Breaking down the challenges at Primary 5

Our P5 programme recognises the importance of helping children adapt to the new challenges posed at the upper primary level. By systematically highlighting the essentials in every key component, we seek to pull the children out of the possible dip as soon as possible. Our carefully crafted curriculum ensures that pupils are equipped with skills to meet these new demands for the language paper. 

Equipping your P5 child with essential skills

Lil' but Mighty P5 student

Children will be guided through Situational Writing, the new component in Paper 1 along with essential planning and content skills for continuous writing. Other language skills for Paper 2 such as the identification of keywords, breaking down of passage, recognising the various questions types and checking of answers will continue to be taught and reinforced. To boost the Lil’ ones’ vocabulary, children will also have regular spelling based on vivid phrases for writing, phrasal verbs and vital vocabulary including figurative language suitable for the P5 level, sourced from past year examination questions.

Responsible language users

To help children connect language use in the classroom to the world at the P5 level, our Mighty Communicators™ Initiative emphasises on the topics of intention/purpose and practising responsibility in their language use as they participate in various authentic tasks.

Lil' but Mighty P5 class testimonial
Jayden joined Lil but Mighty’s P5 ADAPT PROGRAMME in September 2017. Within 8 lessons, he managed to improve his scores from mid 50s in SA1 to mid 70s for SA2. As a result, he was awarded for showing the best improvement in English Language in his cohort.

We knew all these would not have been possible without the guidance and patience of Lil but Mighty teacher - Miss Delia Siow. A message would be sent to me after each lesson to keep me informed what was taught, assignments, what was Jayden’s common mistakes and the grammar rules to take note. All these helped us a lot when we were preparing him for SA2.

For any kids still struggling to master the English language, I would highly recommend Lil but Mighty. Their cozy and small class size helps the kids to focus and interact better with the teachers. Jayden enjoyed very much with the class as he is not afraid to raise questions and learn from his mistakes.

I would like to thank the teachers and staff for their dedication and learning program. English language should be taught in a fun way and those blog materials were very helpful too. To those who are still trying to find a good fit for their child, do give Lil but Mighty a try.
— Celene, parent of Jayden, Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School (P5 ADAPT PROGRAMME)

Lil' but Mighty P5 ADAPT PROGRAMME
My son enjoys his lessons very much and his English grade has improved tremendously, from 75 in SA1 to 83 in SA2. I am confident that he will continue to achieve his best for PSLE next year with Lil’ but Mighty.
— Emily, parent of Wei Hong, Rulang Primary School (P5 ADAPT PROGRAMME)


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Gladys looks forward to her lessons at Lil’ but Mighty as the lessons are very interactive and she is able to learn through fun and quizzes. Most importantly, she is able to apply what was taught. With the small class size, she can clarify her doubts quickly with the teacher whenever she encounters difficulties. The techniques taught like iDoT and TAPS are certainly valuable as they help Gladys to tackle examination questions in the most efficient and effective way. I also like the emphasis on vocabulary and good phrases especially through some of the spelling exercises which allow Gladys to remember and use them in her composition writing. I am keen to see Gladys continue her growth at Lil’ but Mighty.
— Janice, parent of Gladys (P5 ADAPT PROGRAMME)