“This is the centre which your child should come to if he/she is facing difficulties in writing compositions. During the programme, my child was taught the necessary writing techniques. She was then able to master the techniques and with practice, she was able to write her compositions with confidence, with a good flow of ideas in her writing. I am happy with the teacher’s diligence in her teaching as well as her patience.” 

Mrs Tay Mary, mother of Natalie Tay, P6(GEP) student of Raffles Girls Primary School

“Prior to attending the programme, the writing resources that Jochebed was provided with were rather general. After attending iWriteYOUNG (B), Jochebed has developed a keen interest in writing and she looks forward to coming to class. The programme cultivated her interest in writing and she has started to create booklets of short stories or flyers. Personally, I noted that the structure of the programme is very systematic. As it helps to fill in the gaps, her flow of thought is now more coherent.”

Mrs Sharon Chong, mother of Jochebed Chong, P2 student of Paya Lebar Methodist Girls school (Primary)

“From my observation, Ms Low coaches him in a highly interactive style. Her personalised teaching style is friendly and approachable. She relays her learning tips and messages in a cheerful and fun manner. Also, she never puts him down hence Timothy feels very motivated ever since he attended CreativEdge and this has in turn stimulated his interest in learning.” 

Mr Tan, father of Timothy Tan, P6 student of St Joseph’s Institution Junior 

” Ever since Ashley enrolled for the iWrite programme, we noted a progressive improvement in her style of writing. From less logical progression of a story line, her essays are now not only rational but are punctuated with elements of surprise and suspense. Her language is far more colourful and is replete with appropriate vocabulary. The conflicts introduced to the storyline and the way they are resolved in the end make her compositions fun to read.”

Mr Alvin Lim, father of Ashley Lim, P5 student of St Hilda’s Primary school

Prior to enrolling in the programme, she faced difficulties in bridging the gap between her flow of thought and the story gaps in her writing. Her storyline was also rather “bland” with an average range of vocabulary used , often repeating overly used words. Ever since she attended the program, Joelle has shown significant improvement in her written work through structured and systematic writing techniques taught during the lessons. She is now able to transform her writing , producing stories with a good flow of thought , written in a more organized manner as well as livening it up with good and extensive use of vocabulary words.

As Joelle commented, “I am never bored and it is always fun to attend the class …” I would like to express my sincere thanks to the trainer for her dedication and patience towards Joelle.”

Mdm June Then, mother of Joelle Then, P5 student of St Margaret’s Primary school