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Science Programme

For Primary 3-6 students

Science enrichment and tuition term programme

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Prof MetaRay, mascot of MetaQuest, a premium Science enrichment and tuition programme for primary school students
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Developed by experienced Science educators with more than two decades of teaching experience in the Singapore education system, this enrichment and tuition programme helps students to acquire knowledge and critical thinking skills to excel in school and beyond. Our programme is tailored to the demands of the MOE syllabus.

 

Specially designed hands-on activities and real-world issues are embedded in our curriculum to enhance students’ learning experience. Through structured revision, your child will achieve confidence and success in examinations.

Hands-on activities and experiments at MetaQuest

 

To make learning fun and effective for our students, hands-on activities and experiments are a regular and integral part of our students' learning cycle at MQ. That's why our students receive a lab coat when they enrol for our physical lessons!

When our young scientists get to conduct or participate in our activities or experiments, they:

  • Gain an effective understanding of abstract concepts

  • Retain information better with multisensory learning

  • Acquire exam-smart strategies and tips

  • Have a passion for Science sparked in them!

 

If Science is not your child’s favourite subject yet, we might just change their mind after a lesson with us!

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The MetaQuest Learning Cycle

Our tried and tested methodology to give your child a well-rounded and enjoyable Science learning experience. 

1.

Reality

Check

2.

Class

ACTivity

3.

The

Big Idea

4.

Topical Key Phrases

5.

Concept to Application

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The MetaQuest Difference

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Team of Passionate and Highly Qualified Educators

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Be Exam-Ready and Conquer Open-Ended Questions

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Inculcate an Inquisitive Mind That Will Benefit the Child for a Lifetime

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Using Fun Hands-on Activities to Bring Concepts to Life

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Excel with MetaQuest’s Essential Science Skills™

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Spark Curiosity to Explore the World of Science

Prof MetaRay, mascot of MetaQuest, a premium Science enrichment and tuition programme for primary school students

Hear from our Parents!

Being a stay-home mum, I'm not a fan of external coaching. My view on MetaQuest changed when we enrolled my P4 and P6 girls in MQ's Dec school holiday 3-hour programme. I was hoping to let them have some fun with Science, as the programme name suggested. They came back raving about the class, sharing excitedly about the numerous Science experiments they conducted. From what I learnt, I could see that these Science experiments were not frivolous activities, but specially designed experiments aimed at driving home certain key Science concepts.

Under my children’s strong persuasion, I enrolled them in the regular weekly Science classes at MQ. It has been 6 weeks into the course, and my children are enjoying every lesson. I like it that the lesson is very well balanced. Science experiments are conducted at the beginning of each lesson. This gives students first-hand experience with experimental setups and observing outcomes, which leads to a sound grasp of key Science concepts. They are also taught answering techniques which are crucial in scoring well in exams... 

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Christy Chan, Mother of Kirsten Teo, P6
Pei Chun Public School

PSLE Science: A*

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Otherwise, please call us during our operating hours:
Mon - Fri: 2.30pm - 9.30pm
SAT: 8.45am - 6.15pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.

Prof MetaRay, mascot of MetaQuest, a premium Science enrichment and tuition programme for primary school students