Primary Four

Make sure your child excels in Primary 4 with our expert guidance! Our ILLAC program provides customized learning and a motivational environment to help students achieve their full potential. With 95% of our students scoring 90 and above on their end-of-year exams, you can trust that we have the skills and experience to help your child succeed. Additionally, Primary 4 is a critical year as it determines which subject banding your child will be taking in Primary 5. Give your child the foundation they need to succeed by enrolling them in our program today!

Enroll your child in our Primary 4 programme to set them up for success! Our proven track record of preparing students for their end-of-year exams with 95% scoring 90 and above, and our unique approach of stimulating executive functions to enhance overall learning, will ensure your child excels not just in subjects they are taking with us but in all subjects in school. Give your child the advantage they deserve.

At ILLAC, we believe in the whole-person development of your child, not just academic excellence. Our approach to education is centered around enhancing your child’s learning abilities, instilling a love for learning and providing a supportive and motivating environment. This results in a well-rounded individual who is not just excelling in exams but also in life.

Here’s a list of skills required of students in Primary 4.

Primary Four EnglishPrimary Four MathematicsPrimary Four Science
– Form and use of irregular past tense
– Irregular plural forms
– Past and Present Continuous Tense
– Past and Present Perfect Tense
– Direct and indirected speech (Reported speech)
-Converting forms of words e.g. from adjectives to nouns using various suffixes
– Cloze passages
– Ordering events in a story
– Comparing and contrasting two or more ideas
– Analysing stories
– Comprehension and answering techniques like inferencing
– Using contextual clues for Visual Text Comprehension and Vocabulary Cloze
– Making predictions in stories
– Drawing conclusions from comprehension texts
– matching causes with effects
– Using conjunctions in Synthesis and Transformation
– Identifying the purpose and audience of text read or viewed
– Choosing sensory details that match the corresponding pictures
– Forming compound words
– Using context to identify the meaning of a word
– Writing stories using rich text and development of characters (Composition)
– Inserting/Using metaphors and similes in compositions
– Punctuations for dialogues and other narratives

– Numbers to 100 000
– Number patterns within 100 000
– Mass in kilograms and grams
– Money in various denominations and change up to $10 000
– Volume in litres and mililitres
– Lengths in kilometres, metres and centimeters
– Converting time between 12-hour and 24-hour time format
– Adding and subtraction of time with regrouping
– Drawing timeline to solve word problems involving time
– Multiplication of 3-digit by 2 digit numbers
– Estimation of sums, differences, products and divisions
– Factors and multiples
– Expressing fractions as mixed numbers and improper fractions
– Addition and subtraction of like and unlike fractions
– Sums relating to fractions of a set
– Decimals up to thousandths
– Rounding off decimals
– Obtuse and acute angles
– Properties and angles of shapes and objects around us
– Drawing perpendicular and parallel lines
– Drawing angles using a protractor
– Associating angles with turns of 90°
– Reading 8-point compass
– Finding symmetry
– Data analysis using tables and line graphs
– Area and Perimeter involving composite figures
– Solving word problems involving mass, money, volume, length, multiplication and division, fractions, decimals, time, and area and perimeter.
These are the common skills needed:
– Formulating hypothesis
– Generating possibilities
– Predicting
– Observing
– Using apparatus and equipment
– Comparing
– Classifying
– Inferring
– Analysing
– Evaluating
– Creative Problem Solving
– Decision-Making
– Investigation

The above skills are needed for all these topics:
– Diversity of living and non-living things
– Diversity of materials
– Cycles in plants and animals
– Cycles in matter and water
– Plant system
– Human system
– Interaction of forces
– Energy forms and uses

Kindly refer below for the schedule of the classes from which you can choose from or contact us for possibilities of opening a class at your preferred schedule! (subject to availability):

Vision Exchange

Sat 8.45 am (1 seat left)Tues 3 pm (full)Sat 5 pm (full)
Sat 1 pm (full)Thurs 3 pmSun 3.30 pm (full)
Sat 1.45 pm (full)Sat 11 am
Sun 8.45 amSun 11 am
Sun 1 pm (full)

West Coast Plaza

Tues 5.30 pm (full)Tues 3 pmFri 3pm
Sat 10 amWed 6 pm
Sat 12 pm
Sat 2 pm (full)

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.