Primary Two English

Primary One has been great, let’s make Primary Two better!

Primary Two is the most critical year for GEP potentials because any potential training has to take place in Primary Two.

Primary Two is also the final “honey-moon” year before the real taxing academic demands set in at Primary Three. Therefore, it is especially important for Primary Two students to pick up all the foundations they require for a successful transition into Primary Three.

Here’s some exciting news for you! Of all our ILLAC Junior (Preparatory Primary 1) graduates who have transited to the Primary level with us, we have a whooping record of 70% of them qualifying for the Gifted-Education Programme (GEP) screening Round 2 at Primary 3! (Only the top 10% of the nation’s cohort will qualify for GEP’s Round 2 screening examination.)

To excite you further, out of those we have shortlisted for the GEP-training (ALL of whom were graduates of our Elite Kids Programme), 100% qualified for GEP after their Round 2 examination (Only the top 1% of the nation’s cohort are eligible for GEP).

We are NOT results-oriented and NONE of our students are drilled extensively and relentlessly for good results. Instead, our students are developed through an enhancement of their Learning Abilities and their love for learning using Brain Priming activities, Speed Reading, customised learning and an extremely motivating learning environment.

Our ILLAC Program™ (Primary to Secondary) offers English and Mathematics on separate days. You can choose either English, Mathematics or both subjects for your child. If you are keen in getting your child into GEP, please enrol for both subjects because both English and Mathematics will be tested in the screening examinations (Mother-Tongue will not be tested). The teacher will advise if your child is suitable for our GEP training after close observation in class.

Here’s a list of skills required of students in Primary 2.

Primary Two EnglishPrimary Two Mathematics
– Rhyming words
– Cloze passages
– Ordering events in a story
– Using actions and dialogue to understand the characters of a story
– Analysing stories
– matching causes with effects
– Word ordering
– Using conjunctions
– Differentiating between facts and opinions
– Choosing sensory details that match the corresponding pictures
– Using prefixes and suffixes
– Forming compound words
– Using context to identify the meaning of a word
– Sorting words into categories
– Identifying the odd one out
– Understanding synonyms and antonyms
– Identifying homophones and using them correctly
– Skip counting
– Number pattern
– Number lines
– Problem sums involving multiplication and division
– Estimation/Rounding off to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand
– Counting money up to $100
– Exchanging coins
– Problem sums involving money
– Giving change
– Comparing numbers up to 1000
– Distinguishing numbers up to 1000
– Read analogue clocks
– Write time
– Differentiating a.m. and p.m.
– Read calendar
– Compare time
– Interpreting bar graphs/ line plots and pictographs
– Sorting shapes into a venn diagram
– Naming 3-dimensional shapes
– Comparing measurements in grams/centimeter/litres
– Adding and subtracting by 2 digits with regrouping
– Problem sums involving addition and subtraction by 2 digits with regrouping
– Fractions of a group
– Comparing fractions using model
– Ordering fractions
– Problem sums involving fractions

Kindly refer below for the schedule of the classes from which you can choose from:

Vision Exchange

   Primary 2 EnglishPrimary 2 Mathematics
Sat 9amSat 9am
Sat 1pmSat 11am
Sat 3pmSat 3pm
Sun 9amSun 11am
Sun 1pmSun 3pm
Tues 3pmTues 5pm
Fri 3pmFri 5pm
 Wed 5pmWed 4.30pm

West Coast Plaza

   Primary 2 English Primary 2 Mathematics
Monday 4pmSaturday 2pm
Sat 2pmSunday 2pm
Sunday 930amSunday 4pm
Sunday 2pm
Sunday 4pm 

*Kindly note that classes will only commence with minimum 2 students.

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.