As students move on to Primary 2, we continue to build their foundation in the English Language by expanding their vocabulary and developing their writing and reading skills. We would also introduce more grammar rules and hone their sentence formation and comprehension answering skills.
PRIMARY 2 WRITING + ENGLISH PROGRAMME
Introducing WR!TERS@WORK Upgraded Primary 2 WR!TE + ENGLISH Program
- Incorporating Grammar, Vocabulary, Oral, and Comprehension Open-ended
- With this Super Sized Program, students will not only
- Learn how to plan compositions
- Master the mechanics of writing
- Write with confidence
The key is to help Primary 2 students develop a deeper interest in learning the English Language and gain the confidence to voice their own personal opinions and express themselves in a coherent manner. Young Primary 2 students will also
- Sharpen their grammar rules
- Expand their vocabulary bank
- Develop critical thinking skills to answer comprehension questions
- Learn how to speak with confidence and ace Show and Tell
WHY STUDY WITH US?
WR!TERS@WORK empowers the next generation of future leaders, and they are ready to take on the challenges of tomorrow
Mastering grammar rules, critical reading, and comprehension answering techniques trains students to be actively agile and organised in their thinking. Students become resourceful thinkers when looking for the most efficient solutions to tackle questions under exam pressure.
W@W students develop cognitive flexibility in problem-solving, and we look forward to seeing them become future leaders who can convert changes into opportunities for innovation, success, and growth.
With a strong command of the language, W@W students have a way with words not only on paper but also in oral presentations. Their mastery of the English language and expansive vocabulary bank allow them to voice their opinions and share their ideas sophistically.
Their eloquence will bring them places in their academic pursuits and career endeavours. We have seen many W@W students grow to become exceptional communicators as they embark on their careers in different professional fields such as law, engineering, accountancy, and medicine.
Being excellent writers, W@W students have boundless creativity when crafting insightful personal reflections and writing convincing arguments in essays. This learning process sharpens their ingenuity in problem-solving, widens their perceptions and world views, and trains them to think on their feet.
W@W students are solutions-oriented when analyzing questions and crafting their narratives, they
confidently tackle challenges whether in school or in life. As a resilient individual, they will excel in this VUCA world.
W@W students wield the pen with confidence and skills as they grow from writing beautiful narratives to persuasive essays. Empowered with an arsenal of language skills, techniques, and exposure to writing different genres of essays, W@W students scale great heights in their learning in higher institutions.
Effective writing is a highly demanded skill in adulthood, W@W students’ ability to write well has helped them excel at tertiary education and score prestigious internships with high profile start-ups in Singapore.
W@W MODEL COMPOSITION
CAUGHT IN THE RAIN
By Jovan Ang, Rulang Primary School
Janice glanced worriedly at her wrist watch. The time was already ten past seven. She had twenty minutes to make it to school on time. The sky was overcast. A slight drizzle rained down like a mist. It started raining cats and dogs as Janice reached the bus stop. She had ignored her mother’s advice to take an umbrella with her. She wondered how she was going to make it to school in the rain.
Good studying tips to help your child ace Primary 2:
- Now that they have made their friends, it is important for them to know the difference between Singlish and proper English. While it is good to know colloquial slang, it is important for them to know when to switch to proper English, such as to answer examinations.
- As they are exploring the world around them, it is important to let them try new things. Do not discourage