Our mission is to provide quality teaching and coaching for students in preparation for educational challenges by imparting effective learning strategies and life skills. Most importantly, we strive to make learning fun!

Our students will not only be well-prepared to face examinations and tests in schools, but will do so by picking up skills and techniques that will carry them forward in life…and enjoy learning at the same time.

Director / Principal Trainer

Leroy Lam Wai Mun


Leroy has been teaching for almost 20 years in schools like Rosyth, Taonan (Gifted Education Program), Konghwa and Macpherson Primary. He was also a Lead Trainer and curriculum designer for LiteracyPlus and Monsters Under the Bed, He specializes in English Composition / Continuous Writing, as well as English Paper 2, having spent most of his teaching career with upper primary students taking the PSLE. He has also had extensive experience at PSLE Composition Marking exercises.


Leroy has exhibited his best practices at the MOE Excel Fest and has also won the Ministry of Education’s Innergy Award while he was in Macpherson Primary, for Gamifying education.


Leroy is also a writer. He has published a short story compilation entitled Saga, which can be purchased in local bookstores. He was also first place in a short story competition organized in Singapore by online publishing firm Notion Press 

Leroy has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and History from NUS (National University of Singapore), and a PGDE (Post Graduate Diploma in Education) from NIE (National Institute of Education).

Career in Education in Singapore Schools
1999 – Rosyth Primary
2000 – 2001 – Taonan Primary (GEP)
2002 – 2005 – Konghwa Primary
2006 – 2008 – Nanyang Polytechnic / Singapore Polytechnic
2009 – 2015 – Macpherson Primary
Professional Career
Curriculum Developer / Trainer with LiteracyPlus Pte Ltd
Adjunct Lecturer School of Business Nanyang Polytechnic and Singapore Polytechnic
Curriculum Developer / Principal Trainer with Monsters Under the Bed Pte Ltd

Curriculum Writer

Agnes Lam

Our Chalkboard EL Curriculum is co-designed by Mrs. Agnes Lam. She has been in the teaching industry for more than 3 decades and was the English HOD for several Primary schools, including Ang Mo Kio Primary and Anderson Primary. Currently, as a Project Officer for MOE, she does curriculum development and advising primary schools on their examination papers and reading/writing programmes. She is also the writer for several assessment books including the very popular Primary 5 and 6 English Mastering Comprehension Visual Text & Cloze (Published by LearnAsia – The Primary A* Series)


Career in Education in Singapore Schools


HOD English – Aroozoo Primary

HOD English – Ang Mo Kio Primary

MOE STELLAR writer and trainer


Curriculum Writer / Trainer

Foo Ee June

Educational Philosophy

I believe that every child has the potential to excel and shine. I ensure my students have a nurturing, comfortable and conducive learning environment every time they attend my class. Students today juggle various commitments that compete for their attention and time. I believe that every child should be taught a variety of academic skills and techniques that would maximise their learning. Besides studying hard, every student should STUDY SMART, and LEARN MORE. We strive to make every minute count during the lesson, so that classroom time is gainfully spent.

As an English Language teacher, my forte lies in my ability to enthuse my students in a subject that is generally considered “dry”. Moreover, I find that my training as a GEP teacher has equipped me with a repertoire of pedagogical techniques to teach students of varying abilities and temperaments, from primary to the college levels. My genuine interest in interacting with youths, coupled with my sensitivity towards students’ learning styles, helps me design and conduct lessons that can stimulate their interest. For example, I may conduct vocabulary or grammar lessons through interactive word games, group discussions or even music. I also try to engage my students in focused discussions using relevant videos, honing their speaking and listening skills at the same time. I believe English Language and the Humanities have to be taught in context and not just through mundane drills and practices. As such, I pivot my lessons around a range of themes that touch on various social, political and cultural issues of the day. Using these themes as backdrops I then launch into the teaching of grammar, vocabulary, comprehension and essay-writing skills. Through these approaches, I hope to teach in a manner that is both relevant and interesting to a young person, where academic skills are not learnt in isolation. At the same time, through the critical analysis of current affairs, I hope to engage our youths in a discourse that would inculcate in them proper values, greater social awareness, and civic consciousness.

I impart to my students not just academic knowledge but life lessons and values that I have gleaned through my life experiences. It is my hope that every child that I am privileged to meet and teach, is inspired and enriched, blessed and prospered, in all ways.

Yours in Education,

Ms. Foo Ee June

Academic Qualifications
1988-1991: Methodist Girls’ School
 Raffles Junior College
 BA (Merit), National University of Singapore
 MA Southeast Asian Studies (Distinction), University of Hull, United Kingdom
 BA (2nd Upper Honours), National University of Singapore
 Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Credit), Nanyang Technological University, Spore
 MA Contemporary China, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


Career in Education in Singapore Schools

2001-2003: Seng Kang Secondary School
2004:            Victoria School (Gifted Education Programme)
2005:            Anglo-Chinese School Independent (Gifted Education Programme)
2006:            Meridian Junior College
2012-2013: Pioneer Junior College (Contract-Adjunct Teacher)


Professional Career

Senior Research Analyst, Ministry of Defence
Adjunct Lecturer, School of Communications, Arts & Social Science, Singapore Polytechnic
Part-Time Tutor, Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore
Secondary English Writer and Teacher-Presenter, SuperStar Teacher programme