SK shichida method

April 14, 2019 | Author: ruwani26 | Category: Kindergarten, Preschool, Human Resource Management, Earth & Life Sciences, Neuroscience
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Read about the fascinating abilities of chldren...


How does Shichida Child Education make a difference?

Observation of Shichida-trained children (aged 5) at other pre-schools

The Shock

• Memory retention is stronger.

Gervas Chew, aged 8, recognising Dot Cards 1 to 100 randomly using Photographic Memory.

• Recognise and recapitulate pictures and words from flash cards effortlessly. • Consistently perform well in spelling.

Tarun Shankar, aged 3, able to locate more than 200 countries on the World Map using Photographic Memory.

• Display keen interest in learning.

The Mystery

• Work well independently. Hardly needs any supervision.

How is Victoria Glass, aged 3, able to recite numbers in Cantonese, Tagalog, Malay, Chinese and Spanish?

• Can converse and recall details clearly.

• Sharp listening skills - able to follow instructions well.

• Can grasp mathematical concepts quickly.

How does Tan Jing Yang, aged 3, able to identify the titles of 50 classical music and to name up to 30 composers upon hearing the music?

The Super High Achievers Lee Yun Chai, aged 11, Top 15 of the semi finalists for Lily Laskine International Harp Competition 2008, France. Keane Chua, aged 9, awarded with UOB 2006/2007 Painting of the Year, won Best Prize for The Annual Children’s International Art Exchange Competition Korean 2007 and host of solo art exhibition “Keane’s route”, The Arts House in November 2008.


Monthly F  ee

Monday - Friday  8.00 am - 11.00 am 11.30 am - 2.30 pm

Programmes available: • Pre-Nursery • Kindergarten 1

Lee Xuan Yi, aged 9, awarded High Distinction in English and Distinction in Math for International Competitions and Assessments for Schools by University of New South Wales.

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Seah Yu Xuan, aged 7, awarded second prize for Primary One level in 2008 International Math Competition by International Math Teaching Association (IMTA), May 2008 Tay Ting Yuan, aged 9, third place in Trinity Piano Competition, September 2008

“To raise children to be balanced human beings is to cultivate the spirit of inspiration and listen to their hearts. Merely focusing on academic achievements will make them unbalanced.” - Professor Makoto Shichida


* Registration Fee (Non-Refundable): $150 * Deposit: $800 and other fees are applicable

Primary School Achievers

Koh Hui Yi, aged 9, second place in Primary School Online English Essay Writing Compeition, August 2007.

$800  $800

Shichida HQ Toa Payoh Tanjong Pagar Fax

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• Nursery • Kindergarten 2

(65) 6220 9555 (65) 6254 9555 (65) 6220 2005 (65] 6220 4053

Nurturing tomorrow’s leaders today...

Locations: Shichida Kindergarten @ Tanjong Pagar 1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza #02-01 Singapore 082001 Shichida Kindergarten @ Toa Payoh 480 Lor 6 Toa Payoh East Wing #12-01 Singapore 310480

email: [email protected]

Shichida Kindergarten ...A mini university at pre-school level

Drawing out the Essence of a Great Mind, Nurturing the Spirit for Limitless Learning through Love, Praise and new Acceptance... The Shichida Kindergarten develops Four Premier Spirits of Learning: • L eadership Spirit • O lympic Spirit • V irtuous Spirit • E lite Spirit

A. Programme Structure Each child completes 3 foundation modules and 9 elective modules per calendar year. Programme curriculum also provides 1 hour of Brainatics every week for a full year, playtime and free choice personal activity.

Three Compulsory Modules • • •

Foundation Module (English Language Mastery) - Level D2-A1 Foundation Module (Chinese Language Mastery) - Level D2-A1 Foundation Module (Mathematics, Music, Art) - Level D2-A1

What is Unique? The style of lesson maximizes the absorption abilities of the preschoolers’ brain through applied Shichida-based techniques. Children proceed from Level D2 to A1. A child who has achieved the progress criteria of one level even at the age of 3 can move on to another level until the child is ready for certification.

