Maths: Love it or hate it?
Chances are that if your child is past Class 5, he or she falls into one of the following two categories of people on this planet: people who love Maths or those who fear it. Research shows that middle school is where the beauty of Maths is often turned into an ugly, scary monster, out to hunt the faint-hearted.
The amazing thing is that, done right, it does not have to be that way at all. In fact, while not everyone is a natural mathematician, Maths as a subject can be fun to learn and explore with a little bit of imagination.
Maths plays a key role in life and of course is central to many career options later in life. Why should your child shut out those career choices so early in life?
About Second School
We help children learn and become confident in their knowledge! We are an education company set up to help students acquire a deep understanding of a subject and, as a result, get better marks, through resource centres in schools and neighbourhood centers.
Second School has programs in Maths and Science for Classes IV to X.
The Second School Learning System
Today, our children are taught Maths with a primarily left-brain approach, through extensive drill and practice. The right side of the brain does not participate, so children are not able to see the big picture, and understand Maths and its real applications.
At Second School every chapter is introduced through examples, activities and games to engage the right brain before getting into extensive practice.
We know that each child is different, with different learning styles, and will face different learning challenges. Our assessment tracks each child through their complete learning process, and focuses on their specific learning needs. Our class sizes are small (not more than 12 learners) so that individual attention can be given to each student.