Cognitively Capable – MATHEMATICS
Nurturing confident and curious individuals who are independent problem- solvers and team players
To nurture future-ready students by developing their thinking and problem-solving skills
Mathematics @ Endeavour
Hands-on Learning Experiences
To enhance the understanding and mastery of Mathematics concepts, our students have many opportunities to work with concrete manipulatives. Students will relate the concepts to everyday things around them so that they can appreciate the relevance of Mathematics in their daily lives. In this way, the learning of Mathematics becomes more meaningful and authentic. Students also learn to make their thinking more visible by explaining how they solve Mathematics problems.
Factual Fluency Champions
We believe that a strong foundation is crucial in the development of conceptual understanding, skills and attitudes in our students. The Number Bonds Champion badge and the Multiplication Champion badge are examples of badges designed to motivate our young learners in mastering basic Mathematics facts. Our teachers help our students to gain this fluency through interesting games, practices and iPad apps during their Mathematics lessons.
Interactive Math Exchange Zone (IMEZ) @ EDP
IMEZ @ EDP was created to provide students with a space to hone their problem-solving skills through various interactive games. Students get to play Mathematics games on the iPads provided as well as challenge themselves and their schoolmates via puzzles in a fun manner. These games are carefully chosen to enhance higher-order thinking skills such as logical thinking, sequential thinking and spatial visualisation. Through playing these games, our students also learn to develop values such as perseverance and turn-taking.
Math Olympiad Enrichment Programme
Primary 4 and 5 students who display an aptitude for and an interest in Mathematics are invited to participate in the school’s Math Olympiad enrichment programme. Through this programme, students are challenged to develop higher-order thinking skills via a wider repertoire of problem-solving tools. Students are also given opportunities to pit their wits against the best through Math Olympiad and inter-school Mathematics competitions.
ACS Mathlympics 2017 Awardees
ACS 10th Annual Mathlympics 2017
We are also proud to announce that Gordan Han Yong Zhe of 5 Compassion has clinched the Gold Award in the final round of the 10th Annual Mathlympics for Primary Schools. This competition was organised by the Anglo-Chinese School (Independent). Well done, Gordon!
National Mathematical Olympiad of Singapore 2017
12 Primary 5 pupils took part in the National Mathematical Olympiad of Singapore (NMOS) on 28 June 2017. This is an annual competition organised by the NUS High School of Mathematics and Science. We are pleased to share that our pupils have done well with 2 Silvers, 1 Bronze and 6 Honourable Mention awards. In addition, Gabriel Teo Yi Yang of 5 Compassion qualified for the Special Round.
Other than the school-based Tangrams and Sudoku competitions, students with strong logical thinking skills are invited to participate in external competitions.
Yuying Secondary Interschool Sudoku Mania 2017 (Senior & Junior Team)
A group of our Primary 4 and Primary 5 students took part in the Interschool Sudoku Mania at Yuying Secondary School on 9 February 2017. We are very proud that our Primary 5 team had won the Top 6 Award in the final round of the competition. Good job to the students for displaying their wits and perseverance!
Math Exploration Day at RGS 2015
Three of our P6 students took part in the Maths Exploration Day at Raffles Girls’ Secondary School on 31 March 2015. They are Jovan Ang and Exley Yun from 6A and Denzel Chia from 6B. The event was organised by the Gifted Education Branch. Our students got to select a variety of fun and interesting workshops to attend as well as took part in a team activity. It was an enriching experience for them.
Solving the ‘Tower of Hanoi’ Puzzle
Hmmm… How do we solve this?
Let’s get the red car out of the jam.
Primary Schools Mathematics Challenge
Four P6 students took part in the Primary School Mathematics Challenge at National Junior Challenge. They got the opportunity to pit their Maths skills against the best in Singapore. It was challenging as they had to come up with a Maths model based on the project assigned as well as show off their presentation skills. Alhough they did not win the challenge, they gained a wealth of experience from the competition. Well done, boys!
Great minds at work!
Our boys: Camillus Low and Rodney Wang from 6A, Melden Koh and Chew Hong Wei from 6B.
9th Inter-School Sudoku Challenge
Four students from P5 took part in the Inter-Schools Sudoku Challenge organised by Broadrick Secondary School on 31st March 2015. Our students did the school proud by winning the second runner-up. Good job! We are proud of you!
Our Sudoku Experts: Sean Oh 5B, Chew Kai En 5E, Sharon Soh 5A and Wang YuQi 5A
Raffles Girls’ Secondary Maths & Science Challenge 2015
On 4 April 2015, 12 of our P6 girls took part in the Raffles Girls’ Secondary Maths & Science Challenge. They had the opportunity to demonstrate intellectual resilience as well as hone their critical thinking skills as they attempted to solve higher order thinking questions.
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