|HOD||Ms Loh Siew Yi|
Ms Angela Tang
Mrs Sharonjit Singh
Ms Norjannah Ali
Mr Ng Jun Kai
Mr Goh Gim Siong
Miss Ou Xin Ying
Mr Lim Ze Wei
Miss Kok Kerin
Mr Ravinder Singh
Mr Jeremy Guo
Mr Errol Benedict Robert
Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract (CPA) Approach to teaching Mathematics
RIGHT Method to teaching and learning word problems
Problem solving is an integral part of mathematics learning. In order to help pupils to become successful problem solvers, the department has developed the RIGHT Method as an approach to help pupils acquire problem solving skills. Based on George Polya’s problem solving process, pupils are taught how to systematically break down a problem into steps. During the process, pupils will be taught various strategies to help them to monitor and reflect on their problem solving process. By learning problem solving in mathematics, pupils will be able to acquire thinking skills and develop persistence in problem solving.
KEY MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMES
Fun Maths ProgrammeIn this 6-year programme, pupils’ learning of Mathematics are enriched by providing pupils with authentic learning experiences to help them connect and apply mathematical concepts and skills to real-life situations through different hands-on activities and games such as magic tricks, math puzzles, investigating about Math and Robotics.
|Primary 1||Maths Magic|
|Primary 2||Creative Maths|
|Primary 3||Strategizing with Maths Game|
|Primary 4||Investigative Math|
|Primary 5||Robotics (Level 1)|
|Primary 6||Robotics (Level 2)|
iSolve ProgrammePupils are equipped with problem-solving and heuristics skills to develop pupils’ thinking, reasoning and metacognitive skills through the RIGHT approach and school-based resources to help pupils to become successful problem solvers. P6 pupils also attend an additonal workshop conducted by external vendors to equip them with skills to solve more challenging word problems.
ICT-Based Learning PortalsAll pupils are subscribed to an e-learning portal to enhance and reinforce their learning of Mathematics. Pupils can access these learning portals to view lessons and attempt quizes at their own pace.
Take Home Learning ResourcesTo support pupils learning of multiplication facts, the department created a set of Multiplication Cards Learning Kit for all P2 and P3 pupils. Pupils use this set of cards in school as well as at home to help them to learn and master their multiplication facts. Pupils in the LSM Programme also receive learning kits and manipulatives to take home so that parents can help to reinforce their Maths concepts.
3S Programme (Support, Score & Stretch)The school customises its Maths curriculum to ensure that the different learning needs of pupils are catered for through its 3S (Support, Score and Stretch) Programme.
Support Programme: Pupils who need additional support to acquire basic knowledge and skills in numeracy are identified for the Learning Support for Mathematics (LSM) Programme (P1 and P2) and ICAN Programme (P3 to P6). This programme aims to build pupils’ confidence and positive beliefs about their ability to do Math through a specialised teaching approach.
Score Programme: Pupils with the potential to make greater progress in Maths attend additional training in problem-solving and heuristics to strengthen their problem solving skills. This programme aims to help pupils to bridge their learning gaps to help them achieve their goals.
Stretch Programme: High Progressing pupils are selected for the Talent Management Programme. They will participate in Maths Olympiad training workshops and given opportunities to represent the school in various Maths competitions. This programme aims to groom pupils’ talent in Mathematics and to stretch their potential.