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P5/6: Supreme Spells for Superb Spelling-Special Memory Techniques to conquer PSLE Editing

(1.5 hr Workshop)

Which one is correct? 
(a)unneccessary  (b)unneccesary (c)unnecessary or (d)unnecesary ? 

It is absolutely necessary to nail the 12 valuable marks for the Editing component of PSLE English Paper 2! 
Necessary is spelt with 1 “C” and 2 “S”. 

It is neCeSSary during the COVID-19 period to *C*over up and *S*tay *S*afe! 😷

The commonly misspelt words being tested usually look easy but are extremely tricky! During the workshops, your child will learn unique spelling formulas and an essential lifeskill to retain information for longer periods of time. 

For Level: P5/6

Venue: Northpoint
Course Fee: $100

Session A

Date: 9 Sep 2020 (Wed)
Time: 245pm-415pm 

Classroom: Giant Alice

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Session B

Date: 11 Sep 2020 (Fri)
Time: 245pm-415pm 

Classroom: Rabbit
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Note: The curriculum used for every session will be the same.

Terms and Conditions

Writers' Guild reserves the right to determine the eligibility of each sign-up for the Workshops. 


Writers' Guild reserves the right to amend, suspend, withdraw or terminate, whether in whole or part, this Promotion and/or any of these terms and conditions without prior notice and at Writers' Guild absolute discretion. 3 days advance notice will be given to participants in the event of class cancellation.

The class can only be opened with minimum of 3 students sign-up.

No refunds will be given for any cancellation once payment has been made as a slot has been reserved for you.

For students who have registered but did not inform at least 3 days before of not attending, a late charge of $20 will be imposed.

Any outstanding make up lessons will be used to offset from participation in this session. 


Writers' Guild will not be responsible if any materials taught are repeated in the make-up class. Every class is taught at a pace suitable for the class.

By enrolling in these workshops, parents hereby give permission to Writers’ Guild to use their kids’ pictures, written work and feedback gathered during the programme for public relations or marketing purposes.

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