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A confident and creative problem solver in Mathematics. 


To develop pupils to become confident and creative problem solvers through meaningful and enjoyable learning experiences. 

Committee Members 

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Head of Department 

Mrs Mahani Kamin

P1 Representative 

Mrs Serene Ho and Mdm Marsita 

P2 Representative 

Mrs Angel Tang and Mdm Nurul Ilmi

P3 Representative 

Ms Padmavathy and Ms Celine Teo 

P4 Representative 

Mdm Tan Soon Fun, Mdm Denise Low 

and Ms Yong Wan Ting

P5 Representative 

Mrs Sharon Chua and Mdm Lily Hoi

P6 Representative 

Mdm Deepa and Mrs Jayce Mok 

Teaching and Learning 

Students will be engaged in: 

  • Investigative Work, Problem Solving, Math Trail, Journal Writing, Games, Puzzles, Quizzes etc

The following processes will be involved: 

  • Gathering of data 
  • Observing outcomes 
  • Looking for references 
  • Identifying and determining patterns and relationships 
  • Measuring lengths, masses and time 
  • Analyse situations 
  • Graphing information and results 
  • Communicating findings in written reports or oral presentations

Promoting Thinking and Reasoning in the Math Classroom through Math AR3T

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Math Problem Solving Framework

Programme Highlights 2019
Programmes / ActivitiesLevel involvedDate
Hope Programme  
 From Term 2 onwards
E2K Math  P4 and P5 
 During curriculum time
Structured Support Programme (After School )For identified students to maximise their potential Term 1 Week 3 Monday onwards
Math Olympiad Training  P4 and P5 Term 1 Week 7 onwards
Math and Chess Enrichment Programme  P3 - P4Term 3 Week 1 onwards
Math Games Tournament / Competition P3,P4,P5,P6Numero Term1 Week 4 
Numero Term 2 Week 7
Chess Term 4 Week 4 
Innovation Week Activities 

Term 1 Week 2

Term 1 Week 7

Classroom Activities
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