Mathematics Recess Activity
Working in partnership with our parent support group, our department carried out fun and engaging maths activities for our students during their recess time.
Get ready for the Mathematics Amazing Week!! The Mathematics teachers are working together to organise a host of maths activities outside the classroom that promises to be fun and exciting.
Primary 2 Math Workout Camp
Through this exciting camp, the primary 2 students are challenged mentally and physically. The camp aims to engage students through fun and exciting games and activities that will not only challenge their minds but also their bodies.
Primary 3 Supermarket Trail
As part of the Mathematics Programme, primary 3 students will be given an opportunity to patronise a “supermarket” designed by our very own teachers. Through this programme, we hope students will be able to pick up real-life skills as well self-directed and collaborative learners.
Primary 4 Calculator Workshop
The P4 Maths teachers will be organizing a calculator introductory workshop for all Primary 4 students as part of a post examination. This workshop has been well-received by the students since 2012. This programme aims to prepare students in the use of calculator for Primary 5 Mathematics, teach students to use the scientific calculator beyond the basic functions and arouse students’ interests in the use of calculators through interactive activities.
The Peer Tutoring Program offers to enhance students’ level of readiness for Upper Primary Mathematics syllabus. The program which is in its second year of running, was mooted as a platform for the Primary 5 and 6 students to give back and paying it forward, which in turn will benefit their peers. In each of the 12 sessions, one senior student (the tutor) helps another juniors (the tutees) to master topic that they have not yet mastered.
“This is a new experience for me. Usually, I am the one being tutored. Now I am the tutor. By helping my juniors, I am also revising what I have learnt,” said one of the Primary 6 tutor.
“I am grateful that I have my seniors to help me in my Math. It also benefits me as I learn something new each session,” one of the tutee commented.
The program will interlude from Week 5 of Term 2 and will resume in Term 4, so as to allow the Primary 6 tutors to focus on the preparations for PSLE.
As part of our school’s goal to develop our students to their full potential, selected Elights will be given an opportunity to gain a measure of their own achievements through taking part in the Singapore and ASEAN Schools Maths Olympiad (SASMO) competition.