Seriously Addictive Mathematics (S.A.M) is an enrichment program with a difference. Unlike other tuition programs, it doesn’t focus on procedural maths, which depend on your child’s ability to practice and memorise topics and calculations. The S.A.M curriculum offers a holistic approach to understanding and applying maths concepts in the real world.
WHY S.A.M IS SO EFFECTIVE
AN INVESTMENT IN THEIR FUTURE
S.A.M is based on the world-renowned Singapore Maths system; a revolutionary shift in the teaching methods of maths and science in Singaporean schools. Since its creation in 1982, the new system delivered fantastic results. Singaporean students leapt from being ranked amongst the lowest in the world for maths and science, to the highest.
THE S.A.M TIMELINE
S.A.M is a fun, effective approach that children love!
Our daughter has been attending S.A.M. for the last 9 months and in that time her confidence in applying maths principles has increased dramatically which has translated in her overall numeracy skills improving. We’re very happy to have a child who now looks at maths from a positive perspective compared to her pre S.A.M. days of dreading anything maths related.
Since our daughter has commenced with SAM maths her grades have improved and more importantly she has gained confidence and knowledge to assist her as she has entered high school.
“The SAM trainers are great at teaching me maths. They are nice and funny. They are awesome!!” – Isabel
I am finding since my son started the S.A.M. program that his maths abilities and understandings are dramatically improving. The best part of it for me is that he really enjoys the classes, they are Maths made fun which I think is really important. While he was struggling with maths he was growing to really dislike it, but now he actually enjoys maths which also helps him learn.
“I like SAM because they make it fun and we play maths games” – Luke
Still not sure if S.A.M is right for your child?
Book your FREE assessment today. Your child will attempt a “test” booklet to determine their current level or entry point into the program. There’s also time for you to ask questions and only one appointment per family is needed.