All workshops are open to DAS and non-DAS students in pre-school, primary, secondary and post-secondary (up to 18 years old).

 

Registration has closed for the upcoming June Holiday workshops.  

 

June Holidays

This June Holidays, we have planned 5 individual workshops for our students to enjoy. Aside from that, we also have an exciting 1-day camp where students get to attend Mathster Chef and Four Little Silly Zebras Spelling Rule Craftshop and watch a movie together! For more info, click here

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Short Term Programmes

The following Short Term Programmes will be running during our June Holidays as well.

For more info on PSLE English Paper 2 Boot Camp, click hereFor more info on English Compre Cloze Passage programme, click here

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UPCOMING HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS

Registration has closed for all June Holiday Workshops.

6-6 Day Camp

Date: 6 June 2019, Thursday
Time: 10 am to 5.30 pm
Level: P3 to Secondary 2
Price: $108 (including lunch)
Registration is closed.
 

MATHSTER CHEF

6-6 Day Camp starts your child's day off with Mathster Chef where they get to incorporate and apply mathematical concepts during the baking such as measuring, estimating and converting.

FOUR LITTLE SILLY ZEBRAS SPELLING RULE CRAFTSHOP

At this workshop, learners will learn all about the FLOSS Rule and get to make their very own Floss Rule Hanging Mobile. What a great way to reinforce one of the most forgotten Spelling Rule!

FREE AND EASY MOVIE

We end the day with a Free and Easy Movie Night. Sign your kids up now! Lunch (Non-vegetarian) is provided do feel free to bring food for your child.

 

MATHSTER CHEF

Date: 6 June 2019, Thursday
Time: 10 am to 1 pm
Level: P3 to Secondary 2
Price: $68 (including all baking materials)
Registration is closed.
 
Culinary Art and Maths are put together for this Mathster Chef workshop! Cooking is not only about making the food and eating it. It is an art that involves various skills such as learning how to cook. Given that many of the tasks involved in the kitchen require mixing, pouring and arranging items, children get to experience calculation and estimation in its most tactile way!

In addition, they also get the opportunity to look at recipes and the various ingredients that are needed to make a dish. The recipes also teach them to do things step by step which sharpens their sequencing skills as they plan and coordinate during the process. When children are encouraged to read out the recipes and labels they also build up their vocabulary. These activities help build their literacy skills.

Math skills come into play too and baking can be a great source of practical exercise for children to apply their prior knowledge such as arithmetic, fractions, decimals and time.

There are so many skills that a child can pick up in cooking that this workshop is definitely going to benefit your child in the most fun way!

FOUR LITTLE SILLY ZEBRAS SPELLING RULE CRAFTSHOP

Date: 6 June 2019, Thursday
Time: 2 pm to 4 pm
Level: P3 to Secondary 2
Price: $45 (including material for hanging mobile)
Registration is closed.
 

Floss Rule is one of the first spelling rules in our Main Literacy Program's scope and sequence. During the workshop, students will not only be introduced to the rule through interesting game-like activities, but they will also get to make their very own Four Little Silly Zebras Hanging Mobile which they can hang at home. As children are often visual and kinesthetic learners, this workshop is a fantastic way for them to learn about Floss rule and apply them in their spelling. At the end of the workshop, students should be able to remember the four letters that need to be doubled when used to spell at the end of the word and after a short vowel e.g. stiff, spell, kiss, buzz.

COMMON MATHS PROBLEM SOLVING

Date: 3 June 2019, Mon
Time: 9.30 am to 12 pm
Level: Primary 5 to 6
Price: $50
Registration is closed.
 
Some word problems in the P5 and P6 Standard Maths can be really long and challenging for students with dyslexia to solve. This workshop aims to equip them with some basic strategies to tackle questions commonly encountered and recognise which are the suitable heuristics that can be employed.

One of the focus will be on before-after questions that involve sequencing events and identifying changes that occur. Additionally, we will also visit questions that require making suppositions, which is a vital life-skill that demands systematic logical reasoning.

WRITE COMPO: NARRATIVE

Date: 24 to 26 June 2019, Mon to Wed
Time: 1 pm to 3 pm
Level: Primary 4 to 6
Price: $148
Registration is closed.
 
Does your child find it hard to start a story? Face problems coming out with ideas? Join us today!
In this workshop, students are taught: - How to break down model stories and re-create stories through visual and hands-on activities. - Learn how to generate story ideas through fun games. - Applying learned methods on real composition questions!

LITERACY THROUGH DRAMA

Date: 3, 4 and 6 Jun 2019, Mon, Tue and Thurs
Time: 10 am to 12 pm
Level: Primary 1 to 4
Price: $120
Registration is closed.
 
Learn a host of language and literacy skills through advanced speech and drama strategies.
• Students will define, articulate, express and verbalise thoughts.
• Build students’ vocabulary bank to express themselves effectively
• Encourage reading and deepen understanding of narrative passages
• Build confidence level in using figurative language in composition writing

DYSLEXIA STRENGTHS DECATHLON BY ROD NICOLSON

As we continue to embrace dyslexia, we aim to produce and conduct workshops that focus on the strengths of our students with dyslexia.  The chart above provides an overview of the skill areas that workshops are designed and how the skills that each workshop focuses on can enhance the strength/s of our students with learning differences.  Each of these triads helps promote unconventional thinking among our students thereby helping them overcome their learning differences, by developing their own coping mechanism in their learning and their self-confidence.

 

 

PAST WORKSHOPS

2019

June 2019
Mathster Chef
Common Maths Problem Solving
Four Little Silly Zebras
Literact Through Drama
6-6 Day Camp
March 2019
Literacy Through Drama
Digital Citizenship for Kids
Balloon Sculpting for Beginners
Times Table Tricks

 

2018

November/December 2018
Common Maths Word Problems at the Standard Level
Ready, Steady, Go for K2 Students
Bridging to Secondary 1 Maths
Social Skills - Getting Ready and Staying Happy in Primary School for K2 to P2 students
Prep for Success - Interviewing Skillsp
Artangle
Write it Right: Reflective Essay
Tell to Write - Moral Values
Fun with Chinese
September 2018
Master Preposition with Mr Food Runner
Write Compo - Narrative
June 2018
Write Compo
Active and Passive Voice Made Easy
Tell to Write - Moral Values
Use of Different Heuristic Approaches Systematically
Problem Solving Made Easy
I can bake too!
Polymer Clay Pet Animals
Educational Drama
March 2018
Educational Drama
Brush Lettering for Beginners
Brush Lettering for Beginners
Create Handmade Greeting Cards

 

2017

November/ December 2017
ARTVENTURE: Polymer Clay Pizza
ARTVENTURE: Exploring String Art
Super Brain Yoga
Tell to Write (Moral Values)
Ready, Steady, Go! Primary Maths - Readiness for K2 Students
Bridging to Secondary Maths
Social Skills Workshop
Prepare for Course Selection and Job Interview with Confidence
The Science Explorers' Workshop (Diversity)
Fun and Easy Pinyin
September 2017
Let's Master Summary Writing
Let's Explore Measurement!
Active and Passive Voice Made Easy
Artventure: Polymer Clay Pizza
Artventure: Van Gogh Goes Painting
Write Compo (Narrative)
Artventure: Paint-a-Pollock
March 2017
The Science Explorers' Workshop
Speak Up: Drama for Oral Communication
Let's Master Summary Writing
Artventure: Enter into the World of Manga