Mindstretcher - Discussion

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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by ss2 » Fri Jun 01, 2018 11:14 pm

concerned_mum wrote:How often is their spelling? They provide model answer for composition?
If not wrong is like 1 month once.Yes,They do give model compo.
The spelling words will be usually from the compo.

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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by concerned_mum » Sat Jun 02, 2018 11:04 am

Thks ss2 for the response. Any idea what criteria is required for high achiever?

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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by concerned_mum » Sat Jun 02, 2018 11:05 am

Thks ss2 for the response. Any idea what criteria is required for high achiever?

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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by private » Sat Jun 02, 2018 11:19 am

It was above 80 marks when I enrolled my child a few years ago. It should still be around this range. You can call them to enquire.

I find there are too many students in MS class, especially weekend classes. Weekday HA classes still ok but need to find out credibility of teachers.

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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by Cloud Cloud » Sat Jun 02, 2018 1:31 pm

Dino wrote:
Dino wrote:Hi,

Need help!!!! does anyone has experience with the P1 headstart class for 5 year old eng and maths? need some advice if its good. Please PM me if not convenient to talk in the open chat..... many thanks!!!!
hello, anyone got prior experience before? many thanks =)
My girl attended their class. Ideally, your child can listen to instructions to benefit. It’s a classroom environment. The stuff they teach are similar to what you can find in assessment books.if you have no time or prefer to outsource, the class should help your child to adjust to primary school.

For English, they do show and tell and will send you the video clip. I find this part quite useful. They also try to introduce some science information like animals habitats.

It helps if your child likes the teacher and classmates.


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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by concerned_mum » Sun Jun 03, 2018 1:33 pm

Any show n tell for p1&2?

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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by laughingcat » Sun Jun 03, 2018 2:47 pm

concerned_mum wrote:Any show n tell for p1&2?
No. Emphasis should be oral by then.

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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by Dino » Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:47 am

My girl attended their class. Ideally, your child can listen to instructions to benefit. It’s a classroom environment. The stuff they teach are similar to what you can find in assessment books.if you have no time or prefer to outsource, the class should help your child to adjust to primary school.

For English, they do show and tell and will send you the video clip. I find this part quite useful. They also try to introduce some science information like animals habitats.

It helps if your child likes the teacher and classmates.[/quote]

i see. so its really much of rote learning without much interaction?

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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by Ivy2012 » Sat Jun 23, 2018 9:13 am

Anyone has feedback on Mind stretcher at Sun Plaza? Is it good?

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Re: Mindstretcher - Discussion

Post by kkjb83 » Tue Aug 21, 2018 1:00 pm

anyone has feedback on Mindstretcher Hougang? How are the teachers? the teacher ratio like?

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