No pre-recorded lessons. Every lesson is "live"

At Creative Campus, it is business as usual. We have migrated all classes online while maintaining the same quality:

  • We still offer students the full 2-hour "live" teacher-student interaction. 
  • Classes mimic in-person sessions very closely.
  • Prompt and thorough marking/feedback.

March Holiday Workshops 2020

PSLE Intensive Essay Writing & Oral Workshop



17 to 19 March 2020

10am to 12pm

Components


* Handling the Narrative Essay Writing component

* Introduction to Critical Thinking Skills

* Handling the non-narrative Essay Writing component

* Oral Practice

* Summative Assessment and Summary of Skills and Technique

Guided by experienced English gurus who are passionate about sharing our passion and knowledge, your child will learn about the essential skills and techniques needed to excel in the various examinable component(s). Please refer to the table below for details.

From our experience, both the composition and the oral component are key differentiators in helping students achieve an A* in English, yet, perennial bugbears for many. Parents, too, are anxious over the changes to the composition format and how they will affect their child(ren). Our intensive programmes will cover the following topics:

• Developing content and a sound structure for both narrative and non-narrative composition types.
• Varying writing techniques to include scene-setting and characterisation.
• Descriptive embellishments to enhance students’ prose.
• Introducing verbal skills and strategies that can help to secure better grades in Orals and Presentation.

On the last day of the workshops, there will be a summative assessment and a summary of the points covered. Students can then see how the various components are applied to boost their composition scores and oral/presentation skills.

What some of our students have to say


Natalie Tan - Age 9, SCGS

It made writing quite fun and I also have been quite interested in writing during the workshop.

Dan Yuet Ian - Age 11, NYPS

I like the workshop as it teaches us how to use different techniques of writing essays.

Mode of Payment

Fees should be paid by Monday 9 March 2020 to confirm your child's seat in the class.

We encourage all parents to secure the seats early. All fees must be received before the start of the class. 

Hence, kindly note the following modes of payment:

Payments made 7 days or more before the first lesson

  • NETS
  • iBanking
  • PayNow
  • Cheque

Payment made 6 days or less before the first lesson 

  • NETS
  • iBanking
  • PayNow

Payment on the day of the first lesson

  • NETS only and an additional late fee surcharge of $50

Reserve Your Child's Spot Today

Call us to find out more

Mon - Fri  9.30am - 5pm  Sat 9am - 4pm

Both current students and students not enrolled in our classes are welcomed! Parents who wish to sign their child(ren) up for the workshop may do so by dropping us an email at chalk@creativecampus.com.sg, filling in our contact form, or calling us at 6455 3063.

Registration is accepted on a rolling basis until seats are fully taken. Kindly note that seats are only confirmed upon full payment of fees. Payment must reach us before Monday 9 March 2020 to confirm your child's seat in the class. Otherwise, the seat will be offered to the next person on the waiting list.


"Yes, it's important to prepare for exams, but more crucial is the need to be nimble and adapt deftly to a dynamic world."

Geraldine Chew  //  

Founding Director of Creative Campus

Director of Programmes [Upper Primary, Secondary and General Paper]

Chief Executive Officer

Director of Teacher Instruction

"Language competency and the ability to apply theory to practice is a life skill, something that students will constantly find relevant, even long after their last class at Creative Campus."

Mrs Elizabeth Yeo  //  

Founding Director of Creative Campus

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Director of Programme [Primary Levels]