B. Parent Education In the first year, parents must complete a graded home study module conducted by trainers from The BrainChamp Academy, Singapore. Term 1 - The Essence of a Shichida Parent Term 2 - Mind-Body Wellness of Shichida-trained Children Term 3 - Essential Home-based Stimulation Practices Term 4 - Parent-Child Presentation and Review

C. Home-School Success During the school holiday, our staff will arrange learning camps for children and parents as well as thematic home visits to develop a positive perspective on the four premier spirits of learning.

Elective Modules


Term 1 (Sample) 1. Pre-Nursery Section • Module 1

Whole Brain Learning 1 - 2 hrs every week for 1 calendar year

• Module 2a Human Achievements

- 1 hr every week for 2 terms

• Module 2b The Beauty of Art

- 1 hr every week for 2 terms

• Module 3

Project; Formation

- 1 hr every week for 1 term

of Culture

We are incorporating a US research-based programme developed by a team comprising of research scientists and education specialists, which is currently being applied in kindergartens and primary schools in USA with great success. It offers several innovative interventions based on current brain research that are designed to boost children’s readiness levels and promote classroom achievement.


2. Nursery Section • Module 1 Whole Brain Learning 2 - 2 hrs every week for 1 calendar year • Module 2a Creative Achievements - 1 hr every week for 2 terms • Module 2b Scientific Limitations - 1 hr every week for 2 terms • Module 3 Project; Astronomical - 1 hr every week for 1 term Mysteries

Brainatics uses brain stimulation inputs that can increase exposure to sensory stimuli (instant and resulting brain activity by more than 100% compared to ordinary classrooms. By using heightened stimulation levels with more repetitions of the stimuli for longer duration in all senses, children’s brains receive more preparation before attempting to perform. Brainatics activities integrate heightened visual, auditory, vestibular and kinesthetic inputs to the brain.

3. Kindergarten One Section • Module 1

Whole Brain Learning 3 - 2 hrs every week for 1 calendar year

• Module 2a Literary Skills

- 1 hr every week for 2 terms

• Module 2b Beyond Imaginations

- 1 hr every week for 2 terms

• Module 3

- 1 hr every week for 1 term

Project; Medical Inventions

Every Child Has A Dream to Excel

4. Kindergarten Two Section • Module 1

Whole Brain Learning 4 - 2 hrs every week for 1 calendar year

• Module 2a Worldly Needs

- 1 hr every week for 2 terms

• Module 2b Convincing Speeches • Module 3 Project; Joys of Life

- 1 hr every week for 2 terms - 1 hr every week for 1 term

* There will be three other topics for module 3 (project-based) for each section for the rest of the year. These will be announced prior to the start of each term.

Programme Schedule Sample Assembly



8.00 - 8.15 am





8.15 - 9.15 am

FM (E&C)

Math & Music

FM (E&C)

Math & Arts

FM (E&C)

9.15 - 10.15 am





Free Choice





Brainy Snacks

10.15 - 10.30 am 10.30 - 11.00 am


* FM- Foundation Module, EM- Elective Module, E- English, C- Chinese Free Choice: Computer play, Reading, IQ based materials etc. Presentation refers to an oratorical speech by children capturing their moments of inspirations of the week.

Mother of Leah Singh Rangwa (aged 3) “...Leah is able to pick up words and has began to use key words. She is very keen to “read” the newspapers. We explain to her what is happening in Singapore and around the world. She also loves to draw, enjoys music and theatre. Leah is extremely sociable and enjoys meeting new friends...” Mother of Vanessa Lim (aged 5) “...Vanessa’s reading and maths skills have impressed her teachers so much that she was assigned to help her classmates in these areas...” Mother of Jonathan Teng (aged 7) “...Has aced all the subjects, including Chinese. His teacher commented that he has the best attention span in class, being able to concentrate for long periods without being distracted. He recently won the Star Award in school for good behavior.

“If a child can read and write early in life, please tell him it is not for himself but to be a helper of others in the future...” - Professor Makoto Shichida

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