In our ‘O’ Level Writing Programme, we ensure that our graduating students are ready to ace the English Language examination. It is a race against time to prepare for the ‘O’ Levels, hence our writing programme focuses on teaching our students how to tackle popular examination essay topics and answer comprehension questions effectively. Our ‘O’ Level students will master all genres of writing (Narrative, Expository, Discursive, & Argumentative), critical comprehension skills and summary writing techniques to excel in their English Language Papers.
O-LEVEL POWER WRITING PROGRAMME
HALL OF FAME
Teenagers are social creatures, often requiring the acceptance of a group or face the threat of being isolated. The coming of age prompts self-discovery. Teenagers persistently seek out their own identity. They yearn to become part of a group that reaffirms self-identity, be it nerds, jocks or artistically inclined. They long for a sense of belonging to a group. Enter the trends: wearing shoes from Nike, watching brand new animes and listening to the hottest Korean bands and singers. These trends will generate some form of social acceptance, as well as a large bank of conversation topics. Trends represent the pinnacle of pop culture, sought after relentlessly by adolescents to fill their psychological needs for social inclusion and to boost their otherwise unstable self-esteem. As long as teenagers care about the social aspect of their lives, they will remain moths surrounding the flame that is the hottest trend.
Low Tjun Lym
School of Science and Technology (Year 4)
HALL OF FAME
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)
Thank you to W@W for helping my daughter to scale the peak of the mountain. When my daughter first started with W@W she was achieving A2 for English in school, so she was aiming for top scores. Her W@W teacher was able to help her improve her writing and her essay scores hit the top band. At ‘O’ Level, my daughter achieved her desired score and got A1 for English Language.
Parent of our O-Level student