Maths Tuition in Singapore

Unleash Your Child’s Math Potential With Our Help

Math

Mathematics is arguably one of the most challenging subjects to master. Its progressive nature requires students to first be familiar with fundamental Maths topics in order to understand the more complex ones, with each topic in the curriculum treated as a building block for future lessons. Therefore, it is essential for students to understand every lesson to excel in the subject.

If a child falls behind or struggles with a particular topic, it can have a significant impact on their progression. This is the very reason why attending Maths tuition in Singapore is crucial for students at varying educational levels.

Maths tuition helps students to bridge the learning gaps between the various topics and keep up with the syllabus whilst picking up invaluable examination techniques. The smaller class size of a Maths tuition class is conducive to learning, as the teacher has the time and attention to focus on those who require guidance.

Additionally, those who are hesitant about speaking up in a large group setting may feel more comfortable approaching their teacher for help. Such an environment may be ideal for your child to focus on their Maths lessons. Any uncertainty they may have about a topic can also be readily addressed by their teachers.

At The Junior Learners Learning Centre, we offer Maths tuition classes for both Primary and Secondary School students. Feel free to enquire about our classes before enrolling your child in our learning centres today!

Primary 1 Preparatory Programme – Mathematics

The Junior Learners Learning Centre offers a Primary 1 Preparatory Course for Mathematics where young learners can have their first learning experience in the subject. This course is recommended for kids who will soon attend formal education in the Primary level.

Our Primary 1 Preparatory Course in Mathematics will familiarise your child to numbers and number systems, their orders, basic operations and the likes. We use diagrams and illustrations in teaching this course so young learners will be able to easily grasp the topic while being entertained with colourful learning aids.

This course is a good start to prepare the child in his/her Primary Mathematics classes. With this course, your child will be able to carry adequate knowledge and skills that will be useful in learning the fundamentals in Mathematics upon entering Primary School. This can also serve as a gauge to see how well your child can do in the subject.

Primary Maths

At The Junior Learners Learning Centre, we understand that Mathematics can appear intimidating for children who are not into numbers and problem-solving. This concern can have a significant impact on their Mathematics learning journey, causing them to avoid the subject and its various concepts.

This is why our teachers at The Junior Learners Learning Centre look to incorporate a different approach in our Maths tuition lessons for our Primary School students. Our methodologies aim to make learning Maths fun and help our students overcome their fear of the subject.

Our Primary School Maths tuition lessons are designed to be engaging and inviting, providing students with the knowledge they need to build a solid foundation in the subject, which will serve them well for the years to come. Our teachers also employ real-life scenarios in our Maths tuition classes to make it easier for our students to relate to the concepts, which may appear too by-the-book for them initially.

Secondary Elementary Maths

Secondary School Elementary Mathematics (E-Maths) is essentially everyday Maths, comprising topics like Algebra, Measurements, and Statistics. Our tuition programmes are hence also tailored to expose students to realistic, everyday situations involving Maths for a more multidimensional learning experience.

Secondary Additional Maths

Secondary School Additional Mathematics (A-Maths) is more abstract, with topics like Trigonometry and Calculus being a key theme of the syllabus. Our tuition programmes help break down complex terminologies and concepts so that students can better visualise these topics, an essential skill if they wish to pursue advanced Mathematics at a tertiary level.