Early Ages (Age 3 To 5)
The junior department at Improve ME takes great pride in encouraging students to actively build a strong foundation in numerical skills, offering targeted math lessons for kids. Our program features engaging, colorful worksheets that initiate the learning process by focusing on counting and number sequencing.
Further topics in our mathematics curriculum include:
Recognising, counting, and writing numbers (up to 20)
Introduction to addition and subtraction using pictorial representation and number line
Use words like “more than & less than” to compare numbers
Recognising and drawing the common 2D shapes
Primary (Age 6 - 11)
Key skills that we build on are:
Percentages, Fractions, and an Introduction to Fractions
Middle School (Age 10 - 15)
This will start to introduce more complex topics, such as:
Introduction to Trigonometry
We take great pride in aiming toward gearing students before their key examinations in year 11 and year 13. This approach comes hand in hand with consistent work and determination built upon years of discipline and practice.
Senior (Age 15-18)
Our Senior Mathematics program puts great focus on Mathematical concepts for their examinations. At Improve ME, we implement a unique approach for every student and ensure their education is tailor-made. We are flexible and work at the child’s pace, while fully supporting the curriculum. Our wide range of courses at the undergraduate level offers outstanding learning in MaThesis and its links to other subjects.
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In the Further Mathematics course, we cover a broad range of topics, with a focus on Pure Mathematics, including:
- Advanced Calculus
- Descrete Mathematics
Other aspects also include applied components of the subject such as Statistics, Mechanics, and Decision modules. The MaThesis programme in the Senior department ensures that core concepts are taught with precision to aid students in their external examinations.
Through curated resources and carefully delivered sessions, Improve ME facilitates students to outperform in their academic endeavours.