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FAQs

Here are some typical, frequently asked questions from students and parents at Learn@ease.


  • Are your teachers qualified?

    For our lead teachers, the minimum qualification is a bachelor’s degree, but some have further qualifications, including PGDE and a master’s degree. All teachers receive intensive initial training and an on-going professional training.
    At Learn@ease, learning is for everyone, not just for our students.

    How many students are there in each class?
    Classes are typically between 12-20 students.

    Will my child have homework?
    Yes, homework is given every day after the lesson for the upper primary classes and every weekend for the lower primary classes. Please ask about the Learn@ease homework policy when you make an appointment.

    What happens if my child is ahead of other children in the class?
    Because of our grouping strategy, we review students’ progress weekly and ensure students’ progress weekly and ensure that the child is put in an appropriate group where he/she will have greater challenge. However, the parents are duly informed before this change.

    How do I know if my child has improved?
    In addition to weekly homework, students take an assessment after every 8 lessons covering the topics they have been studying. You will be informed of your child’s progress regularly.

    Can teachers help with my child’s school homework?
    Yes, we are happy to advice and help in all aspects of your child’s education.

    Are the children taken through exam papers?
    Yes. Preparation for secondary school entrance examinations is a core service offered by Learn@ease. Your child will be adequately prepared for all exams he/she will be taking. We adopt proven testing techniques using past revision exam question papers for different school entrances.

    Are you open throughout the year?
    Yes. As a general rule, our classes run all year round. We close for two weeks in December and one week at the end of August before the new academic year.

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