Who is it for?

For Primary 1 to Primary 6 students, in either English, Maths or Science.

Primary One

Primary Two

Primary Three

Primary Four

Primary Five

Primary Six

What is about?


Unlock your child’s full potential with the ILLAC Program! Using the latest theories in neurology and psychology, our program stimulates and prepares the brain for learning, leading to better absorption and faster results. Our specially-designed activities focus on developing working memory, mental flexibility, and inhibitory control, ensuring your child achieves AL1 and reaches their peak performance. Watch your child soar to the top of their school with our comprehensive approach to education. Enroll now and give your child the gift of a lifetime!

Benefits of the Program


Direct Benefits

  • Your child will be able to reach his/her peak performance!
  • You will no longer need to worry about your child’s results because scoring ‘A’s are easily within reach!
  • Your child will no longer dread learning but look forward to every session with us!
  • Your child will have a solid foundation in whichever subject he/she is taking with us.

Indirect Benefits

Your child will enjoy

  • an enhanced Working Memory – able to solve, for example, complicated Mathematical problem sums and answer long Comprehension questions.
  • a heightened Inhibitory Control – able to focus better and have a longer attention span in class.
  • an improved Mental Flexibility – able to learn and process different information easily and creatively.
  • An enhanced and stimulated development in executive functions places your child on the upper tier of the population in achievements from preschool, to university and even adulthood (Bailey, 2007; Eakin et al., 2004)!
  • Fantastic verbal and non-verbal reasoning – Able to express themselves comfortably and accurately
  • Improved self-esteem
  • Improved communication and social skills
  • improved social and moral competence

How exactly does it work?

The system used in the 2-hour sessions is designed to provide a comprehensive and effective approach to learning. The sessions are divided into various components to ensure that your child is exposed to a range of stimulating learning experiences.

First, the 10-minute speed reading component focuses on improving the child’s reading speed and efficiency. This is followed by 10 minutes of brain-priming activities in between academic learning, which focuses on stimulating the child’s working memory, mental flexibility and inhibitory control. This is crucial in helping the child develop the necessary skills to excel in life.

The rest of the time is used to learn academic concepts in subjects such as English, Maths, and Science. The teacher also engages in one-on-one consultations with each student to address their weaknesses and clarify any misconceptions.

Overall, this system provides a well-rounded learning experience that is both educational and enriching for your child to bring about peak performance.

Primary English

At ILLAC, we understand that traditional tuition classes using only worksheets can be slow and ineffective in improving students’ English skills. That’s why we approach English training differently. Our program not only focuses on imparting knowledge, but also actively stimulates the students’ executive functions, which are crucial for exam performance.

Each examinable component in the English examinations taxes on at least 2 executive functions, and our program is designed to address these components in real-time through dynamic and interactive activities. By doing so, we ensure that students are not just memorizing facts, but also developing the skills necessary for success in the exams.

Our approach to English training is proven to be more effective and efficient compared to conventional tuition classes, and is tailored to produce results in achieving top grades in the exams.

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It’s very common for children to choose answers based on the fact that it sounds correct, however, English is a language that functions based on rules. There are altogether 12 different tenses and tonnes of other different language rules in the English language that children need to be familiar with. Therefore, when answering Grammar MCQ, children need to have a robust working memory in order to be able to apply all the rules that are required, have the inhibitory Control not to jump into conclusion and choose the first option they think is right, and to be flexible enough to know when to apply which rule in different contexts.

Sample Question:

Mrs Wee ___________ in the school for 20 years. The school _________ her a Long Service Award next week.

a) taught…gave
b) teaches…gives
c) had been teaching…is giving
d) has been teaching…will give

In the question above, students need to be able to identify that

  1. the clue “for 20 years” indicates a “period of time” therefore Perfect Continuous Tense needs to be used.
  2. Since she will be awarded the following week, it would suggest that she is still doing the “action”, so it should be Present Perfect Continuous Tense instead of Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
  3. “next week” is a general time in the future and Simple Future Tense needs to be used.

Therefore the answer is (d).
If children had relied on “which one sounds correct” as a guide, all answers would have sounded correct, therefore resulting in a guess-work of 25% probability of getting their answer correct.

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Primary Maths

At ILLAC, we understand the importance of providing effective and efficient learning for students in mathematics. Unlike traditional tuition classes that rely solely on worksheet drills, our program goes beyond that. By stimulating the student’s executive functions, we ensure that they have the necessary cognitive skills to tackle each mathematical concept effectively. With our approach, students are able to learn faster, retain information better and perform at their best in exams.

In Singapore’s Primary Math, there are 12 heuristics in the Mathematics Syllabus and each taxes on at least 2 executive functions, above the knowledge needed to solve each sum:

Sample Question:

A farmer has 25 cows and chickens altogether. If the total number of legs among all the animals are 90, how many chickens are there in the farm?


Besides taxing on the working memory to remember the steps to solve the problem using the Assumption Method, students will also need to ensure they exercise a lot of inhibitory control to use the correct numbers, differentiate the items and not make any careless transference of numbers in the process.

When do I use the Assumption Method?
When 2 totals and 2 items are given in the question.

What item should I assume?
If the question asks for “chickens”, assume all to be “cows”, because in that case, the final answer will be “chickens”.

Assume all to be cows.
Step 1: New total -> 25 x 4 = 100 legs
Step 2: Difference between new and old total -> 100 – 90 = 10 legs
Step 3: Difference between the items -> 4 – 2 = 2 legs
Step 4: Divide the differences -> 10 ÷ 2 = 5

Ans: 5 chickens

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Primary Science

At ILLAC, we believe in hands-on learning, especially when it comes to Science. In each lesson, we conduct science experiments that bring the concepts to life and make it easy for students to understand and retain. This approach to teaching not only makes the lessons engaging and enjoyable but also helps students to grasp scientific principles in a more concrete and meaningful way. This is a stark contrast to conventional methods that rely solely on textbook learning and rote memorization. With ILLAC’s approach, your child will not only excel in science exams but also develop a lifelong love for the subject.

Primary Science education in Singapore focuses on the process skills that children need to obtain by the time they graduate. Each process skills taxes on at least 2 executive functions, above the knowledge needed to answer each question:

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Sample question:

The bar graph below shows the amount of digested and undigested food in the different organs of the human digestive system after a meal is eaten.

Based on the above graph, name the organs A and B. (1m)


Besides tapping into their knowledge of the Digestive System, children will also need inhibitory control to ensure they observe the graph very carefully, noting all the similarities and differences of each bar. They’ll also need mental flexibility to be able to analyse 2 different items in each bar.


A: Gullet
B: Small Intestine


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What is the schedule ?

You can choose between once a week per subject, or twice a week, 2 hours each subject/lesson. Multiple combinations of classes are available, please click here for more information of each level: Primary OnePrimary TwoPrimary ThreePrimary FourPrimary FivePrimary Six

How to register ?

You can call, Whatsappemail or visit us at our centers at Vision Exchange #06-15 or West Coast Plaza #01-16/17/18.

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