Frequently Asked Questions
What is the frequency of assessment and quantity of homework?
We provide customized individual learning plan to prepare each and every student to become English proficient in speaking, reading, and writing.
There are daily assessment and homework to evaluate students’ learning progress in each lesson.
Our goal of assessments and homework is to provide students with opportunities to apply, retain and reinforce the language skills they have learnt.
Are these assessments equivalent to MOE format and standard of examination?
Our curriculum is FULLY ALIGNED with requirements of the Singapore MOE and ADHERE to the formats of the national examinations.
We prepare our students to become English proficient for the PSLE or GCE O & A Levels examinations one-year before taking the actual exam. (for students who enroll in ELLoquence® at least 24 months before their exams)
Which level of proficiency should my child start?
Each student will be assessed by our ELLoquence® Proficiency Assessment Test and placed at a level appropriate to his language ability.
As our curriculum is ability-based, we are able to provide customized individual learning plan for every student and prepare each one to become English proficient in speaking, reading, and writing.
How do I keep track of my child’s progress?”
Every student has a personal portfolio file and a digital grade book. Parents can track their child’s progress online at any time.
What is a good time for us to visit Thesys Learning Centre?
You can register your interest via our Online Registration page and we will contact you shortly.
Alternatively, you can call 8742 2100 to make an appointment with our Curriculum Specialist.
Do check our operating hours if you are dropping by!
Will you provide school holiday workshop?
Yes! Join us for a variety of holiday workshops to improve your children’s composition and comprehension skills.
There is a fantastic range of activities, some which focus on improving examination performance, while others provide enrichment on literature analysis and life skills.
Holiday Program, Holiday Workshop 2017
- 14 to 19 March 2017
- 6 to 11 June 2017
- 5 to 10 September 2017
- 4 to 24 December 2017