2021 Year-End Holiday Program: Step into 2022 with us!

21 Oct

Step Up your [ Goal ] this School Holidays!

Our Year-End Holiday Program is back to prepare students for upcoming school year!

22 November to 17 December 2021, Mondays to Fridays

Explore our 2021 Year-End Holiday Class Schedule at Math Arena

– Get 10% discount on a full-course payment made by 15 Nov 2021!

Hello Students!

School holidays are just around the corner and they mark the end of yet another academic year. This means that it is time for fun and joy for our precious ones! We are excited to invite you to join our Year End Holiday Program this coming school holidays. As always, our year end holiday program is designed to bring passion in learning, inspiration in enriching and achieving … PLUS PLUS PLUS!

What You Can Expect 🙂

  • Concepts taught with worked examples by tutor before students attempt related questions…
  • Materials crafted to enhance creativity in problem solving…
  • Transferable problem solving skills…
  • Lessons made comprehensive for learning!
  • Hybrid lessons are available too!

PSLE A* Achievers (P6 Maths)

This course is a head-start in school syllabus P6 math curriculum for prospective P6 pupils. This will be a good time to pick up skills to tackle higher-order challenging heuristic and non-routine problems, getting a competitive edge among your peers before the bustling year begins.

Topics covered include; 4 Operations in Algebraic Expressions, Problems involving Fractions/Ratio/Decimal/Percentage, Circles, Rate & Speed

P4, P5 and P6 Fusion Math (preparing for NMOS/ RIPMWC/ APMOPS)

This enrichment program is structured for students who want to challenge themselves on the advance content in the mathematics discipline and build a versatile skill set in high order problem solving, with intentions to clinch high tier awards in the local mathematical competitions.

Hwa Chong Institution – Singapore Mathematical Olympiad for Primary Schools (SMOPS) for P5-P6 in 2022

Raffles Institution Primary Mathematics World Contest (RIPMWC) for P5-P6 in 2022

NUS High School of Math & Science – National Mathematical Olympiad of Singapore (NMOS) for P4-P5 in 2022

ACSI Annual Mathlympics for all Singapore Primary Schools for P4-P5 in 2022

Gauss Contest for P3-P6; Sec 1-2 (nonlocal): May 2022

Australian Mathematics Competition for P3-P6; Sec 1-4 (nonlocal): July/ August 2022

Science Program

The Science program stresses on the content and its delivery in an engaging manner. Hands-on experiments will be carried out during school holiday programs to build up pupil’s experimental knowledge.

Available levels: Primary 4 (Experimental Learning on Heat & Light Energy), Primary 5 (Experimental Learning on Electricity), Primary 6 High Achiever Science: Experimental Learning on Forces & Energy)

Advanced Science in Competition Training (P4-P5) / DSA Advanced Science (P5-P6)

The courses listed are offered to students who will be participating in the Singapore Primary Science Olympiad (SPSO), as well as prospective P6 students who will be sitting for the Year 1 admission (science) test to NUS High School in 2022. Click here to find out more about admission to Year 1 (NUS High School of Math & Science). We welcome prospective P5 students to join this program as well, as an early preparation for upcoming written selection test(s) in their P6 year.

NUS High School of Math & Science – Singapore Primary Science Olympiad (SPSO) for P4-P5 in 2022

Advanced Science by Topic – SPSO (2021 Year-End Holiday Training Class)

– Cell Structure & Organisation
– Physiology
– Transformation of Matter
– Thermal Properties
– Magnetism

At Math Arena, content of the DSA Advanced Science (P6) course is divided into 2 modules:

Module 1: Biology (10-day Program)

Topics covered include; From Cells to Systems, Diffusion & Osmosis, Enzymes, General Health, Human Anatomy, Genetics & Heredity, Ecosystem

Module 2: Physics & Chemistry (10-day Program)

Physics topics include: Physical Quantities, Measurements & Conversion, Graphs of Kinematics, Mass, Weight & Density, Thermal Energy, Sound Energy, Force & Pressure, Light (Reflection, Refraction, Colours & Lens), Current & Practical Electricity

Chemistry topics include: Periodicity of Elements, Compounds & Mixtures, Kinetic Particle Theory, Atomic Structure & Chemical Bonding, Common Chemical Reactions, Separation Techniques

Should you have any further query regarding registration or lesson schedule, kindly send them to admin@matharena.com.sg.

