Maths Center

Welcome to Endless Joy (E.J) Maths Center!

We are looking forward to your child joining the Endless Joy (E.J) Maths Centre. We want you to know that they will be nurtured and well cared for. Our dedicated staff strive to ensure that your children feel happy in their environment and feel part of the Centre community. We are sure that parents will want to know more about the E.J department and how they can support their child’s transition. Please take the time to read the information provided and, should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The staff strive to provide an inspiring, stimulating and exciting environment where everyone feels valued, safe and well cared for. We want children to have fun and enjoy success in all aspects of their education and this is helped with all classrooms leading directly onto the playground.
Class Allocation

The Endless Joy EJ Maths Centre is made up of learners aged 04–17 with a maximum class size of 10. A maximum of 10 children attending each session. Each teaching room has a Smart Board and access to a set of Computer and TV.
A maximum of 10 children attending each session via Zoom.
We try to ensure equal allocation of the following in classes:
• number of pupils
• number of children that need learning support
We recognize:
• That every child is a competent learner from birth who can be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured.
• The importance of positive relationships – children learn to be strong and independent from a base of loving and secure relationships with parents and/or a key person.
• That the environment plays a key role in supporting and extending children’s development and learning.
• That children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates and all areas of Learning and Development are equally important and inter-connected.
Teaching and Learning
The specific areas of learning are:
• Academics
• Singapore Academics
• Olympiads
Part of our job as Centre practitioners is to observe the children at various times and record these observations.
Through our observations of the children interacting and at play we can discover many things.
• Personal interests/dislikes
• Level of knowledge/ability
• Social skills and much more…
Our observations help us to plan the next steps to provide for the needs of each child and also help us to assess how each child is learning and their developmental levels.
If your child is unwell then they must stay at home. If symptoms include vomiting or diarrhea they must stay at home for 24 hours after they were last ill.
A child who has had a fever (temperature above 37.5) must be free of the fever without medication for 24 hours before returning to Centre.
Absence Procedure
Absence due to illness:
Call or email the Receptionists.
Absence due to holiday or family events:
Complete a ‘Leave of Absence Form’.
You can always find the form office.
Your Contact Information Keeping up-to-date

Please ensure that the Centre has your most recent contact information. If you move house, please ensure that you have provided details of your new address.