Bursary Awards

The Shichida Method™ cares for the growth and the development of each and every one of our students. Throughout the years, we have actively refined our system of rewards to acknowledgement the various milestones of achievement made according to our
in-house challenges formulated to assess the six abilities. Many children have been encouraged by these rewards and are driven to achieve greater success. This, in turn, contributed to the boosting of morale of their parents, establishing even greater belief and support for our programme.

Even some of our outstanding students who have been successfully motivated and left our programme after an extensive period of learning, have submitted records of their school performances to us. Their accomplishments across a diverse range of academic and non-academic areas continue to reinforce the effectiveness of our advanced methods of brain development. Diligent practices in our techniques coupled by love and parental involvement have led to fruitful and stress-free learning in school. For this, our organization had launched Bursary Awards for our primary school students as a definitive gesture of goodwill and celebration of their foundation years with The Shichida Method™. It is also an empowering reminder of the excellent qualities that have been instilled in them which would continue to spur them to greater heights.

For this, our organization had launched Bursary Awards for our primary school students as a definitive gesture of goodwill and celebration of their foundation years with The Shichida Method™. It is also an empowering reminder of the excellent qualities that have been instilled in them which would continue to spur them to greater heights.

As we consistently receive updates of our current and past students’ achievements, our organization continues to motivate them and share with them the core values, beliefs and attitudes of Prof Shichida that make this possible. These include the virtues of patience, love and trust in each and every child’s abilities.

According to the six points to view children, each child excels in different areas of The Shichida Method™; and their successes are a direct result of faith, determination and persistence shown through parental involvement. Parents are taught by our organization effective communication strategies with their child in order to evolve their parenting and child-rearing approaches. This effort is reported by many parents to have had significant and positive impact on the socio-behavioural responses of their children. Therefore, improvement from within the core results in a holistic and comprehensive development in all aspects, not only in the areas of learning but also in character growth as well. Each year, an estimated thirty thousand Singapore dollars were given out for deserving students.

Victoria Tan
(Age 11, started at age 1)

1st in class. Mental Sums Challenge (Top 10% in class). Edusave Cert Of Academic Achievement (Top 25% in academic performance and good conduct in school). Credit in Science (Top 28%), Distinction in English (Top 2%) and Mathematics (Top 3%) in UNSW International Competitions. Swimsafer Stage 1 Achievement Award. Participated in Yamaha Piano Competition (Sep 2013). Performed in Yamaha Junior Original Concert (Mar 2013 & Jun 2013), Yamaha NJAC Repertoire Concert (Nov 2013). ABRSM Grade 6 Theory (Mar 2013). ABRSM Grade 6 Piano Practical (Jul 2013) with Distinction. ABRSM Grade 8 Theory (Oct 2013). Yamaha Electone Grade 7B (Dec 2013). Completed NAFA Children Art (Level Intermediate I). Edusave Character Award. Class Monitor. Team Leader in Class.

R C Chia
(Age 10, started at age 1.5)

Distinction in ABRSM violin Grade 3 exam. Certificate for 1km Breaststroke Swimming Test. Outstanding performance award, Math competition. Soccer Silver Award. Appeared in Mediacorp's OKTO TV programme (Zoom Zim Zam). Performed violin at Esplanade concert hall, Esplanade Recital Hall, Singapore Conference Hall, The Arts House (The Old Parliament), Baby Singapore 2013 by People's Association. Performed Yangqin at Singapore conference Hall, Teck Ghee CC, Bishan ­ AMK Park appeared on Channel 8 news. Edusave Award.

Gabriel Yap
(Age 10, started at age 1.5)

Best achievement award in class. 1st prize winner in Lower Primary Maths Competition. Attained a Distinction in ABRSM Grade 3 Piano exam. Attained a Pass with merit in ABRSM Grade 3 music theory exam. Received Edusave Cert of Academic Achievement. Award achievement cert in swimming (25m). Best in Chinese Language for Primary 2 in 2013. 2nd in level for Primary 2 in 2013. Top in class for Primary 2 in 2013. Best in Mathematics for Primary 2 in 2013.

