In the PSLE year, students will meet the challenge of revising content knowledge accumulated from Primary 3 to Primary 6 whilst preparing for a series of examinations leading up to the national exam. Our Primary 6 programmes place a strong emphasis on evaluative learning and giving students the best academic and learning support to hone strengths and work on areas of progress.
During the year, your child will be mentored closely by teachers and learn within a structured syllabus schedule that sets the right momentum for tackling the major national exam.
- Students will be introduced to new topics such as Sources and Forms of Energy and Forces.
- Students will acquire a deeper understanding of topics through comprehensive notes with examples of common questions and experiments.
- Students will be provided with tutorials for regular practice and extensive exposure to various questions.
Skills and Techniques
- Students will practice exam techniques such as data and question analysis as well as experimental skills.
- Students will analyze experimental set-ups and recognize how a controlled variable ensures a fair experiment and the purpose of a controlled variable.
- Students will be made aware of common pitfalls and learn how to analyze them in order to avoid losing marks unnecessarily.
- Students will be given extension practice to application questions where they approach questions with unfamiliar contexts.
Revision and Reinforcement
- Students will practice multiple mock examination papers to prepare for every exam in Primary 6.
- Students will undergo a systemic, topical-based revision of all topics, common and challenging questions from Primary 3 to Primary 6.