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In our most popular and highly-effective Primary Creative Writing Classes, we employ a dual-pronged approach of skills-based and thematic-based lessons as we prepare children for the Composition Writing component in Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE).
Creative Writing Skills & New Vocabulary
Students are taught how to apply a consistent set of Creative Writing skills in their compositions. New vocabulary is introduced through different story topics each week.
Small Class Size Of 6-8 Students
Honing their writing skills in a small, conducive class size of 6-8 students will give students the space to fully develop their craft. Teachers are also able to give individual students close attention and guidance in their writing.
Students will be faced with more writing challenges as they progress to the next school level. They will thus be exposed to, and learn more complex skills like “foreshadowing” and “building suspense”.
As students progress up each level, we prepare them by introducing more skills progressively.
Students complete a full composition in class every 1-2 weeks. Each student will receive detailed, written feedback at the end of each lesson. Our lessons are structured according to skills-based, guided writing, and independent writing classes.
Guided Writing Lessons
Together with our teachers, students will explore a comprehensive list of topics and themes found commonly in MOE School, Prelim, and PSLE are covered. They will also be exposed to model essays with captivating plots, whilst learning to apply them with relevant vocabulary across various topics.
Students are taught systematically how to craft a well-developed story.
- Explore a comprehensive list of topics and themes
- Exposure to model essays with captivating plots
- Learn relevant vocabulary across various topics
- Reinforcement of WE skills and plot elements throughout term
- Vocabulary exercises assigned after each guided practice to encourage retention
- Common MOE School, Prelim and PSLE topics covered
Independent Writing Lessons
Students will put what they have learnt to the test. They will come up with plot ideas for each topic independently with minimum help from their teachers or materials.
- Students to attempt to use 1, 2, or 3 pictures as a focal point in the story
- Students will have the chance to apply skills and vocabulary learnt independently to their writing.
- Parents are encouraged to bring school practices for teachers to evaluate their learning progress
- Mock Assessments are conducted for P1-P4 students in Term 2; P5 & P6 students in Term 2 and 3
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At Write Edge, teachers spend a substantial amount of time to teach the children a set of Creative Writing Skills (such as Show-Not-Tell, 5 Senses, Speech + Speech tag + Action Tag, Varied Sentence Structures, Ways to say “Said”, Personification etc.) These skills are reinforced weekly to ensure that they are familiar with how to use and apply them in their work.
Through the teachers’ close guidance and clear, instructional materials, we help our students apply these skills to their writing weekly.
Students will write a composition every week and we cover as many themes/topics/story ideas as we can throughout the year. For more complex topics like ‘dilemma’ or ‘loyalty’, the compositions will be completed across two weeks. As the students progress up each level from Primary 1 to 6, more advanced skills, phrases and themes will be introduced to them.
We strictly run small classes of 6-8 students and this promotes higher interaction between the teachers and the students. Not many centres offer such a low student-teacher ratio.
Our small classes of 6-8 allow our teachers to give every individual close attention and guidance.
This is particularly helpful and important for writing classes. Teachers are able to do detailed marking and give meticulous feedback on your child’s progress.
Our learning materials are also specially curated by our curriculum specialists and senior teachers. They are improved frequently to ensure clarity and effectiveness.
We are also up to date with the latest MOE syllabus.
Our teachers are trained, dedicated and passionate! We do our best to ensure that every child learns at Write Edge regardless of ability.
Yes. Your child may attend a trial class before deciding if our programme is suitable for him/her.
Yes. All students are required to do a draft 2 of every composition written in class. Draft 2 is the corrected copy of their draft 1. This helps them to learn from their mistakes, revise their story plot, impressive phrases, sentence structures and other skills taught in class.
If the student is unable to finish what was tasked for that day, they will have paragraphs to complete at home. Over time, as they familiarise themselves with the skills, phrases and the writing duration, they should be able to finish what is tasked for the lesson.
As we run a small class of 6-8 students, the teacher is typically able to give enough attention to all students, including the students who might not be able to catch up as quickly as the rest.
Attending a creative writing class should help to improve your child’s overall English Language competency. Through the writing process, they are able to put practice their usage of grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.
Over time, as the students practise what is taught in class and learn to apply them in school, they should be able to see an improvement in their composition grades.
However, there are some instances where we recommend students to attend a regular English class instead of a Creative Writing class.
We strongly encourage that students attend all four terms as we teach different creative writing skills and cover different topics every term. Attending the classes for the whole year will provide the students with a well-rounded experience at Write Edge.
