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Singapore school syllabus

for Primary 1 to Primary 6 English, Maths, Science and Chinese


AI for better learning

Students can ask for hints if help is needed for a question. Explanations for all options will also be given upon completion of a question.


Real life rewards

All the stars earned through the syllabus-based exercises and good habits tracker can be exchanged for real life reward, both educational and recreational toys. ss


Encourage good habits

Students will be rewarded not just for selecting the correct answers, but for consistent hard work and grit. Additionally, we encourage frequent breaks in between questions to allow better consolidation of new concept. Your child also earn stars for that! Students can also set their own schedule and be reminded to log in and do some work. We believe that consistency is key to mastery.


Know your child's learning habits

Every child is different. Based on the learning habits of your child, you will be able to understand what kind of learner your child is. With every type of learner, there will be recommendations.


In-depth information about your child

With the parent login, you get detailed analyses of your child's performance and learning habits.


Multiple platform support

Web based for computer. Mobile apps for both iOS and Android phones.


Revision Support

Upload workings for more stars. These workings can be revisited as a form of revision.


Primary School Levels





About Us

  • MOE Teaching Award holder with experience in MOE syllabus working committee and more than 6 years’ experience in top IP school.
  • Certified NLP coach
  • Tens of thousands of questions from school teachers from top primary school in Singapore. Guided steps and explanations for every question, from qualified and experienced local teachers.


For parents/ teachers of younger students, we suggest accompanying them during their first few attempts, until they are familiar with the interface. Set clear routines and expectations for students to maximise their learning from these sessions.

Preparing pen and paper/ bookmarking online dictionaries before the session, so they have easy access to these tools when they require them.

Ensure that students attempt the question (e.g. write down the working or check the dictionary). It may be necessary to repeat this process until they are clear that they should not simply click on different options on each attempt, especially for younger children.

Reduce distractions before starting the practice session. For instance, place their mobile phone on silent mode/ switch it off/ place their mobile phone in another room.

Inform your child/ student of the topics/ questions they should expect to complete in this session. “