This programme is designed for children as young as six years of age with the ultimate aim of sitting for the IGCSE or “O” Level Examination when they're ready.
This is a full-time programme in which the students will attend classes from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every weekday (Monday to Friday).
Each child will be assessed and extensive interviews with the parents will be conducted to establish a starting point. From there, we will work on an agreed schedule of progress which are subject to periodic reviews.
We accept students with all range of capabilities.
What are the entry requirements?
There is no minimum requirement, but we expect our students to be ready for schools. We would, however, require potential students to sit for an assessment. This is to ensure the baseline from which we would continue their education. The assessment also allows us to better understand the strengths and weaknesses of the candidates.
How is the programme carried out?
Students are required to attend classes from Monday to Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. with a 90 minutes lunch break from 12:45 p.m. There’ll be three classes each day except Tuesdays. Tuesdays are reserved for extracurricular lessons and activities. There will be a combination of tutorial, assignments, and group projects.
Will there be any homework?
We believe that children should have ample rest time and playtime after school. We also encourage diligence. As such, we require students to complete their assignments during schooltime. They may, however, be required to carry out some research or reading at home.
What are the subjects taught?
The subjects available are as follow:
(Chinese & Malay are optional exam subject)
(STEM – optional)
(Humanities - optional)
(Guided self-learning – optional)
Information & Communication Technology
How long does it take to finish the course?
The Cambridge curriculum from primary to secondary takes 11 years – that is from age six till 16. In My Learning World, we focus on the capability of each child. If the child is capable, he or she can complete the course earlier. Typically, a child starting with us at the age of seven or eight, would be able to sit for the IGCSE exam by the age of 16.