Progress differs from child to child. Some students see good improvement within 3 to 6 months of attending Write Edge, while others take longer. For children who have a weaker foundation in their sentence structures, grammar, spelling, punctuations, teachers will spend more time building their foundation before focusing on other more complex aspects of writing.
Ultimately, beyond attaining stellar grades, we believe that providing the platform for students to write, practise, make mistakes and revise their drafts weekly will benefit them in the long run. The important language and writing skills acquired will prepare them for their examinations and beyond.
– Lessons are conducted as usual during the MOE school holidays (March, June and September). Our term ends in November ie: no classes during December holiday.
– With the exception of Chinese New Year, New Year and Christmas, lessons will be conducted as usual for any other Public Holiday that falls on a Saturday or Sunday,
– Classes will not be scheduled on gazetted Public Holidays that falls on weekdays and fees will be prorated accordingly.
Replacement lessons are scheduled within the week at a maximum of twice a term and is subjected to availability.
Worksheets will be given if there are no suitable timings for replacement.
Strictly no prorate, credit or refund for lesson missed.
Most Primary 1s are suitable for Write Edge’s creative writing programme. Students are exposed to a wide range of interesting story plots, good language and writing skills.
As young writers, a lot of guidance is given throughout the lesson. It is common for some P1s to struggle with spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence construction and coming up with logical plot ideas. With practice and guidance from our teachers in a small class, they should see gradual improvement in these areas.
However, there are instances where we recommend students to attend a regular English class before joining our creative writing class.
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With less than a year to go, are you aware of what you need to work on to bring your writing to the next level for PSLE? How are you going to secure the most number of marks for Paper 1?
The answer is simple: A structured programme that targets composition and Situational Writing.
Primary Creative Writing: Plan, Apply & Adapt
It is not just about writing a good composition. It is about satisfying the requirements in the most efficient manner. This is the truth most people don’t realise about creative writing for primary school students. Learn how to plan, apply key strategies and skills, and make story adaptations that will save you time and give you returns.
20 Composition Topics At Your Fingertips!
We are not only going deep with regular practice and skills but we are also going wide by covering *20 composition topics. With a new composition being written every fortnight, pupils will be consistently reinforcing the process of planning, applying and adapting. The result? Confident writers equipped with a bank of rich descriptions and story plots, all ready to write to their heart’s content by PSLE.
*The composition topics will not be a direct overlap with those covered in the P6 Achieve Programme.
Situational Writing is not a given. You need to earn that 15/15.
Just like how breakfast is complete with a good cup of coffee or juice, Paper 1 is complete only with Situational Writing too. We know the importance of these 15 marks and we want you to seize them.
How Do You Succeed in Writing?
While some seem to have a natural flair for and style in writing, many writers learn from the works of others and hone their skills through practice. However, it is equally important to consider what we are writing for and who our audience are. A great songwriter might not be able to produce a good novel simply because the requirements of the two types of writing are vastly different.
How does this relate to creative writing at primary school? Creative writing in primary school has its own set of requirements which need to be adhered to too. Being able to develop the creative writing piece with the given theme while displaying mastery in various writing techniques allows a young writers to be set apart from others. All these are to be done in a timed condition where having certainty and clarity in how you want to execute the writing will give you a sure advantage.
The good news is that success in creative writing in primary school can be attained. Whether you are already a confident writer looking to develop your repertoire of writing skills or someone aspiring to pick up the tools of creative writing to achieve your best, we believe in your ability to grow and make a difference.
How Your Child Will Benefit
Have a clear structure for composition and Situational Writing
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Individual feedback that highlights areas of strengths and actionable steps for areas to work on
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How do you know that learning has taken place? When you can teach it. Not only do our students demonstrate their understanding of the techniques and question types in the practices, but they also are given opportunities to explain questions to their peers.
On top of learning with thoughtfully crafted materials and in a nurturing environment, your child will walk out of our classroom, feeling empowered.
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C reative Writing for Primary School
Why Learn Creative Writing for Primary School at LK Academy?
Creative writing for primary school is assessed through Composition Writing for the primary level. Meanwhile, secondary school creative writing is assessed through Essay Writing for the secondary level.
In LK Academy, Creative Writing skills start at the K2 level in our P1 Prep Programme at LoveKids, moving up to Primary One in our LK Academy Confidence for English Programme. The importance of planting the seed of inspiration in our young students is the first step to building the foundation of creative writing skills. Enrol your child in our Creative Writing for Primary School Programme today!
