Our Proven and Effective Way of Learning and Teaching
How our students learn
New bite-sized content with slight variations and difficulties are introduced in each learning cycle, so that students can accumulate knowledge and skills gradually in class.
How our teachers teach
We use a systematic and standardised approach, known as SEPA, to guide our students.
Our teachers introduce to students a subject matter in the form of a conversation, text passage or video clip. The students gather bite-sized information about the subject matter through sensory observations, e.g. sight, hearing and touch.
The students are guided to relate the information to their past experiences and the environment to help them make key connections and build on their knowledge.
Our students are led by the teachers to process the gathered information by reading and thinking to gain deeper understanding and meaning of the subject matter.
Our teachers get students to use the processed information to share an opinion during class discussions or through writing practice.
Watch this video to find out how we use SEPA as a standardised teaching method to help our students learn better.