Our Opening Hours

Year-End School Holidays (22 Nov to 17 Dec 2021)

Mondays to Fridays – 10 am to 4:30 pm

Our premises will be opened from 9:45 am onwards(Closed on Saturdays and Sundays, from 25 Dec 2021 till 2 Jan 2022)

Interested in our School Term Weekly Classes? 2022 Semester 1 Class Schedule is out!

– Get 10% discount on a full-course payment made by 24 Dec 2021!

2022 School Term 1 & 2:

Mondays to Fridays – 3 pm to 9 pm

Saturdays – 9:30 am to 6 pm

Sundays – 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm

(Closed on Chinese New Year from 31 Jan to 3 Feb 2022, 19 Mar & 20 Mar 2022 (March School Holiday Weekend), Good Friday 15 Apr 2022, Labour Day & Hari Raya Puasa from 1 May to 3 May 2022 and Vesak Day 15 May & 16 May 2022)

— updated since 21 Oct 2021

A’ Level 2021 H2 Maths 9758 Paper 2 Suggested Answers

12 Nov

Click here to view the suggested solutions for the H2 Maths Paper 2 on Friday, 12 Nov 2021.

A’ Level 2021 H2 Maths 9758 Paper 1 Suggested Answers

9 Nov

Click here to view the suggested solutions for the H2 Maths Paper 1 on Tuesday, 9 Nov 2021.

Happy Deepavali!

4 Nov

Dear Parents & Students,

There is NO lesson today as our centre is closed on Deepavali (4 Nov). Lessons will resume from this Friday, 5 Nov onwards. Enjoy the holiday!

O’ Level 2021 Additional Maths 4049 Paper 2 Suggested Answers

28 Oct

Click here to view the suggested solutions for the Additional Maths Paper 2 on Wednesday, 27 Oct 2021.

O’ Level 2021 Additional Maths 4049 Paper 1 Suggested Answers

26 Oct

Click here to view the suggested solutions for the Additional Maths Paper 1 on Monday, 25 Oct 2021.

2021 September Holiday Classes – Intensive Revision for the PSLE!

25 Aug

10% Early Bird Discount for payment made by Tue, 31 Aug 2021. Click here for the September Holiday Class Schedule. Limited seats for physical lessons. Sign up today!

PSLE Math Holiday Revision: 6TH to 8TH SEP

Mon to Wed 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

P6 pupils will be working on mock papers that comprise both short and long questions.

Practice is the other key ingredient for success in PSLE Math. Hence we are going to have an intensive program that has systematic coverage of PSLE math topics, emphasizes on higher order challenging problems and where pupils’ presentation of solutions will be fine-tuned.

PSLE Science Holiday Revision: 9TH, 10TH & 12TH SEP

Thur, Fri & Sun 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Revision will be done through open ended papers with questions to assess student’s skills in interpreting information and investigate using at least one of the following process skills:

  • Inferring
  • Predicting
  • Analysing
  • Evaluating
  • Generating possibilities
  • Formulating hypothesis
  • Communicating

Popular! The PSLE Science Final Sprint is back this year with 2 final sessions to prepare for the PSLE Science paper on 5 Oct 2021.

PSLE Science Final Sprint: 1ST & 4TH Oct 2021

Fri & Mon 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm

2021 PSLE Science Final Sprint <- Click on link for more details!

Sign up by Sun, 12 Sep for 15% discount on both sessions! Terms and conditions apply.

Supersaver or Bestbuy ? (Solve this PSLE Math Problem)

17 Mar

Haziq wanted to buy a watch and a tablet. Both items were on sale in the 2 shops.

The following shows the usual price of the watch and tablet.

Which shop should Haziq buy the 2 items from? What is the difference in the discounts given by the shops?

Ming and Pong had the same amount of money … (PSLE MATH Problem sum)

17 Mar

Ming and Pong had the same amount of money. Ming bought a soccer ball and had $78 left. Pong bought a tennis racket and had 1/4 of what Ming left. The tennis racket cost 3 times as much as the soccer ball. How much did Pong have at first?

Ain and Siti had 240 beads altogether … (PSLE Math must try)

17 Mar

Question from Shah:

Ain and Siti had 240 beads altogether. After each of them bought 20 more beads, the ratio of the number of Ain’s beads to the number of Siti’s beads became 3:5. How many beads did Siti have at first?