Special Sibling Promotion in June 2012!

From 1 to 23 June 2012, sign up more than one child for our term classes and enjoy a 10% discount* for your second child.   Do not miss this excellent offer!

*Terms and conditions apply.

Registration for 2012 enrichment classes

Registration has begun for the 2012 enrichment classes at our Centre.

These classes are open for levels from Kindergarten to Secondary 1, and Term 1 class starts on 3 January 2012.

For more information on class schedule, or how to enrol your child, please access here or call us at 6777 2468.

End-of-Year Holiday Programmes 2011

For details on the End-of-Year 2011 Holiday Programmes, you may download this brochure. To register, please call us at 6777 2468 or reply to us using this response slip.


Holiday Programmes for Upper Primary Students

P5 & P6 Writing with Style! (For better writers)     

 Date & Time: 21 – 25 Nov (2-4 pm) or 28 Nov –  2 Dec (9-11 am)
Give your child a creative edge on the PSLE English Paper 1 (Composition). Let your child learn key techniques in developing memorable story characters, using high impact words and crafting interesting plots incorporating atmosphere and suspense.

P5 & P6 Effective Writing 

Date & Time: 21 – 25 Nov (2-4 pm) or 28 Nov –  2 Dec (9-11 am)
Let your child excel in the PSLE English Paper 1 (Composition). Let him/her learn to organize and develop story ideas, in addition to using vibrant verbs, verb phrases and precise adjectives.


Holiday Programmes for Kindergarten and Lower Primary Students

Head Start to P1  

Date & Time: 21 – 25 Nov (9-10.30 am) or 28 Nov – 2 Dec (9-10.30 am)
Nurture your child’s love for reading!  Let your child participate in this programme that reinforces reading skills, increases vocabulary and teaches writing complete sentences. There will be preparation for P1 level comprehension passages and performance of Readers’ Theatre.

P3 & P4 Strategic Writing  

Date & Time: 21 – 25 Nov (2-4 pm) or 28 Nov – 2 Dec (9-11 am)
your child’s writing skills. Let him/her learn to hook readers with interesting story starters and conclude with satisfying story endings.  Your child will also learn to write sensory/descriptive details and interesting coherent plots.

Teachers’ Day 2011

LiteracyPlus celebrated Teachers’ Day 2011 with a Japanese themed party of sumptuous Japanese food, the crowd-pleasing Miss Japan contest and catwalk and fabulous dancing! Everyone participated heartily in learning the Tanko Bushi (Coal Miner’s Dance) and we had a treat with a fantastic number by our new curriculum writers Chris and Fred. It was an unforgettable day!

Check out the event highlights below:

More event photos here.

Presidential Election Day: Saturday, 27 August

Hi Parents,

As we put in our vote for the upcoming Presidential elections, kindly note that all LiteracyPlus classes on 27 August will be held as normal. If you are not able to send your children for classes, kindly call us at 6777 2468 to arrange a make-up class.

Making a Seamless Transition into Primary One

On 27 August, LiteracyPlus held a workshop for parents whose children are in K2 in 2011. Parents learnt about the STELLAR programme and how they could support their child as he/she made the transition into Primary One.

The Q&A session was popular, with many parents raising questions ranging from what was expected of children in Primary One, to reading/writing abilities and if “giftedness” could be trained.

Check out the photos from our event:

Find out more about our Head Start to Primary One Programme here.

2011 PSLE Preparation Workshop

On 16 July, LiteracyPlus conducted its annual PSLE preparation workshop for parents whose children are in Primary Five and Six in 2012.

Mrs Sylvia Soh, a current teacher at a top secondary school who teaches in our Primary Five and Six classes, was the main speaker at the event. She shared important skills and strategies used to help students score in the Reading Comprehension, Cloze and Writing components of the English paper. She also talked about her personal experiences in helping her own children prepare for the PSLE, reminding parents to create incidental learning experiences for children.

Sylvia sharing strategies with parents Parents hard at work on a
Reading Comprehension paper
Sylvia sharing a light-hearted moment with parents
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