3 Subjects Bundle

Attending our P5 camps would give your child the necessary skills to catch up with their peers in an engaging and interactive manner.

 

Enrol your child before 4 March 2024 at an early bird price of $490!

Total: $490


Class Schedule and Time Slots

 

1. New topics can be overwhelming

If after three months, your child still has not gotten into the groove of things, don't be disheartened. It is normal for a P5 child to be puzzled at the new concepts thrown at them but that's why this camp is here to help them understand the topics better and give them a hand at solving the gap in understanding that might exist. 

2. Advancing may get tiring

Going to a whole other level of difficulty will be frustrating for anyone if they are not given the right tools. Our Learning Lodge wants to equip students with the resources to bring them closer to their desired Achievement Level. As we delve deeper into the topics, students may have many questions and our Specialist can help to answer these questions and lift their level of understanding. 

3. Too many things to memorise

Memorising is important but more crucial is the applying of the rules and knowledge to questions that tests your child's critical thinking skills. PSLE is all about your child's understanding of a concept and whether they know the right method of getting the answer. Our PSLE Specialists trains students to follow a method through and not skip steps in order to get the question right. Memorisation will only be useful once your child understands the reasons why the steps are necessary and that is what they will be learning in this camp. 

English

The P5 March Camp (English) during the March Holidays covers significant skills needed for both the components of Paper 1 and Paper 2.

This English March Camp will be useful for students who have trouble reading and interpreting different passages to derive the correct answer across the different components.

A higher level of critical thinking skills is needed as students encounter more difficult words and more complicated sentences with questions that test their ability to think outside the box.

Attending the English P5 camp will help Primary 5 students navigate the complicated texts passages and form their own grammatically correct answers with reasonings. 

Day 1: Grammar

- Present tenses, Past tenses, SVA, Proximity Rule, Determiners
- Grammar Cloze and Editing

Day 2: Synthesis

Day 3: CW
- Creative Writing (Framework) 

Day 4: Vocab and Comprehension

- Vocab Cloze and MCQ
- Comprehension (Summary and Question Tyoes)

Day 5: Comprehension Cloze

- Annotations on passages

Maths

The Math March Camp will be especially useful for students who are weaker in problem sums by equiping students with the skills to tackle the must-know problem-solving concepts for the exam. 

In 5 days, we will be covering all must-know problem-solving concepts will be tested in the PSLE.

 

  • Day 01: Whole Numbers

- Grouping, Stacking

  • Day 02: Decimals

- Maximum and Minimum , Assumption

  • Day 03: Fractions

- Equal Numerator, Branching and Remainder Theorem

  • Day 04: Ratio

- Repeated Identities, Internal Transfer

  • Day 05: Percentage

- GST, Discount, One-Unchanged

Science

The P5 March Camp (Science) during the March Holidays covers revision of major content blocks learned from Primary 3 to Primary 5. 

This Science March Camp will be useful for students who have trouble remembering Lower Block Science concepts and keywords that they have learnt in school. 

Without a strong foundation, students often stumble in Primary 5 as the syllabus gets tougher with more content and application of process skills. 

Attending the Science P5 camp will help Primary 5 students consolidate knowledge learned thereby strengthening their foundation in Science.


Day 1: Diversity

- Living and Non-Living Things, Plants, Animals, Fungi & Bacteria, Exploring Materials

Day 2: Lower Block Cycles and Systems

- Life Cycles, Matter & Its Three States, The Digestive System, Plants & Their Parts, The Plant Transport System

Day 3: Lower Block Interactions and Energy

- Magnets, Light and Heat Energy

Day 4: Upper Block Cycles

- Reproduction in Flowering Plants: Pollination, Fertilisation, Seed dispersal and Germination

Day 5: Upper Block Systems

- Air & the Respiratory System, The Circulatory System, Plant Transport System, Electrical System

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