are often used to make lessons interesting and easy to remember. Join us and experience a difference in your learning! |

‘O’ level E Maths | 30May-03 June (9am – 2pm) | |

‘O’ level Chemistry | 06-10 June (9am – 2pm) | Mrs Lew is an ex-school teacher from Maris Stella High and Crescent Girls’ School who specializes in ‘O’ level Chemistry for the past ten years. She is well regarded for her detailed and clear explanation. She also published book titled ‘O’ level Chemistry Practice Questions Classified Topic by Topic.”Go to http://www.chemistry-tuition.com for testimonials. |

‘O’ level Physics | 13-17 June (9am – 2pm) | Mr Wong is currently teaching at Republic Polytechnic in the School of Applied Science. He has obtained his PGDE(merit) from NIE and was previously with Fairfield Methodist Secondary School. With 10 years of school teaching experience, he believes that the teacher’s pedagogical style is crucial in helping students achieve academic success. Therefore, the instructional scaffolding provided must be intentional and purposeful. He is a also a very experienced teacher and explains concepts very well. |

*Classes will commence only if there are 5 or more students.

Seats are only confirmed upon payment.

**Who should attend?**

- All Primary 6 students.
- All Sec 4 students taking ‘O’ level.
- Students who need a quick revision for Primary Maths & Science

**Why you should attend?**

- Put in minimum work and get maximum results.
- Saves time since there is someone to emphasize the main points and explain all the concepts that you have forgotten. NOTES will be provided.
- Easy to understand explanations and concise teaching. Learn from the expert and have all your doubts cleared.

Primary Maths and Science Courses | ‘O’ Level Courses | |
---|---|---|

Time | Cost | Date |

10am-2pm (Lunch provided) | S$360 for 4 days course S$330 for early bird bonus | Please refer to the next page |

9am-2pm (1 hr lunch break) | S$550 for 5days S$500 for early bird bonus | Please refer to the next page |

Visit www.miraclelearningcentre.com (under ‘Workshop’) for more details and registration form.

Recommend your friends to join the course and get S$20 cash as referral fee.

**Courses in November 2015( for 2016 students)**

- P6 Science – 23,24,25 Nov- 9.30am-1.30pm. Cost $220. ( Lunch provided)
- P6 Math – 26,27,30 Nov- 9.30am-1.30pm. Cost $220 ( Lunch provided)
- Sec 1 Math – 2,4,6 Nov- 3-6pm. Cost $220
- Sec 1 Science – 9,11,13 Nov- 3-6pm. Cost $220

- Sec 4 Chemistry – 23,24,25,26,27 Nov- 9am-2pm. Cost $550.
- Sec 4 Physics – 14,15,16,17,18 Dec- 9am-2pm. Cost $550
- Jc 2 Chemistry – call to enquire
- Jc 2 Math – call to enquire.

Open House with talks on 7 November 2015 (Sat). Lunch provided from 11.30am. All are welcome.

2016 SECONDARY ONE PREPARATORY COURSE

Parents and students talk on Sec One:

7 Nov 2015 (Sat)12 pm