- At Age 11, SCGS
I enjoy going to Creative Campus as it has a good learning environment. The teachers know how to motivate the students by using relevant videos to make lessons more interesting. We also learn about current global affairs. My English grades have improved since I started going to Creative Campus.
- At Age 9, St Andrew's
I like Creative Campus because the teachers are very dedicated. They explain everything you need to learn in school as well as for GEP. We did a GEP exercise and it was helpful for my GEP Selection Test. The worksheets that Creative Campus gives are good and challenging. It helps you attain better marks. I started Creative Campus at the start of the previous year and this year for SA1, I scored 49.5/50. I also got highest in my compositions and was highest in overall English results. I’m still waiting for my GEP results but I think that Creative Campus is a very good English centre.
- At Age 10, Maris Stella
I enjoy my class at Creative Campus especially when the teacher goes through with us what is happening in the world. It helps with my general knowledge and vocabulary. My teacher is very patient with me and under her guidance, my English grades in school have improved greatly. I look forward to my lesson every week.
Cheong Ee Rynn
- At Age 10, RGPS
I have been going to Creative Campus for more than a year. I look forward to my teacher’s class every Friday. She is kind and friendly and her lessons are always very fun. I enjoy the “News of the Week” discussion each week. It helps me develop an interest in reading the newspapers and thus increase my knowledge of current affairs. My favourite part about Creative Campus is the short supplemental videos we get to watch that ties in with the lesson. It makes the lesson lively and interesting.
- At Age 9, Catholic High
I like the kind teachers teaching me and I get to write creatively and freely.
- At Age 11, SCGS
It taught me different and fun techniques in writing. The teachers were also interesting and made the classes fun.
- At Age 10, ACSJ
I like that the teachers elaborately explain how the writing is and how different teachers focus on different things.
- At Age 7, SCGS
Lessons were fun and I made new friends.
My son has been in Mrs Elizabeth Yeo's class at Creative Campus for four years since Primary 5. In addition to giving them lots of homework, Mrs Yeo would go over the mistakes in the school English test papers with the students after their exams. This is not only helpful for the student in question but also for the other students who learn not to make the same mistakes.
In her classes, Mrs Yeo emphasises and reinforces the techniques for composition and comprehension. My son, who likes summarising passages in one liners, has under Mrs Yeo's diligent tutelage, come to see the wisdom of applying these techniques, most notably the PEEL (Point, Evidence, Example & Link) technique. He has also benefitted hugely from the weekly class discussion of the current affairs.
Mrs Yeo is a wonderful English teacher with a heart for her students.
Mother of Kennan Neo, Anglo Chinese School (Independent), Age 14
Dear Mrs Yeo,
Asami loves your lesson so much and learnt a lot from your great leading. Therefore, she insists on attending your lesson until the end of the stay in Singapore. Asami is one of the top scorers in her school. She scored A* for all subjects in the PSLE and her total aggregate score is 268. It is all thanks to your great leading and encouragement for Asami. We really appreciate your kindness, support and splendid guidance for her.
Mother of Asami Fujii, Yuhua Primary School, Age 12
Dear Mrs Yeo,
Thank you for your help in Dillon’s learning journey. Really appreciate your patience, empathy and understanding of Dillon’s problem. It is not easy to find teachers whom go out of their way to help a child and you are one of them. A sincere thank you to you.
Mother of Dillon Koh, Anglo Chinese Primary School, Age 11
My two children enjoy the classes, especially the newspaper discussion. It does widen their general knowledge and interest in English. Though my child only joined Creative Campus after the September holidays, I found that the lessons were rigorous towards the examination period and that left us parents feeling that our child is in good hands. Most of the components were well covered, including the writing component. I have no doubt in the quality of teachers as my child enjoys the interactive lessons thoroughly!
Mother of Auston Lim, Catholic High School, Age 9
We speak mostly Chinese at home and as such, English has always been Xin Ran’s weakest subject since Primary 3. Although she is in the top class for her level, her English result has always been lower than the class average by 2-3 marks. However, after we joined Creative Campus, we saw her grades improve – she reached the class average for the first time in P4 SA1 and even scored above average for her SA2. We really appreciate your help and guidance and believe that Xin Ran will become more confident in her language ability and improve steadily in the future.
Mother of Huang Xin Ran, Ru Lang Primary School, Age 10