ABOUT US - Believing, Empowering, Achieving
At WR!TERS @ WORK, we believe the ability to write can be taught. Our goal is to empower children with the skills and confidence they need to excel at school and beyond.
Established in 2012 by a group of edu-preneurs, WR!TERS @ WORK challenges traditional teaching methods with a structured and results-driven curriculum.
Each of our writing courses is designed to make learning enjoyable and help children achieve outstanding exam results.
OUR CURRICULUM - Challenging boundaries
Our curriculum is designed to take students on a journey and push the boundaries of their existing knowledge. This results-driven curriculum also empowers students to seek excellence in every composition examination.
WR!TERS @ WORK teachers use real-life scenarios to engage and inspire children’s minds through discussion, dramatisation and visual aids.
These experiential activities are what set us apart and help us to bring out the best in our budding writers.
OUR ACHIEVEMENTS - Celebrating successes
More than 4,900 W@W students have achieved A & A* in examinations since 2012.
At WR!TERS @ WORK, every child is important to us. That’s why we line our walls with their words.
Read some of our students’ masterpieces now.
Huffing and puffing, I finally managed to squeeze my way through all the commuters and saw her at the end of the train, admiring her reflection in the miniature mirror she had brought along. Tara was decked from head to toe in her latest craze, fairies. Today, she was “Tinkerbell”.
PSLE ACS Primary
To say that time is always a scarce resource would be an understatement. In fact, time is the scarcest resource and always will be. New diamond and gold deposits are discovered, and new bills are printed. Such is not the case with time. Nothing that any of us do in this life will allow us to accrue a moment’s more time, and nothing will allow us to regain the time misspent.
Low Huey Sze, O Levels
CHIJ St. Theresa’s Convent
“Since coming to W@W, I’ve seen a marked improvement in my daughter’s composition results at school. She’s picked up useful PSLE composition writing tips from W@W and gets lots of practice weekly to enhance her writing skills.”
Dr. Elizabeth Wong
Parent of our PSLE student