Creative Writing for Primary School at P1 and P2 levels
In our Primary One programme for Creative Writing for Primary School, we teach creative writing through plot development using the elements of drama to brainstorm a plot. This makes creative writing and composition writing fun and therefore builds interest and inspiration in writing.
Another example would be using visual learning elements and illustrations in Creative Writing for Primary School to draw out the story mountain. This creative writing methodology helps our lower primary students engage in different writing styles. Our objectives are met - Children are inspired and love writing.
The elements of Creative Writing for Primary School taught in LK Academy work on this methodology.
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It is well-known that the SSE adopts a step by step approach to teaching writing, a methodology which relies on the skills of writing being taught, as opposed to merely ‘writing a story a week’. In fact, research shows that the latter produces limited progress.
The key words are: skills, teaching, reader.
Through the finely-tuned teaching program, the students build up a bank of higher order writing skills to interest a reader. This is what creative writing is: the art of using language creatively to manipulate a reader.
All writing programs can be studied as single modules or as part of a longer, more intensive program.
An end of term assessment and report are provided at each stage.
Junior Primary (Stage 1 English)
It is never too early to begin writing and at the early stages of Year 1 and 2, it is important that the correct foundations, to being an effective writer, are laid. Not only are students introduced to the basic creative writing techniques, but they
are also taught the importance of using appropriate, high-level vocabulary. This is achieved through a variety of interesting, fun programs using a wide range of teaching aids such as puppets, life-size story characters, video clips and sound effects.
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Middle Primary is an important stage, as it heralds the introduction of NAPLAN in Year 3 and O.C. Testing in Year 4. The Year 3 and 4 programs build on the early writing skills. Students begin to develop an understanding of ‘writing for a reader’ as opposed rather than writing a story almost entirely focussed on the plot. Planning and character take centre stage as does the language techniques required to write an interesting narrative or description.
For students planning to progress towards a Scholarship or top Selective School, the Middle Primary courses are recommended. The earlier the ‘correct teaching’ occurs, the better the chance of success in later years.
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This stage is crucial for Scholarship and Selective School test preparation. Year 5 and 6 students extend their repertoire of writing skills by adding on elements such as voice, theme,
pacing, tension and cohesion. Vocabulary is more challenging, as is the range of language skills taught. The genres covered include, amongst others, science fiction, the thriller, comedy, adventure and fantasy.
The students attain a firm grasp of how to control a reader’s emotions and the pictures imagined. In other words, they are effectively manipulating the reader by using language both skilfully and creatively.
When an appropriate series of courses has been completed, the final stage is to practise these skills in a set time period using a variety of stimuli.
The standard attained in these Upper Primary years before the Selective and Scholarship Tests, is well beyond that of the average high school student.
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Creative Writing For Primary School - A Crash Course
What if your child could learn EVERYTHING about creative writing in 1.5 hours?
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No more going to tuition centres. No more memorising fancy, out-dated phrases. No more copying “model” compositions. No more writing mediocre essays.
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Learn the methods that help 80% of my students top their class in compo writing.
Your child will learn how to generate ideas and express thoughts clearly.
Your child will learn how to come up with vivid, detailed descriptions.
Your child will learn how to hold the reader’s attention and build suspense and excitement
And most importantly, your child will learn what it means to write a simple but beautiful essay.
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What Is Covered in the Course «Creative Writing For Primary School – A Crash Course»?
This course is based on the latest MOE syllabus.
Your child will learn all these topics:
- The Basic Essay Structure
- How to Plan Your Essay in 5 min
- Brainstorming Common Essay Themes
- 5 different ways to write an Introduction
- What Introduction Cliches to Avoid
- How to build Suspense
- How to write the Conflict / Problem
- How to throw in additional complications
- How to resolve the Conflict / Problem in a unique way
- How to write a satisfying Conclusion
- How to use the Vary Words and Sentence Structure
- Positive and Negative Connotation
- Use the Right Words at the Right time (emotive, action words, etc.)
- Simple, Compound and Complex sentences
- Paragraphing Techniques
- How to Write a Vivid, Detailed Description
- Proper Dialogue Punctuation
This is a great course for students who are weak writers!
Support for Your Child!
Your child will be entitled to 4 composition reviews. Send me any compo in Microsoft Word format, and I will review it for you.
I will teach your child what areas to improve on, so that he can become a more proficient writer.
How does it work?
