The best time to start your child on our training programs is in early K1. We conduct a diagnostic test so that we can determine your child's current level of understanding of numbers. During the diagnostic test, we are also able to determine your child's attitude towards numbers, concentration span and style of learning. These are vital information for us to determine his / her starting point for our curriculum and for us to administer our training programs. Every child is different and for us to engage the child in our training programs, we need to understand how he / she learns so that we can communicate with him / her more effectively so that he / she enjoys the learning journey.

We nurture in young students, their sense of numbers. They need to know how the numbers flow. When we teach addition, they need to know the meaning of addition. Mere computation makes learning boring and meaningless. Having understood the meaning, we then proceed to teach the rules and the student practices using the rules so that he / she becomes competent. This process of training is used for each mathematical concept that the student learns. Progress to the next topic is made only if the student has fully understood and mastered the prior concept. Learning is not rushed and students progress at their own pace. Checks on the students' levels of comprehension of the concepts is done regularly and they are incorporated in our worksheets. Such reviews are done discreetly and students are not anxious when their work is reviewed in this manner. The results allow us to plan the students' lessons. This student centred learning allows each child to master and excel in Maths. Most of our students eventually enjoy learning Maths at our Centre.

Students need to understand the rules of numbers and how they work. They need to understand number bonds so that they can add and subtract more accurately and quickly. The process takes time and each child takes a different duration to master them. Counting on fingers should be weaned off. Students need to establish their number logic path mentally and this process takes time. The mastering of the multiplication and division of numbers is a difficult process and the key is to start them young and so with more time, learning is not stressful.

By Primary 3, students should have mastered the 4 operations of whole numbers so that they can fully cope with their applications in the problem-sums which they have to do in school.

Fraction is a new Maths concept for students at this age. The rules of fractions are different from the rules of whole numbers. Students need to understand what are fractions. They need to understand the process of the 4 operation of fractions. Concepts of Factors and Multiples, Lowest Common Multiples and Highest Common Factor must be fully understood before they can compute fractions. By this time, the foundation for the successful learning of fractions would have been prepared as our students have already mastered their multiplication and division skills earlier.

A good understanding of fractions is essential for students in this level as it is a pre-requisite for them to understand concepts of percentage, ratio and decimals.

Algebra is the next most important topic to master at the Secondary school level. The rules of negative numbers and how to use them in algebra must be understood and mastered before students can succeed in solving the assortment of algebraic equations that they need to do.

A Good understanding of pure mathematics is an important pre-requisite for any student to excel in maths.