Our emphasis is on holistic education – learning. The curriculum is designed by highly experienced teachers and focuses on pedagogy. Our unwavering attention to detail and focus on quality education is reflected in the curriculum design..
We believe that the foundation of learning is, good curriculum, proper instructions, and timely feedback. The three pillars, namely
the student, teacher, and parental support, stand on this solid foundation. A constant focus on the model delivers a successful outcome,
and authentic learning happens.
The outcomes are astounding, as seen by an NRICH Learning student's increased confidence, skill set, and enjoyment due to their
Yes, we do have special courses for gifted and talented students. Unlike the conventional school/classroom setting,
we don’t bind the student to their school year level (though all our courses are designed in a way that we teach our
students a level higher than the standard grade level).
The answer is yes, we do. Our course material and training prepare the child to crack these exams easily.
We also run special classes to prepare the child for the NAPLAN, ICAS and other tests.
Yes, we have special courses starting at year 5 to prepare the child for the selective school tests.
The course material has been designed in line with the needs of the exams and provides the much-needed
practice to prepare the child for the exam.
We also conduct workshops during the term breaks for students interested in gaining strength or brushing up
on specialised topics such as Creative/Persuasive Writing, Verbal Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning, etc.
Many schools like to interview the child before they offer a highly contested scholarship placement.
These interviews could be conducted by the school principal or by a panel of teachers. The questions can
vary from general awareness, critical thinking, or analytical techniques. The questions rarely test the
academic excellence of the child.
Two specialised 1-hour sessions have been designed to help prepare children for this important stage.
We have assisted multiple children in preparing and boosting their confidence level before they appear
for the interviews. Our team prepares the child with techniques to appear confident in facing these interviews.
The enrolment process is a simple three (3) step process.
Yes, we do. Please enquire with the centre manager about the cost of the 1:1 tutoring option for your child.
We do offer some of our classes (typically higher grades, VCE) online.
Based on the Government's health advice, we have conducted online tutoring lessons during the pandemic. Please enquire with the centre manager for details.
We understand the importance of small group size in our courses. Our group size is no more than seven students per teacher.
Children indeed respond to different subjects and lessons in different ways. Some people are natural writers,
while others excel in math. However, emphasising learning differences obscures the fundamental similarities in how human minds operate.
Our brains categorise information. This truth is incorporated into our successful teaching methods, which assist even the youngest
minds to recognise vital parallels between various objects. Our teachers congratulate our students on their accomplishments as they
learn to detect patterns and apply ideas independently.
We do provide homework to students. We expect the child to complete the assigned work before the next class and hand over
the completed assignment to the teacher. The teachers mark the completed work (if submitted in time) and provide feedback.
We don’t expect the parents to help the child with the homework but request them to remind the child to complete and submit
the assignment in time. Late submissions are not assessed/marked.
Our courses are designed in a way that there are ten classes during a school Term. We conduct an exam in the last class.
All students are required to sit the exam. All exams are marked, and feedback provided to parents.
The feedback provided is an essential component and is very valuable. It shows the areas where the
child needs more practice and the areas of strength.
We look for well-educated teachers, who know their subjects inside and out and have a natural affinity for youngsters.
We make sure that our teachers use our tried-and-true teaching methods in the classroom. Teachers assist pupils in developing
their innate ability to recognise essential commonalities among seemingly disparate items in all subjects. Teachers congratulate
pupils on their abilities to do tasks correctly and independently.
We endeavour to employ highly qualified and registered teachers. We also employ skilled student tutors.
Sometimes we also need to replace teachers with substitutes in case of an unavoidable absence (like sickness etc.) of the regular teacher.
All our courses are aligned with the Australian Curriculum. Reading, composition, math, and logic are
all highlighted in our classes. We promote individual and independent thinking and teach traditional
Australian history and values. Learn more about our courses and curriculum details here.
The parents are provided regular feedback on their child’s progress through the Parent portal on our CRM platform.
The teacher’s remarks are available for the parents to review.
The end of term exam report is also provided to the parents. The parents can also approach the centre manager for any
specific concern about the child’s education/classes.