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5 Common Mistakes to Avoid in PSLE English

When it comes to English, mastering the fundamentals of grammar and its correct usage is essential for your child to do well in the subject. However, despite many years of learning the language and going through numerous practice assessments, some students may still find themselves making errors that could have been avoided and thus saving them a few extra points. Ms Suritha Shah, a PSLE … Continue reading 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid in PSLE English

5 Ways to Help Your P3 Child to Love Science

Here in Singapore, students embark on the learning journey to discover the wonders of science in primary 3. While most students start off the journey filled with high hopes and excitement (after all, science truly is a fascinating subject filled with amazing discoveries), they may soon lose interest in the subject upon learning that their love and interest may not be enough to help them … Continue reading 5 Ways to Help Your P3 Child to Love Science

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5 Things You Can Do to Help Your P5 Child Prepare for PSLE

We all want our children to do well in their studies and exams, especially the all-important PSLE in Primary 6. While current P6 students are feeling the stress and are frantically doing what they can to prepare for PSLE which is just months away, this does not make things any easier for your child in Primary 5 who will be in the exact situation next … Continue reading 5 Things You Can Do to Help Your P5 Child Prepare for PSLE

MindChamps featured in The Business Times on 29 March 2016

Dear Parents, It gives us great pleasure to share with you that The Business Times has featured the MindChamps ChampionGOLD Standard and the appointment of our Chief Academic Officer, Mr Steven Andrews, in their paper on 29 March 2016. As a progressive and innovative education institute, we do not believe in resting on our laurels and will continue to raise the bar for education with the … Continue reading MindChamps featured in The Business Times on 29 March 2016

How to Inspire the Love for Learning in Kids

What is Your Child’s Learning Style?

Is your child’s constant fidgeting while doing homework or their need to listen to music while studying causing you to worry? There’s no need to lose sleep over this – he/she might just be doing what is needed to learn. According to child psychologists, every child learns differently, and finding out your child’s learning style can help you work with him/her towards academic success. In … Continue reading What is Your Child’s Learning Style?

Diamond Rain

Imagine this. Tomorrow, when you wake up, you swing your legs out of bed, find your slippers with your feet, and make your way across to the window to open the blind and let in the new day. It is raining. Again. Nothing particularly unusual, you might think – except that as you watch the rain falling down outside the window, you realise that this … Continue reading Diamond Rain

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10 March Holiday Activities That Will Keep Your Kids Meaningfully Occupied

It’s time for the kids to take a breather from school and lessons, as the March school holidays draw near! Despite it being a short one-week break this time round, there are heaps of activities that you can slot in to keep them stimulated and occupied. Here’s a list of 10 March Holiday activities and programmes that you can add on to your list to … Continue reading 10 March Holiday Activities That Will Keep Your Kids Meaningfully Occupied

Top 1% for five consecutive years

For the 5th consecutive year since 2011, MindChamps has been placed amongst the top 1% of Singapore’s leading corporations and SMEs. The rankings, which involves stringent and intensive reviews of over 70,000 audited financials obtained from the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore (ACRA), was announced by DP Information Group – the official ranking body of companies in Singapore.   MindChamps Founder and Group … Continue reading Top 1% for five consecutive years

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The ‘Hour-Glass’ Model of Learning

My father was a wise man. Not because he held university degrees or a wall full of certificates, and certainly not because he held positions of great power. He was born with no great advantages, and he struggled all his years to build a life for his children that was better than the one he had inherited. He was a wise man, because, having spent … Continue reading The ‘Hour-Glass’ Model of Learning