Who We Are
Sumitoyo Learning Centre is based on the principal that students learn at their own pace. Education starts with seeing things from their perspective. We emphasise on individual learning abilities, and our teaching is adjusted to the performance level of every student.
Our centre teaches and tutors children between the ages of 3 to 14 on basic learning skills. There are more than 2.5 million children enrolled in our programme worldwide, and we are the leading provider of Math and English enrichment. A variety of educational methods integrating both online and offline programmes are used. We believe in building a solid foundation for the lifelong pursuit of knowledge.
Our programme is the key to self directed learning. We nurture:
We use a systematic and customised programme, that utilises a unique and proven learning method. This allows for every child to have a customised starting point based on their abilities, regardless of their age or school grades. Every child’s study progression is based on their own learning pace.
Developing Critical Thinking Ability
Our programme is focussed on building a student’s foundation in Math and English. We also aim to help them gain self confidence and a lifelong interest in learning, as well as developing critical thinking and analytical skills.
Small Steps to Success
All concepts and skills in the programme are interrelated. Mastery of basic foundational skills is necessary before advancing further. This results in the improvement of a child’s accuracy and speed when completing more complex questions.
Our Learning Programmes
The diagnostic test will provide insight into the student’s abilities and learning needs. It is used to determine the best starting point for your child in the learning curriculum.
Initial Starting Point
This builds up the student’s confidence, which helps to ensure success as they progress to more advanced levels.
Self Directing Learning
Students will follow a self directed learning method to develop independent learning skills. Our instructors will provide guidance as the students progress in their individualised programme.
Before a student can proceed to the next level, an instructor will first give him or her a test to evaluate if they have achieved mastery at their current set of skills.
Managers and instructors will provide consultation and communicate with parents regarding their children’s learning progress on a regular basis.