Once you enrol your child for this course, you will have full access to all the lessons, videos, and assignments in the course.
It’s only a ONE-TIME payment for a LIFETIME access.
Any time you cannot remember a particular topic or lesson, simply log in and go through the video lectures again.
How long will this course go on for?
This is a crash course that lasts 1.5 hours. Consisting of 46 videos lectures, with some assignments and notes.
I won’t recommend asking your child to watch everything at one go. Let him watch it over a few sittings.
Is My Child Suitable to Take This Course?
This course is created for Primary 5 to Primary 6.
But if your child is in Primary 4 and has a good English foundation, go ahead and sign him up!
What You Will Need to Join this Course
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Duration of Course – 1.5 hours
No. of Video Lectures – About 46 Videos
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"Coming from a different culture as parents we really didn't know how to help our son with their story writing. We had previously used some books but they hadn't really helped. With the Learning Street course we suddenly saw what we needed to do. The course helped our son take the steps he needed to get better and broke down the skills he needed. He certainly was writing better stories by the end of this course." Beatrice- Kent
"There's a small element of writing in the Essex test and as we had the time we embarked on this course during the summer before the exam. Our daughter likes writing and was quite good at it, but by the end she herself said she thought she was much better. She said that the element that was most useful for her was the development and revision of the descriptions banks. She felt that given ten minutes she could write a good description of just about anything." Richard- Essex
This course is designed to help children develop their creative writing skills. Creative writing is an important part of all Independent School exams and some 11 Plus Grammar School exams such as those in Kent and some schools in Essex. Our course is a solution which has proved to be very popular. See the preview for a good idea of what’s included.
What our creative writing course delivers
Most families don’t know how to help their children in this area. Just writing story after story won’t help much, children need real guidance. This course covers the ground fully and helps children to develop the skills necessary to attain the highest marks.
The course helps children understand:
- What elements of their work attracts the most marks (it isn’t the plot!).
- What exercises to do to develop their core skills so that they don’t drop marks needlessly.
- That simple stories with excellent descriptions, vocabulary and literary techniques is where their focus should be- we show them how to do this, step by step.
- We show them how to develop a descriptions bank so the bulk of their creativity is done before they enter the exam room.
- We help them plan stories and then write them.
- We encourage them to improve their stories through self-criticism and re-drafting.
The course covers the ground better than any book could hope to and has proven to be very effective in helping children improve. Many children find their stories have gone through a very major step-change for the better having completed the course.
When should children do the course?
- If children are preparing for a Grammar School 11 Plus entry test, then starting at any point from Easter onwards and slotting it into the other work you are doing is what most people do.
- If children are preparing for an Independent School Exam then they normally start in the summer of year 5 or once school goes back in September. This gives enough time to complete the work before exams in January.
- If children are doing a SATs KS2 Test then we’d suggest it could be done at any time from the summer at the end of year 5 onwards.
- The course is probably too advanced for children in year 4 unless they are very bright.
- Children who use this course fully will see a significant improvement in their creative writing ability.
- The course has 12 parts. Each part should take a week but can be done more intensively if necessary.
- It could be completed in four weeks if work is very intensive but children must do the revision work we suggest to benefit fully from it.
- We would suggest that to get best value from the course that it is done in 12 or more weeks (it is often the case that children will be working on other exam elements as well as creative writing so we have taken this into account when developing the course).
How is the course delivered?
- Once purchased you will be able to download and print the first part of the course directly from the site.
- You will receive an email a week later letting you know that the second part of the course is available to download from the Learning Street website.
- Your next part of the course can be released more quickly to enable pupils to cover the ground in a shorter time than twelve weeks if necessary.
- We deliver all our courses to be printed out and completed on paper, they are not designed to be used on an electronic device of any sort. We do this because children learn best when using a paper and pen.
- Each part of the course includes its own bespoke answers section for every question.
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"My daughter's preparation for her 11 Plus exam couldn't have gone better. The advice we received about being committed ourselves was exactly right. We set a time to do the work and broadly managed to achieve it. The course was very intensive so we did need to work hard, but it was worth it in the end. Without this course I'm not sure I would have known where to start or what to do when"
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"We used a Private Tutor to prepare for the 11 Plus, and they recommended that we use the full 40 part vocabulary course as part of the process rather than vocabulary books. We really can't see how it's possible to boost a child's vocabulary without this sort of work, it had everything- real learning activities, tests, revision, pieces of texts from classic books and even vocabulary puzzles which stretched our son no end."
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