More Than a Good English Tuition Centre for Primary School Students
We aim for more than above average. At our primary school English tuition centre in Singapore, we have clear goals and proven methods to help our students to achieve excellence.
Key learning objectives:
1. Building up a strong foundation in the language through the understanding of basic and advanced grammar rules as well as learning thematic vocabulary.
2. Refining their use of writing techniques and improving their use of language in order to make their stories more exciting and engaging
3. Developing their metacognitive abilities to help them evaluate their own work.
What your child will achieve/learn:
Acquire component-specific skills and techniques that help him or her in the application of content knowledge. Such knowledge transference and complex knowledge retrieval are key learning strengths that drive your child’s performance for in-class assessments and major examinations.
“Augustine makes learning English interesting for the children. He often organises fun activities/games which motivate the kids to attend and learn at the same time. My son likes his class!”
“My boys, Thaddaeus and Thierry, love Augustine’s classes. This is one enrichment activity they hate to miss. Augustine makes English fun to learn and it’s no mean feat with my boys. He is generous with his time and spares no effort to share his knowledge and joy of the English language with his students.
Augustine has taken care of my boys for a few years now and I have total faith in his abilities and methods to further my boys’ development in the language.”
“Bryan used to throw tantrums everytime I asked him to do his homework. Now, he has grown to be a lot more patient with his work under August’s guidance. At times, he even asked me to get him more assessment books to do! Good job Augustine!”
“My son had been getting Cs and Ds since P5. Finally, I decided to enrol him in Augustine’s English group class 6 months before his PSLE. I was hoping for a pass but when the results came out, it was nothing short of a miracle! My son had gotten himself an A! Thank you so much, August!”