Elizabeth Tan
(Age 12,started at age 1)

2nd in class. Mental Sums Challenge (Top 10% in class). Edusave Cert Of Academic Achievement (Top 25% in academic performance and good conduct in school). Participation in English (Top 37%), Distinction in Mathematics (Top 2%) and Science (Top 3%) in UNSW International Competitions. Certificate of Achievement for completing P4 Badminton Enrichment Programme. Silver Award for NAPFA Test. Participated in Yamaha Piano Competition (Sep 2013), National Piano Competition (Dec 2013), Yamaha Electone Festival (SIngapore) Grand Prix Award (Jun 2013), Asia Pacific Electone Festival (Thailand) (Sep 2013), Junior Electone Festival (Japan) (Nov 2013). Performed in Yamaha Junior Original Concert (Mar 2013), Singapore Junior Original Concert (Aug 2013), Octoburst! Piano Project Performance (Oct 2013), NAFA School Of Young Talents Concert (Nov 2013). Yamaha Electone Grade 6B (Highest student grade) with Distinction (June 2013). Completed NAFA Children Art (Level Intermediate II). School Trainee Prefect. Team Leader in class.

YN Kwek
(Age 10, started at age 1.5)

Top 25% for Academic Performance in level, course and good conduct in school. Distinction in The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts ­ LAMDA Introductory Award. 3rd Prize Winner for grade 10 category in the 6th CMA Mental Arithmetic National Competition. Achieved overall score of 94.3 in the Holistic Development Assessment. Achieved the Edusave Cert of Academic Achievement. Received the good character award.

Ethan Lau
(Age 10, started at age 2)

Top 25% in terms of academic performance in the level & course (Edusave certificate of academic achievement). Obtained 95.7% in overall for Primary 2 (2013). UNSW International Competitions and assessments for school (Certificate of Distinction in Mathematics). Best in Mathematics (Tao Nan School) for Primary 2. Edusave Character Award 2013. Primary 2 Junior Leader (Tao Nan School). Star pupil of Tao Nan School. Yamaha Grade 9 with Distinction. ABRSM Grade 2 piano with Distinction. Swimsafer Gold Award. TKD Grade 3 (Pass).

YK Tan
(Age 11, started at age 1)

3rd in class. Second place in musical instrument making competition (work displayed at The National Library). Attained a Passed grade in ABRSM Grade 2 Piano. Cert of Distinction for LAMDA (The London Academy of Music & Drama Art). Received a bronze award in swimming, water safety and survival skill test.

Hann Leong
(Age 11, started at age 2)

Attained junior black belt in 2013. Participated in chess competitions. Appointed Health Education representative. Edusave Certificate of Academic Achievement 2013. Model Pupil Award Semester 2 (2013 Anglo Chinese School(Primary)). Commendation Award in chess.

Adrian Ong
(Age 11, started at age 2)

Achieve overall of 296/300 (98.7%). Received a Certificate Of Recognition for Diligence. 1st in School Chinese Story Telling Contest. Attained Distinction in ABRSM Grade 3 Violin. First in Chinese Story Telling Competition. Received an A grade in NAFA School of Young Talent (Junior Music Department).

Tan Letisya
(Age 13, started at age 1)

Top in class/ Top in Pri 2 cohort/ Merit Award Academic Achievement Selected for Gifted Education Programme (GEP) 2012. Merit Award for Academic Achievements 2011. 2nd position in class­Primary 3. Represented school in National Infocomm Club Awards.

Xavier Cheong
(Age 11, started at age 1)

Achieve Good Results in school (2nd in class). 2nd Runner Up in Honshin Golf Leo Stars Match 2011 Tournament Trophy. Good Results in Chinese (34/35), Maths (50/50) & English (48/50). An ICT Cyber Wellness Embassador in school.

Tiffany Tan
(Age 9, started at age 1)

Awarded top 10% of the Primary 1 cohort in school. Chairperson (Monitress) of the class. Cadet Prefect. Came in 1st for school Sports Day team game.

Sarvesh Senthilkumar
(Age 11, started at age 7)

4th position in class for the year 2011. 2nd runner-up in Problemsum.com. 2nd position for Tamil Language Competition 2011-Singing. 1st Runner-up for Games Day 2011-Primary 1.

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