Here is an overview of programs and workshops held throughout the year.
January Holiday Lessons and Programs:
Word Fun, Number Fun (K-2, 3-6)
Written Expression for Selective High and Scholarship exams
Coping with Secondary School (Years 6 – 8) – please contact us for details.
Selective High Schools’ Workshops:
Prepare for March exam (Years 5 and 6)
Prepare for Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 exams in May
Opportunity Class (OC)
Prepare for July exam (Year 4).
September 2016 – January 2020
September Holiday Sessions
2016 HSC English Students – You still have 50% of your mark to go!
Year 12 students
Want to improve on your Trial mark?
Want to gain more confidence before the HSC?
Want to fine tune your exam techniques, e.g., time management, etc.?
Want to achieve optimum results from study time and exam preparation?
Caringbah Learning Centre is offering individual, hourly sessions in the September holidays for HSC English students to further prepare for the upcoming exams. These sessions will be available on Wednesday, 28th September, 2016 and Wednesday, 5th October, 2016 These sessions will be run by a qualified and highly experienced HSC teacher. Sessions will also be available the first week of Term 4 leading up to the exams beginning on Monday, 1oth October, 2016.
2017 HSC English Students
Year 11 students
Caringbah Learning Centre is also offering individual, 45 minute sessions for Year 11 students in the September holidays to prepare for English in their final year of secondary school.
Information will be given on:
* The structure of the English syllabus
* How to select appropriate related texts
* The form of the HSC exam paper
* Developing skills with Creative Writing
* Organisational and study skills.
Prepare, Practise and gain confidence!!
Caringbah Learning Centre will begin a 10 week, 2 hour Selective High Schools’ Program in Term 4, 2019. The program will address the four areas to be tested, i.e., English, Maths, General Ability and Written Expression. In addition, exam techniques and strategies will be provided as well as practice test questions.
The program will be run for 5 weeks in Term 4 and resume again in February, 2020 for 5 weeks leading up to the exam in March, 2020. Follow up work will be provided over the Christmas Holidays.
A separate Written Expression SHS program will be held from 13th January to 17th January, 2020. It will run from 10a.m. to noon or 1p.m. to 3p.m. Monday to Friday. The purpose of this program is to focus exclusively on the written expression exam and develop planning, vocabulary, sentence and paragraph structuring skills and answering the question being asked.
If the 10 week program is not suitable or has filled, CLC offers another option of two nights per week for 5 weeks in Term 1, 2020.
Due to an overwhelming response to our regular SHS programs, CLC may open a further option on Saturdays from 10am to 12 noon beginning from February to March, 2020.
Brochures are available from our office – please contact us with further enquiries.
Improve Writing Skills in preparation for the Selective High School exam in 2020, Scholarship exams in 2020, the final year of Primary and upcoming Secondary schooling!
CLC will be running five workshops for a total of ten hours, focusing upon improving the writing skills of Year 6 students.
Students will be introduced to effective writing strategies including planning techniques to organise ideas, vocabulary expansion, sentence and paragraphing structuring, grammar and punctuation, the purpose and structure of varying genres, practical writing tasks and editing.
Comments from past students include:
The most helpful part of the program was `When I wrote my stories and Pam wrote helpful and instructive feedback on how to make our writing better’.
`I feel a lot more prepared and confident for the test …’
`I learnt about what grabs a reader’s attention and a variety of ways to help me plan.’
`Everything helped me with my confidence – I loved it!’
Comments from parents include:
`Benefits are long-term, not only for SHS but with all future Written Expression tasks which will be required on-going when they get to High School.’
`H’s main comment was that I have never been taught to write and now I know.’
`Our son’s written expression work appears to have improved quite a bit this week but most importantly, he doesn’t appear to be as daunted at the prospect of having to do such a task.’
Please note: This is a popular course and numbers are limited.
When the morning workshop has reached its limit, an afternoon time from 1p.m. to 3p.m. will be available.