About Us

Our Story

For the last 11 years, Learning Journey is best known for our Super Writers™ English Tuition classes. Our track record includes 75% of  our PSLE Cohort scoring AL1-AL4 for the last 8 years and 95% of their IP4 students graduating with a distinction for English and 70% of our GP students achieving an A for their A levels. 

At Learning Journey, we believe in collaboration between parents, teachers and students to develop confident and competent learners. Learners who are unafraid to ask questions, share their ideas and think on their feet. 

Bringing out the confident learner in each student takes patience and awareness of their different learning needs. Each student is like a plant to be nurtured — tended with care for their learning needs. Our dedicate teachers guide each learner to grow at their own pace and realise their full potential from saplings to blossoming trees.

In line with our teaching philosophy, our classes are kept small so our teachers can customise their approach and lesson plans to give each child space to grow. At the same time, we encourage open communication between teachers and parents to support our students’ learning at home.

Our English programmes have a proven track record of helping students of all ages improve their grades significantly and become exceptional learners. We seek to instil a growth mindset towards learning in all our students and serve as a pillar of support at every step of their learning journey. 

Our Vision

To empower and transform our students into confident, future-ready learners capable of overcoming challenges on their learning journey.

Our Mission

To strategise our students’ success by means of an exceptional, rigorous and current-affairs driven curriculum. Being cognizant of each student’s learning needs. Instilling a growth mindset towards learning and equipping our students with the necessary skill sets to become future-ready learners.

Our Teaching Philosophy 

Learning Journey believes that students do best in an environment that recognises and embraces their individual learning needs.

That’s why we kept our class sizes small, capped at 1 teacher to 6 students. This gives our teachers room to actively engage with each student and tailor their teaching approaches to accommodate each child’s learning pace, providing a safe and encouraging space for each student to progress in their academics and become confident in their own learning abilities.

We pair this approach with our rigorous in-house curriculum curated with useful techniques to help our students apply what they’ve learnt to studies and life. Under the careful guidance of our teachers, we seek to nurture each student to become competent learners and realise their full potential. 

Experience our classes today, to see for yourself, the difference it makes to your child.

Contact us for your complimentary Phonics/ Primary & Secondary English Baseline Analysis Session!

Teacher Grace’s Profile

Grace is the Founder-Principal of Learning Journey Education Centre and holds a Master in Education (NIE-NTU), She is also the author of a series of six (6) Comprehension Cloze Techniques Assessment books with Singapore Asia Publishers. These books have been on sale at Popular Bookstores for the last 6 years with numerous MOE Primary Schools using the books in their curriculum.  In addition, Grace has also authored two (2) model essays books for secondary and Integrated Programme (IP) students. Ace Your Essay Writing: Argumentative, Discursive & Expository Essays (O-Level/IP) and Ace Your Essay Writing: Personal Recount, Reflective & Expository Essays (Secondary)

Grace’s vision is to support students in their learning journey by providing a quality curriculum and best teaching practices to help them succeed in life. As a passionate and versatile educator, she is committed to help academically weaker students to love the subject they learn. She is a bilingual education specialist with more than 15 years of experience. Grace has developed the award-winning curriculum for her centre’s Phonics, Primary 1 preparation programmes, as well as the Primary, Secondary, Integrated Programme (IP) and General Paper (GP) English tuition programmes.

Grace has been invited by MUIS to train the Primary and Secondary English Teachers for the Madrasahs in Singapore on Essay Writing and English Paper 2 techniques. Learning Journey’s Teachers have also conducted numerous Primary English Workshops at the Madrasahs as well as Primary 1 Preparatory Online Classes at Mendaki.

 

She was invited to be the guest speaker at PSLE seminars organised by Open School Bag, Flying Cape. She was also invited to be the guest judge & main quiz setter for English Masters Competition 2016 organised by Teens Network Club under the People’s Association (PA) – The English Masters is an English language competition for Primary and Secondary School level students. The competition aims to create an opportunity for students to learn and experience the English language in a fun and interactive environment, thus cultivating interest in the subject. Over 300 students from 40 different schools participated in the event in Aug 2016.

Grace and Learning Journey Education Centre has also been featured on Channel 5 (Talking Point) and CNA938 and in The Straits Times, Parents’ World magazine, Esquire Magazine, amongst others. 

Being a mother to three children, she is thankful to have a supportive husband. She enjoys spending her time with her children, doing crazy and fun activities with them and bringing them to all the “free” places in Singapore as she believes that the simple pleasures of life often come without a price tag.

She also believes in giving back to society and encourages those around her to do the same.

Learning Journey Education Centre is currently working with Chen Su Lan Methodist Children’s Home, 5 Cents Project and various other non-profit organisations to give back to society.

She is also a regular contributor to The Straits Times’ forum pages, writing about issues she is passionate about. Read her forum letters here:

http://www.straitstimes.com/forum/letters-on-the-web/make-hawker-centres-more-child-friendly

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