LEARNING BASED ON ABILITY, NOT AGE
The Kumon Method
The Kumon Method of Learning was born out of a father’s love to his son. In its almost 60 years of existence, the Kumon Method has nurtured millions of students worldwide.
Kumon is now available in 47 countries and regions, with 4 million enrolments. In Singapore, there are 17,000 enrolments in the Kumon Method for the Mathematics, English and Chinese Programmes.
Professionals and subject-experts with long-standing experience.
The Mathematics Programme is designed to focus on the essential concepts to enable students to solve high school level mathematics problems as early as possible.
In the Language Programmes, students gain a strong interest in reading and develop an advanced level of reading comprehension ability. The passages from the English Programme worksheets are extracted from over 300 books, from well-loved titles like “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” and “Peter Pan” to classic works. of Shakespeare and Oscar Wilde. The CDs of the Chinese Programme range from easy nursery rhymes and famous Tang Poetry to classics with great literary merit.
How Does The Kumon Method Work?
New students are given an easy starting point, so as to help build their confidence and at the same time make school work enjoyable. Combined with the completion of daily worksheets, students develop discipline and good learning habits. Instructors create individualised study projections for each student based on close observation of each student’s progress and individual instruction to each child.
As students progress to higher levels, their ability to recognise and correct their own mistakes, which was developed from earlier levels, comes in handy. And because the worksheets are designed such that students can solve the problems on their own by following the examples, students develop the ability to self-learn new topics. Instructors continually encourage students to progress far beyond their school grade level, instilling a challenging spirit in them.
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